Hey Users, if you can’t get “Freedom 251”, don’t be unhappy! Here is another chance to buy the world’s cheapest Android smartphone for you.
Bengaluru-based Company Namotel has launched “Namotel Acche Din” at a press conference held in Bengaluru on Tuesday. The smartphone will be the India’s cheapest smartphone ever. The smartphone will be available for RS.99 only!
According to Company’s promoter Mr.Madhava Reddy, who has claimed at the press conference that the smartphone will be available for booking holding from 17 th May to 25 th May on the company’s official website called as namotel.com. Booking dates can be extended as per demand.
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OS: Android 5.1 Lollipop
Display: 4inch 480 x 800 pixels display
Processor: 1.3 GHz quad-core processor
Memory: 1GB RAM, Internal Storage 4GB, Expandable up to 32GB with a micro SD card slot
Camera: Rear Camera 2MP, Front Camera: VGA Selfie Camera
SIM: Dual SIM
The smartphone can purchase by Online. Users can purchase this on a cash-on- delivery basis too.However, the company will be levied nominal delivery charges on this option. The actual price of the smartphone has shown on the company’s website as RS.2, 999. But they have reduced its pricing, that’s why it will get for RS.99 Only.
How to buy this smartphone?
1. First, go to www.bemybanker.com and sign-up on the site. To do this, users have to pay a one- time lifetime membership fee as RS.199.
2. Use the user-id and password from that site to log on namotel.com. Now you can buy this smartphone.
There is the message displayed on the company’s website which says, Joy and freedom represents the logo! The same joy will flourish in billion Indians in the form of smart Connect with (3 different looks and shapes) Android Smart powerful Phone at 99. We make this product to show love for India it is a “MAKE IN INDIA” Initiative. This model is limited and it is applicable only for India and who holds Aadhar Identity.
Also, the website is stating a note on their display that,”Pictures shown on website is for illustration purposes only”.
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