The Videocon Ultra50 is launched in India today. Well, it is good sign as we have not seen Videocon to launch a lot of smartphones lately. The smartphone company was once popular, but soon it lost it’s charm. Anyway, the Videocon Ultra50 is a good smartphone. Price of this phone is under Rs. 10,000. So, consumers who are looking for a smartphone under this price range they can go ahead and check out this phone too.
Videocon Ultra50 Specs:
The Videocon Ultra50 is coming with a Curved Bezel design and it also supports a big screen. The actual screen specs are not shared with us, but we will try to update you soon. The smartphone is coming with dual Whatsapp feature. The handset is supporting an 18-months long warranty. The 15-day replacement warranty is there too, which are higher than similar offers from other companies.
The smartphone is also coming with the 5-Megapixel front facing camera. It supports LED flash as well. The Videocon Ultra50 is also coming with a front facing fingerprint sensor which allows you the forget the hassles of remembering the passcode.
Commenting on the launch of the new smartphone, Mr. Vineet Mahajan, Product Business Head, Videocon Smartphone has said that Videocon Mobiles is committed to continue innovations which are inspired by the in-depth understanding of the smartphone users. With the new Ultra50 smartphone, we strive to focus on high-on-style devices and take Smartphone experience to a new level of satisfaction.”
The Videocon Ultra50 is a 4G LTE device. It finally supports all the connectivity features like Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, microUSB port and a 3.5mm headphone jack as well. So, the phone runs on Android 6.0 Marshmallow supported by 1.3GHz Quad-Core Processor that has a 64-bit configuration to multitask better and faster on 4G. The device comes with 3GB DDR3 RAM and 32GB expandable internal storage backed by 3000mAh battery for a seamless and power packed multitasking experience.
The Videocon Ultra50 price is Rs. 8990. This new device will be available on Offline and online platforms from first week of November, 2016.