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Q mobile M6 – The power you need

I fell in love with Pakistan’s biggest smartphone brand Q mobile ever since I got my hands on the NoirZ12 (reviewed earlier) and then moved on to the then best, Q mobile NoirZ14. Still using the later one and no complaints what so ever. If there’s anything that a smartphone and social media enthusiast craves for in Android smartphones, it has to be a long lasting battery and no one is understanding this need better than Q mobile. 

The new addition to Q mobile smartphones family is a power packed M6 Android smartphone which is equipped with the most powerful battery. With 5000mAh battery this phone is going to be a must have. How I wanted to get rid of carrying that bulky power bank everywhere. 

At the biggest bridal fashion week of Pakistan- Q mobile Bridal Couture Week 2017, the most stylish Pakistani smartphone brand Q mobile displayed Q mobile M6 for a first hand user experience. From celebrities to common people everyone was discussing the power of M6. Fashion captured through the lens of M6 looks even better. 

The smart finger print sensor makes it even more desirable. QMobile knows the pulse of smartphone users and with such advanced features their smartphones are going to be the super power in your hands.

Look at the specifications of Q mobile M6. Hard to beat price (M6 has been launched for Rs 29,500) with such powerful battery. I am so willing to get it now. 

Q Mobile M6 Specifications:

  • CPU: 2.0GHz Octa-Core Cortex-A53
  • Chipset: Mediatek Helio P10
  • OS: Android 6.0 MarshmallowSupported 
  • Networks: 2G, 3G, 4G LTE; Dual-SIM
  • Display: 5.5” Super AMOLED with 1080p (1920 x 1080) resolution
  • Memory:RAM: 4 GB
  • Internal: 64 GB
  • Card slot: yes
  • Camera:
  • Primary:13 MP, f/2.0, face detection autofocus,
  • Secondary: 8 MP, screen flash, beauty mode
  • Fingerprint scanner
  • Connectivity: Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n, hotspot, Bluetooth, GPS, Infrared blaster, USB OTG
  • Battery: 5,000 mAh with fast charging support (comes with 18W Turbo Charger)

Are you the one underestimating a Pakistani smartphone brand so far? Take my words, you’ll not be disappointed with the power of Q mobile Noir series as I have personally used it for over an year now and so looking forward to get my hands on the power of M6. 


#FPW15- The Winter Festive Fashion Show

This year Fashion Pakistan week had a fabulous designer line-up for its Fall/winter edition, titled as #FPW15 Winter Festive. Three days of fashion extravaganza with huge expectations ended up in being more bridal then festive but the good thing is that it happens.

With the names like maestro Umar Sayeed and Nilofer Shahid, #FPW15 has got many eyes rolling. There were hits, misses and surprises but overall it was a packed show with lots of retail worthy clothes.

For viewers at home, Fashion Pakistan had a flawless live stream that works like a charm this year. Loved the multiple camera live coverage, at least far better than those glaring lights of the ramp which were making it almost impossible to snap. The media partners were Urdu1 for the first time and they did a great job. Social media was a buzz during the show with hashtags #FPW15 #WinterFestive and #Urdu1 trending in Pakistan.

Trends: Thank thy lords of fashion for bringing back shalwars, flared pants and medium length shirts. Velvet is the fabric and purple is definitely the color of the season. Bling is IN too. FPW needs a whole dedicated day for menswear. WE NEED IT.

Here is a trip down memory lane of FPW15  from all the three days. Who was your favorite?

FPW15 Day 1:

Shehla Chatoor’s All the raj collection was a dream start. Luxury, Festive and Wintry.

AFH collection had many misses than hits.

Hisham Malik needs to concentrate. Too much going on but potential seen.

Tena Durrani presented a bit boring but definitely retail worthy collection for masses.

Toni and Guy’s Hair scout was all about messy hairs but Imran Abass killed that walk while Sania Maskatiya’s capsule collection was so good. Gulabo wasn’t impressive though.

Sana Safinaz Finale was all about velvet and colors. I find it repetitive and boring to be honest. Jackets were stunning though.

FPW15 Day2:

Day2 opens with much-anticipated collection by Wardha Saleem, Zargul has lots of festive outfits that were leaning towards bridal. I like the outfit that Zeb Bangash wore.


Maheen Karim’s Tempo di Festa was more like cat woman disco deewanay. Been there, done that, seen it.

Obaid Shiekh had more misses than hits but I manage to find these few good ones.

FnkAsia presented neither funky nor fun collection. What I have seen before was way better than this one.

Nida Azwer’s collection was way too embellished that one can even bear seeing. It was overdone.

Elan had the coolest collection of Day 2 with lots of hits. Loved these designs.

Deepak Perwani’s finale closes day 2 of FPW15. Not much to like there.

FPW15 Day3:

Umar Sayeed opens day 3 of FPW15 with a bang. Mahira Khan, Sheharyar Munawar and adeel Hussyn, the cast of upcoming Lollywood movie Ho Mann Jahaan walks the ramp in elegantly designed clothes. The color pallet was soft, intricate embroidery and such elegant cuts makes UMar Sayeed’s collection a hit. Loved most of the pieces.

Zaheer Abbas shows his class once again. Loved the clothes with minimal embroidery the most.

Delphi by Nida tapal was over the top. As much as I love Crochet, I can’t love the collection.

Zainab Chottani presented bridal galore. Clothes that makes you feel the weight.

Faraz Manan’s collection had few misses but the clothes were crafted elegantly. Less is more sometimes though.

Nauman Arfeen’s collection was impressive to say the least. From turbans to velvet coats and soft colors I likes most bits of it. That Gun on the ramp was unnecessary.

Nilofer Shahid’s Rembrandt was a befitting finale. Never seen a couture show as impressive as this one on the ramp of FPW before. Pictures won’t do justice to the grandeur of this collection, period.





Designer line-up for #FPW15

Lights, camera, fashion. Yes! It is that time of the year because Fashion Pakistan week’s Autumn/winter edition is just a few days away. This year it’s not only going to be festive ( doesn’t mean bridal, hai na?) but there’ll be amazing fashion to suave us all.

I am a FPW enthusiast probably because it’s the first ever fashion that I’ve been to, years back and for the reason that it is not about over-the-top and glorified bridal wear.




This year #FPW15 is going to be even grand. Just look at the designer line-up. Ain’t it’s exciting? From maestros like Nilofer Shahid, Umar Sayeed to glam queens shehla, mahin to grandeur of Sana Safinaz, Elan to perfection of Deepak Perwani, Faraz Manan……. One can go on and on. It is an amazing diesgner line up for all the days of #FPW15.

Here’s to amazing fashion and a great fashion week ahead. Can’t wait for #FPW15 Winter Festive fashion.