Bangalore-based Namotel Company has launched Namotel Acche Din pricing it at just Rs 99 and claims that it is the cheapest smartphone in the world.
Zee Media Bureau
New Delhi: Move aside Freedom 251 – Namotel Acche Din is now officially the world's cheapest android smartphone at just Rs 99.
As per reports, Bangalore-based Namotel Company has launched Namotel Acche Din pricing it at just Rs 99 and claims that it is the cheapest smartphone in the world.
Noida-based Ringing Bells had earlier launched the Freedom 251, claiming it to be the world's cheapest smartphone at Rs 251. However, Namotel Acche Din smartphone beats it with a price tag of just Rs 99.
As per reports, the Namotel Acche Din smartphones features a 4-inch display and runs on Android 5.1 Lollipop.
It is powered by 1.3GHz quadcore processor along with 1 GB RAM and suppots dual SIM too.
Other features include a 4GB internal storage, 3G connectivity, 2MP rear and a VGA front camera. It has a 1325 mAh battery.
Registration for the same has begun on the company's website www.namotel.com and will be open till May 27.
However, the website did not open when ZEE BUSINESS tried accessing it.