The Celkon Campus A35K has been outed in India and it takes the crown of the cheapest KitKat phone ever, with a price tag of just Rs 2999 attached to it. Place this beside the Rs 6999 at which Flipkart offers the Moto E and see how that looks, though of course, we wouldn’t go around comparing the Celkon handset to the Motorola one.
Shaded in the colors midnight blue and black, the Celkon Campus A35K is your average looking device with average specs to boot. It runs on a 1GHz processor (single or dual core) which is most likely to be from MediaTek considering the cost, and a measly 256MB of RAM. We’re thinking shady performance here even if you argue that KitKat is built to work on phones with low RAM too.
The Campus A35K handset has a 3.5-inch IPS LCD screen pasted across its front and a VGA camera for allowing video calls, above it. Complementing the lens is a 3.2MP main camera on the flip side. Because 512MB of ROM is going to fall short of your storage needs, there’s an embedded microSD card slot supporting up to 32GB of extra space. Basically, this Celkon smartphone has just the OS it comes with as it boasting point.
Celkon Campus A35K specifications run-through:
– Android KitKat 4.4.2 OS
– 3.5-inch 320 x 480p IPS display
– 1GHz processor
– 256MB of RAM
– 512MB internal storage
– 32GB microSD card support
– 3.2MP main camera, VGA webcam
– 1400mAh Li-ion battery
– Wi-Fi, 3G video calling support
– 119 x 63 x 10.7 millimeters
– 102 grams
If you’re keen on buying the phone, follow this link to Snapdeal who will be its exclusive retailer.
This post has been updated to reflect that Snapdeal will be the exclusive seller of the Celkon Campus A35K.