Chinese smartphone maker Comio has sold 20,000 devices within two weeks of entering the Indian market

Comio's three smartphones - P1, S1 and C1 - went on sale through retail stores in north India and online platforms, starting September 5.

Chinese smartphone maker Comio, which entered the Indian smartphone market last month, on Friday said it has sold 20,000 handsets in two weeks.

Comio's three smartphones - P1, S1 and C1 - went on sale through retail stores in north India and online platforms, starting September 5.

Image credit: Comio

Image credit: Comio

"We are delighted to have received an overwhelming response for our smartphones in such a short span of time. This has encouraged us to keep moving towards our aim of becoming leaders in the mid-segment category," said Sanjay Kumar Kalirona, CEO and Director, ComioO India, in a statement.

Meanwhile, 65,000 devices have been handed to distributors, the company claimed.

COMIO S1 sports a metal unibody design with 5.2-inch HD IPS display and a fingerprint sensor. It also features a 13MP rear camera, 8MP selfie shooter and 2,700mAh battery.

P1 smartphone has a massive 5,000mAh battery and comes in a metal body with a dual-SIM phone offering, 5.5-inch HD IPS display screen, fingerprint sensor. It features a 13MP rear camera and 8MP selfie shooter with screen flash.

COMIO C1 sports a metal frame and 5-inch HD IPS display. It features 8MP rear camera with 5MP front shooter.

All the three smartphones run on a Quad-core 64 bit Mediatek chipset, with 32GB internal memory and are 4G VoLTE enabled.





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