Finally Ringing Bells Freedom 251 Features Review Deliveries Delayed Will Now Start :- Finally, our wait comes to an end and here is the Freedom 251 guys TADA. Noida-based Ringing Bells is all set to launch the world’s low-cost smartphone Freedom 251 on July 7. As you may know, the handset hit the headlines earlier this year due to its contentious price tag of Rs 251, which majority of us found hard to believe. More of us thought that something would be fraudulent about this. But guys here is the answer for all the questions.
As we are just a week away from the delivery of the phone so here are the specifications of the phone.
Here is all about the performance and specifications of the phone Freedom 251:-
The phone has cheap iPhone 5-like design. The Freedom 251 now has a textured plastic back cover, comes in White and Black colour alternative, has a distinctive arrangement of the rear camera, and highlights three navigation keys alike to what we notice on a typical Android handset.
The back panel is detachable. It is compact, offers an ease grip, is clearly thinner but of nearly the same height as its ideal model. The micro-USB charging port and headphone jack, placed on top, while the power button and the volume buttons set on the right and left side respectively. Above the display, you got a speaker and a front-facing camera for selfies.
The speaker too has shifted from the bottom to the lower rear back. It is as powerful as any of the well functioning Android handsets out there. The “Freedom 251” branding can be observed just above the speaker grille.
The Freedom 251 features a 4-inch qHD screen with 960×540 pixel resolution, which gives a rather powerful pixel density. Since it is a Rs 251 smartphone, users would rarely take into reckoning the screen viewing angles. Bezels around the display are broader than most Android handsets.
The Freedom 251 is powered by an undefined 1.3GHz quad-core processor, battered with 1GB RAM, which is considerable given that there are handsets fetching more than Rs 251 and has a lower 512MB RAM.
The smartphone includes some useful pre-installed applications . The units we received also had preloaded apps missing. The Android 5.1 Lollipop-based Freedom 251 runs near-stock OS and even has an audio customization section, which is unexpectable.
The smartphone has 8GB inbuilt storage, which can be extended via a microSD card of up to 32GB. As for connectivity, it would support Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, as well as 3G connectivity on both the SIM cards. Yes, it has dual sim service.
The 3.2MP rear camera has a nice user interface. Since it’s a 4-inch display, the camera menu appears disordered. The captured images under false light were just about ordinary. There’s a 0.3MP front-facing camera as well for selfies.
Supported by a 1450mAh battery, the Freedom 251 is presumed to work for a day since it has no substantial- duty applications to run or push out a number of display pixels. However, this is just a prediction.
Stay tuned for our full review, share your views in the comment section.