Freedom 251, the $4( Rs.251) smartphone named the cheapest smartphone in the world and also a controversial topic till it starts reaching to customers. The smartphone became a hot topic in just a few hours after its announcement and the company which is producing this smartphone also came into limelight. Ringing Bells Pvt Ltd, which is a Noida-based firm is behind this smartphone and aims to bring a cheap and affordable smartphone to every part of India, playing their part in the Digital India Initiative. It seems their next project is to bring the cheapest HD LED TV to India households.
Cheapest HD LED TV By Ringing Bells Pvt Ltd
The company is now looking forward to bring a 32-inch HD LED TV which will be priced around Rs.10,000. It will also be named as Freedom. You may not have to wait for it long either, Ringing Bells says that the sales for the high-definition TVs will begin from July. They will be delivered in just 2 days from order. Similar to Freedom 251, the TV will only be sold online to avoid offline costs like transportation to shops. The company already has 2 lakh pieces in stock. No images and specifications have been revealed yet.
Freedom 251‘s prototypes sent to the various news channel and tech critics turned out to be Adcom’s device with the logo blacked out and hidden. However, that did not stop people from at least booking the device as Rs.251 doesn’t seem to matter much and the company is offering cash on delivery as well which is actually very assuring.
Freedom 251 is a pretty decent device on paper with features like 4-inch screen, 8GB of storage with expandable memory up to 32GB, 1.3GHz quad-core processor, Android 5.1, 3.2-megapixel rear camera and a 0.3 megapixel VGA camera. It also has a dual-SIM capability.
It will come in White and Black colour variants. The Black colour variant has not been seen yet. Freedom 251 was announced in February and the company now promises to deliver 25 lakh devices from July 30.