Generally with regards to smartphone picture spills, it is the top of the line ie flagships got in a glimmer. A couple of days prior however, Celkon’s new Win 400 was spied surprisingly on Gizbot uncovering its white or black color shades.
In case that Celkon does not ring a chime, the company is yet an alternate new white-mark, low cost smartphone creator mainstream in India and other developing markets. Back in June, the company approached with an affirmation for supporting Windows Phone, hot on the heels of individual opponent Micromax and Cherry Mobile.
Thus, what is in supposedly in the Win 400? Incidentally, not a Snapdragon 400 chipset.
Celkon Win 400 expected specifications
- 4-inch display
- 1.2 GHz quad core Qualcomm Snapdragon 200 MSM8212
- 5MP rear camera with a LED flash and a 0.3 MP front-facing camera
- White or black color variants
- Accessible only by means of online retailer Snapdeal at a cost of around Rs 7,000 ($115 USD)
These affordable, white-label phones are treat cutter right now with the regular specs and valuing that we now see from companies like BLU and Micromax.
For sure, large portions of the phones you see in this reach are 100% truly the same e.g. Archos 40 and BLU Win Jr, or Cherry Mobile’s new phone versus the NGM Harley Davidson Windows Phone.
Celkon’s Win 400 ought to be a pleasant option to some other budget plan device buyers now accessible or impending soon in India, and maybe the business will be overwhelmed with these in the not excessively far off future.