SHARE




Remember the huge waves in the world of technology and gadgets created when India was going to launch the world’s cheapest tablet Aakash? And now India is going to launch a smartphone today that will cost just INR 251 i.e $3.7

Freedom 251, as the name suggests, will cost the user just INR 251 and it is launched by domestic handset maker Ringing Bells. Though it is being advertised as the cheapest smartphone in India, at just $4 it should be the cheapest smartphone in the world.

Freedom 251, World's Cheapest Android Smartphone, launched at $3.7 - How to Book One

So far not much information is available yet regarding the device but considering the price, it is supposed to be an entry-level, low-end Android smartphone running on the Android 5.1 Lollipop OS. The screen size is just 4-inch and dis play used is IPS with Qhd screen resolution.

List of all highlighted features and hardware specs of Ringing Bells Freedom 251 are given below.

Freedom 251 : Full Hardware Specs and Features


- 4-inch (10.2 cms) qHD IPS Display

- 3.2 MP Auto-focus Primary Camera

- 0.3MP Front Camera

- 3G Capability

- 1.3 GHz Quad-core Processor

- 1 GB of RAM

- 8 GB Internal Memory, Expandable up to 32 GB using the microSD Card

- Android 5.1 Lollipop OS

- 1450 mAh Battery

How to Book and Buy the Freedom 251 - World's Cheapest Android Smartphone


Freedom 251 will be available from its official website via pre-booking only. If you are interested, the method to book a Freedom 251 smartphone is given below.

1. Go to www.Freedom251.com

2. As shown in the above pic, you will find a green button on Homepage showing the information regarding the booking schedule.

3. That link is not active currently and will start working from 6AM on 18th February, 2016 Indian Standard Time.

4. Once the link is active, click on it and complete the booking process.

The booking will be starting tomorrow 18th February at 6 AM and will end at 6 PM on 21st February. The delivery will be done by 30th June, 2016.

Freedom 251 comes with 1 year of warranty and more than 450 service centers across India.

Post a Comment Disqus

 
Top