A couple of months ago, India launched world’s cheapest smartphones freedom 251 and later Docoss X1. Now another mobile Namotel Acache Din replaced former smartphones and won the title of world’s cheapest smartphone. The Namotel Acache Din was up for pre-orders, as per promoter Madhava Reddy, will end today.
Although, there are plenty of gossip and qualms about the actuality of the smartphone, its industry model and delivery, however some customers won’t mind trying their fortune for using world’s cheapest smartphone.
As for specification concern is, the Namotel Acache Din will pack a 4 inch HD display and it is powered by Quad Core Processor. The 3GB enabled smartphone will own 1GB of RAM and 4GB internal storage. In the photography section, there will be a 2MP primary camera and a 3MP front facing camera with basic features. The Dual SIM supported device will be wrapped in a plastic body. The smartphone will run Android 5.0 lollipop and 1325 mAh battery keeps the handset on.
During the announcement of the device, the mobile maker elucidated the modes of online device booking. Interested customers were expected to register on the bemybanker.com website through which they would get a user ID and password to book the mobile on namotel.com website. Then the customers will have to submit their ID card as a proof and pay Rs. 199 for one time which sounds quite unconvinced. For now bookings are closed, the Acache Din smartphone is priced at INR Rs.99 and it will be available through cash on delivery.