Celkon Brings Out an Ultra Cheap Windows Smartphone
Following the footsteps of XOLO and Micromax, Celkon has also jumped onto the Windows bandwagon. Celkon Mobiles, in partnership with Qualcomm and Microsoft today launched its first ever Windows OS phone called the Win 400. The device will be up for grabs for Rs.4979 and does pack some good specs given the price range.
Commenting on the launch, Mr. Y Guru Chairman and MD – Celkon Mobiles, said “We are happy to announce our association with Microsoft and Qualcomm, a new milestone for Celkon. We have many more exciting offerings lined up in the coming year as well which will stand true to our proposition of being innovative and yet, affordable.”
The Celkon Win 400 has dual-SIM capability and runs Windows 8.1 OS. It has a 4-inch WVGA display and is powered by a Qualcomm snapdragon quad-core chipset clocked at 1.2Ghz bundled with 512MB RAM. In terms of memory, the phone offers 4GB in-built memory expandable upto 32GB via sdCard Slot. Optics on the device feature a 5 MP Rear Camera AF coupled with a Flash along, while on the front we have a 1.3MP selfie cam. Connectivity options on the Win 400 include support for 3G, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi along with GPS support. The device packs a pretty decent 1500mAh battery. Check out the key specs in the table below.
Celkon Win 400
|Display||4” (10.16cm) Screen with WVGA Display|
|Processor||Qualcomm Snapdragon 200
processor with 1.2 GHz Quad core CPU
|Storage||4 GB + microSD upto 32 GB|
|Camera||5 Mp Rear Camera AF with Flash Light
1.3 Mp Front Camera
|Operating System||Windows Phone 8.1|
The phone will be available in White and Black color variants across all retail stores and e-commerce websites in India. The Win 400 from Celkon is apparently the cheapest Windows phone ever produced.