tech2 News StaffJul 07, 2016 15:06:04 IST
After plenty of controversy, the maker of Freedom 251 smartphone is back with a bang. The smartphone maker launched 6 new mobile devices at an event held in New Delhi and also introduced an HD LED TV as well. Additionally the company also gave out some information regarding the roll out of its first smartphone, the Freedom 251.
Out of the six new mobile phones, four of them would be feature phones going by the names King, Boss, Raja and Hit. The smartphones have been christened Elegant and Elegance. The King, Boss and Raja are priced at Rs 899, Rs 999 and Rs 1,099 respectively. As for the tiny Hit, it's priced at Rs 699.
Four of the feature phones pack in a 2.4-inch TFT display, a 2MP rear camera, and also come with 32GB of expandable memory. The King comes with a 1,800mAh battery unit, while the Boss has a 2,000mAh battery.
The hardware specifications of the Raja are similar to that of the King, except that it sports a larger 2.8-inch TFT display. The Hit features a smaller 1.8-inch, a 2MP rear camera and a 1,250mAh battery.
Coming to the smartphones, we have the Elegant which is a 3G enabled smartphone while the Elegance is its 4G enabled sibling. The Elegant is priced at Rs 3,999 and features a 5-inch HD IPS display, 1GB DDR3 RAM and quad-core processor clocked at 1.3GHz. There is an 8MP camera on the back while a 3.2MP camera on the front takes care of selfies.
The Elegant is powered by a 2,500mAh battery. The hardware on the Elegant is almost similar with the addition of 4G bands (with VoLTE) and a larger 2800mAh battery.
Coming to the 31.5-inch LED TV called Freedom 9900 as you may have guessed it's priced at Rs 9,900. The company has yet to share details regarding availability of the mobile phones, but said that the TV would arrive by 15 August.
At the event, Ringing Bells also denied the reports that there have been complaints that those who booked Freedom 251, have not been refunded with their money.
"We have no complaint. Our Terms For FREEDOM251 are cash on delivery, therefore there can be no such complaint. For the first 29200 units booked online on 18/2/2016, a sum of RS. 84 lakhs ( including courier charges) was received by the payment gateway M/s CC Avenue prior to the server crash and all these funds have been refunded by the gateway itself. No funds were received by Ringing Bells. M/s CC Avenue Payment gateway has confirmed on 29/3/16 that all payments have been refunded to the respective customers. Post rectification and servers coming back online, only Customer Registrations were introduced and customers clearly advised that post confirmation of their orders , the Terms will be COD(cash on delivery). Therefore cash will be paid by customers only on delivery and therefore no room for any confusion or any advance," clarifies Mr Goel.
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