A day before, we reported some concerns about India’s cheapest Android smartphone Freedom 251 and why it seems like more of a ‘Publicity Stunt’. We reached out to Ringing Bells with some of your FAQ’s (frequently asked questions) and company’s President Ashok Chaddha has replied to many of them in an email statement. Continue reading “Over 60 million Freedom 251 registrations in 2 days, Company denies ‘Scam’ again and answers FAQ’s”
This week was all about cheapest Android smartphone launched in India for Rs. 251. Ringing Bells – a Noida-based company – launched the Freedom 251 and the world went crazy. The company doesn’t have any history in making smartphones and anything else. All we know about the Ringing Bells is that it launched a very cheap 4G smartphone earlier this month, Smart 101 at Rs. 2,999.
Just to clarify in advance, we are not passing any judgement about the phone and whether it’s scam or not. What we are referring to is that it seems more of a ‘Publicity Stunt’ and nothing else. Continue reading “Freedom 251 is definitely a great buy, but we smell something else here!”
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Ringing Bells has launched the Freedom 251, as it had promised. This becomes the cheapest smartphone in India. The company launched India’s cheapest 4G smartphone, Smart 101 at Rs. 2,999 recently. It has a 4-inch qHD display, is powered by 1.3GHz quad-core processor, has 1GB of RAM, comes with 3G connectivity and runs on Android 5.1 (Lollipop). It has a 3.2-megapixel rear camera with LED flash and a VGA front-facing camera.