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S6s will be available across India in colour variants of Mocha Gold and Latte Gold, at a price of 17,999 INR.
More troubles have cropped up for the Noida-based startup Ringing Bells, after feature phone brand Advantage Computers (Adcom) on Friday threatened legal action against Ringing Bells for passing on Adcom handsets as theirs…
After all the controversies with Freedom 251, new smartphone Mango or mPhone’s makers from Kerala are now in trouble. The promoters of Mango Phone which was supposed to be the new ‘iphone killer’ got arrested on the day of its launch at Kochi for allegedly duping the Kalamassery branch of Bank of Baroda.
With all the serious ongoing speculations about the cheapest smartphone Freedom 251, the makers Ringing Bells have announced that cash on delivery option will be provided to the customers. To ensure the buyers, the company has decided that the customers will have to pay only after receiving the device.
The G5 comes with a new design, a sleek, metal uni-body featuring a slide-out Battery tray and a Modular Type design. The smartphone is built with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 Processor and has an internal memory of 4GB and expandable upto 2TB. LG is also introducing a smartphone ecosystem — the LG Playground.
Ringing Bells has now made a new statement saying that the company will not be taking the payment from the payment gateway facilitator PayUBiz, until it gives proof of delivery. Ringing Bells has stopped taking bookings and claims to have received orders worth Rs 1.75 crores for the smartphone.
PewResearch Centre’s study shows in India 9% of those with lower education levels are online, as compared with 38% who have higher education levels. 11% with lower income own a smartphone and access Internet compared to 28% with higher incomes. Also, 17% women and 27% men use smartphone and access internet.
Ringing Bells- makers of the world’s cheapest smartphone Freedom 251- has come under the scanner of excise and income tax departments. I-T Department is probing the financial structure of the company and has obtained documents, including those from the Registrar of Companies.
Ringing Bells has claimed to have received 30,000 confirmed orders and over 6 lakh hits per second on its website on the first day. The handsets have a logo of Adcom which is covered by a whitener. The Indian national flag is painted on the back panel and the painting has been peeling off even before usage.
Well no, its not. The site takes you till you add the product in the cart and then returns to the main page. With the shipping charges, the total price of the phone comes to Rs 291 and not Rs 251. And the delivery of the handset will be received only after four months.
The 3G smartphone will come with a 4-inch display, 1.3GHz quad-core processor, 1GB RAM, 8GB internal storage (expandable up to 32GB), 3.2-megapixel back camera, 0.3-megapixel front camera, and a 1450mAh battery. Bookings for the Freedom 251smartphone open on February 18 at 6am and close on 21 February at 8pm.
LeEco’s Le 1s received 55,000 orders within 9 seconds for its third flash sale which ended today. The company claims that it received 220,000 orders in 31 seconds and 20,28,000 registrations across the 3 flash sales. At Rs 10,999, Le 1s has a full metal unibody, a fingerprint scanner and a 5.5″ FHD display.
Local handset manufacturer, Ringing Bells is set to launch a a phone called the Freedom 251 that will be priced at only Rs 500. The Noida based company was launched last year and has already launched an LTE-enabled handset that retails for Rs 2,999. The specifications of the smartphone, has not been disclosed.