Advanced Technology

Equipped with state-of-the-art technology, including a built-in 5M camera with auto-focus and a high-speed 58mm thermal printer with 50mm-per-second output.


Intuitive Display

The 5.5 in. color LCD touchscreen offers a vivid view of the user-friendly navigation system to enhance the overall customer experience.


Multiple Payment Options

Accept various payment methods including magstripe cards, EMV chip cards, and contactless payments, including digital wallets like Apple Pay and Google Pay.

Introducing the Dejavoo QD2, a powerful payment terminal with a host of advanced features. Enjoy seamless transactions with its user-friendly interface, built-in EMV and NFC technologies, and digital wallet compatibility. Better yet, stay connected with WiFi or mobile network options. With its compact design and robust functionality, the Dejavoo QD2 is the ideal solution for efficient and secure payment processing on the go.

Dejavoo QD2 Terminal Technical Specification

Operating System

Secure Android


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1GBRAM and 8GBFlash


7.4 in x 3.4 in. x 2.7 in.


0.92 lbs.


WIFI, Bluetooth, 3G/4G

Contactless / NFC


Power Source

Rechargeable Battery



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Frequently Asked Questions

To set up a Dejavoo QD2 mobile Android terminal, follow these steps:

  1. Start by unboxing the Dejavoo QD2 terminal and ensuring that all the necessary components (including the terminal, battery, charger, and SIM card) are included.
  1. Locate the SIM card slot on the terminal and insert the provided SIM card into the designated slot. Ensure that it is securely inserted.
  1. Connect the charger to the terminal’s charging port and plug the other end into an electrical outlet. Allow the terminal to charge fully before proceeding to the next step.
  1. Press and hold the power button until the terminal powers on, at which point the Android operating system will initialize.
  1. From the terminal’s home screen, navigate to the Settings menu and select either the WiFi or Mobile option. Follow the prompts to connect the terminal to a WiFi network or enable mobile data using the SIM card.
  1. Once the terminal is connected to a network, navigate to the Settings menu to configure various terminal settings, including language selection, date and time, receipt options, and connection preferences.
  1. Check for any available software updates for the Dejavoo QD2 Android terminal. If updates are available, download and install them to ensure that you have the latest features and security patches.
  1. Depending on your payment processor, you may need to establish a connection between the terminal and your processor. Enter the required configuration details, such as merchant ID and API credentials, to set up the connection.
  1. After successfully connecting the terminal to your payment processor, perform a few test transactions to ensure that payments are processed accurately. This step helps verify the functionality of the terminal and confirms its integration with your chosen payment processing system.

Please Note: The above steps provide a general guideline for setting up the Dejavoo QD2 terminal. It’s essential to refer to the specific instructions provided in the user manual or setup guide that comes with your terminal for detailed and accurate instructions, as the exact steps may vary slightly based on the device’s firmware version or any specific requirements from your payment processor.

The Dejavoo QD2 is designed to accept a wide range of credit card types, including major card brands Visa, Mastercard, American Express, and Discover. It also supports debit cards, EMV chip cards, contactless payments, and digital wallets.

The default password for the Dejavoo QD2 is typically provided in the product documentation or by the supplier. To change the password, navigate to the settings menu on the terminal, select the security options, and follow the prompts to set a new password.

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