Banglalink, in partnership with Symphony, have finally unveiled the much-awaited Android One device, Symphony Roar A50.
On December 22nd, Google announced that the Android One devices would be arriving in Bangladesh, Nepal and Sri Lanka. For those who still have confusion on what Android One is, here’s a recap: It is in short a platform where OEMs are not allowed to tinker the software so that Google can provide the optimum user experience at a dirt cheap price thus expanding Android to even more people. The devices are bare bones in terms of specs and design but are built to provide a high quality experience.
Pre-booking of the device have already started and if you want to bag one, head to Banglalink, where all the necessary details are provided before you purchase it.
The device would be available for retail by the middle of January 2015. For the future owners of the device, they will be receiving an 8GB Memory card, 1GB 3G Data free for the first month for OS updates and downloading apps and 300MB 3G Data for the next 5 months.
Here’s a roundup of the specs of the device:
||Dual GSM 850/900/1800/1900 MHz
WCDMA 900/2100 MHz
||Cortex A7 Quad Core 1.3 GHz
||4.5” FWVGA IPS (480 x 854)
||5 Point Capacitive Touchscreen
||2MP+5MP Auto Focus with Flash Light
||3G/HSDPA/EDGE/WiFi 802.11 b.g.n/GPS
||3.5 mm jack
||Google Chrome, Calculator, Calendar, Compass, Clock, Media Player, FM Radio, Maps, Video & Audio recorder, Email, PlayStore
||Runs an up-to-date version of Android and automatically gets new releases up to 2 years
||Engineered to give faster, smoother, more responsive experience
||Built in Google Maps, YouTube and Google Play plus millions more available
The price of Symphony Roar A50 with all these amazing features? Only BDT 8,700. (approximately $111)
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