CloudFone Thrill 530qx Review–5.3” Quad-Core With Huge 4,500mAh Battery For P10k

CloudFone Thrill 530qx Review–5.3” Quad-Core With Huge 4,500mAh Battery For P10k
November 25 23:37 2013 Print This Article



Cloudfone is at it again. Following the success of their Thrill 430x’s large 4160mAh battery, they’ve introduced a new, larger battery into a nice 5.3” phablet – the Thrill 530qx. With a 1.2Ghz Quad-Core processor, 12MP Camera, and Dual-SIM functionalities, the new longevity king is here and we’re lucky enough to have tried one out in our review. The verdict? You’ll find out in our video below!



CloudFone Thrill 530qx – PHP 9,999

  • 1.2Ghz Quad-Core MediaTek MT6589
  • 5.3" 960×540 IPS Soda-Lime Display
  • Android 4.2 Jelly Bean
  • 12MP Camera + LED Flash, 5MP Front
  • 1GB RAM, 4GB ROM, MicroSD
  • 4,500mAh Battery
  • Included USB OTG


The Cloudfone Thrill 530qx Gets 3.5 out of 5 Stars!



  • Absolutely no battery problems
  • Unique design & look, isn’t too big
  • Notification LED
  • Great camera quality, Dual LED flash
  • Performance is on par with Quad-Core competition
  • Large IPS screen
  • USB OTG capability (can charge other devices too), and cable included


  • Slightly pricier than competition
  • Slightly thicker and heavier
  • Default app storage location cannot be set to external memory


The Cloudfone Thrill 530qx is undoubtedly the longest lasting Android device we’ve ever tried – and that’s probably the reason consumers are interested in this phablet in the first place. While it delivers that promise and then some, hardcore gamers might find the storage issue a deterrent. Rooting is still a solution to get that flexibility, so its not the end of the world. Ultimately, anybody who’s finding their phone batteries drained way before they find themselves calling it a day will want a Thrill 530qx.


UPDATE: Cloudfone is offering an update to the 530qx which might fix the SD install issue.



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