‘World’s low-cost smartphone’ to be launched in India
The manufacturer will be providing a 1-year warranty with the handset and claims to set up more than 650 service centers across India.
Defence Minister Manohar Parrikkar will launch the Freedom 251 smartphone this evening. For clicking photos, the device is enabled with 3.2MP rear camera and 0.3MP front camera for selfies.
The launch of Freedom 251 is also supporting Indian government’s aims of linking every Indian and enrich their lives and also to bring local and worldwide companies to manufacture in India.
Company president Ashok Kumar Chadha said the Android smartphone would have pre-installed apps that tie into Modi initiatives such as “Make in India” and “Clean India”.
Ringing Bells, an Indian smartphone firm established in 2015 is already among the quickest growing smartphone brands in the country.
Formerly, the organization has found the most affordable 4G smartphone for Rs.2,999.
For now, the Freedom 251 is just available only in India.
And there’s an extensive variety of really affordable smartphones out there, mainly from Chinese manufacturers, offering smartphones from as little as GBP14.
And if you are wondering what is packed in the Freedom 251, it is 4-inch screen comes with dHD IPS show of a pixel resolution of 960 x 540.
At 251 rupees – that is about $3.74 – the Freedom 251 is billed as the world’s most low-cost smartphone.
A shipping charge of Rs. 40 is being charged by the business and claims the smartphone will soon be delivered on 30th June from the date of booking.
It, nevertheless, didn’t reveal the way it’d managed to keep the pricing low or details about the production. Unbelievable it might seem, but the most low-cost smartphone in the world offers dual SIM and supports WiFi and Blue Tooth connectivity, 3G, according to “The Times of India.”