Thursday 18 February 2016

Freedom 251: World Cheapest Smartphone

There’s a lineup of awesome upcoming smartphones like the Galaxy S7 but if you’re not ready to pay hundreds of dollars just to get a smartphone, perhaps this smartphone from India will interest you.
We’ve seen some dirt cheap smartphones straight out of China but the cheapest Android smartphone in the world isn’t a Chinese phone, it’s actually made in India.
Freedom 251 packs specifications worthy of a $100 phone and all these for just 251 rupees. That’s about $3.6 given the current exchange rate which translates to about #1000. Freedom 251 has 4-inch IPS LCD screen with a qHD resolution (960×540). It is powered by a 1.3GHz quad-core processor and there’s a 1GB RAM to work with. The phone comes with a 8GB internal storage but this is expandable up to 32GB via a microSD card slot.
There’s a 3.2MP rear camera with auto focus and there’s also a 0.3MP camera at the front. Freedom 251 has a removable battery with a capacity of 1450mAh. It runs Android 5.1 Lollipop and comes with a 1 year warranty.
Unfortunately, this device won’t make it past the shores of India. You have to be an Indian or someone living in India to get it. The phone is way too cheap and there are speculations that the Indian government probably subsidized the phone to make technology accessible to everyone.
This phone is made by a company called Ringing Bells and it seems to be formed just a few months ago.

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