India introduces the world’s cheapest Smartphone Acche Din
BANGALORE: The Indian company has introduced the world’s cheapest Smartphone that cost is just 99 Indian Rupees and its booking and registration will continue until May 25th. The Company has named this Smartphone ‘Namotel Acche Din’.
This device was developed by a local company of Bangalore that’s online booking has been started. According to the spokesman of the company, its booking will continue from May 17th to 25th and its pre-orders can be also made.
The buyers will have to go before another website where they will get username and password then add the username and password to the company’s website you can get the lifetime membership in only 199 Indian Rupees.
This Acche Din Smartphone display is 4 inch which resolution is 800 × 480. It’s operating system of Android ‘Lollipop 5.1’. It has 1 GB ram include 4 GB internal storage that can be increased 32 GB through MicroSD card. It has 1 VGA selfie camera on its front even 2 MP camera on its back. 2 SIMs can be inserted in it. These Acche Din Smartphones are available in 3 different models and colours.
According to the company, earlier to it, Acche Din cost was 2,999 Indian Rupees that has been reduced now its cost is just 99 Indian Rupees.