Worlds Cheapest Smartphone Namotel Acche Din at Just Rs 99
The recent media sensation dubbed as worlds cheapest smartphone Freedom 251 is yet to land in the hands of people who ordered it. Now, another new company named “Namotel” announced Worlds cheapest smartphone “Acche Din” powered by Android at just Rs. 99. This Bengaluru based company advertised about the phone and they cleverly used the famous words in India right now, Namo and Acche din to grab the attention of the people. The deal sounds super sweet but you should know the strings attached to it. Read further before you decide to book it.
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Here is the look of the phone displaying on their website. Note that they mentioned the picture shown is for representational purposes only.
The phone is initially prices at Rs 2999 and later got a surprising price cut to Rs. 99. And the company is also giving cash on delivery with nominal delivery charges.
Specification of Namotel Acche Din
The Acche Din comes with a 4-inch WVGA display and sports a 2 Megapixel main camera along with a VGA front facing camera. The smartphone is powered by an unnamed Quad-core processor clocked at 1.3Ghz. This worlds cheapest smartphone comes surprisingly with 1GB of RAM along with 4GB of Internal storage which is expandable up to 32GB via a MicroSD card. The world cheapest smartphone will comes with a cheap plastic build all over in white and black color options and with a 1325 mAh of battery. The phone supports 3G and Dual-SIM functionality.
The Namotel’s Acche Din, the worlds cheapest smartphone is available to pre-order starting from May 17th to 25th on namotel.com. The buying process for this phone is little confusing, as it has some strings attached in the process. You have to register on BeMyBanker.com and get user id and password to book this phone. Additionally, user has to pay one time life-time membership fee of Rs. 199 even though we are not clear what that membership with get us. This is where we have to think again whether to go ahead of booking. Whether it is fraud or not, we have to wait and see.