A new Celkon Campus Nova A352E has landed with a promotional price of Rs 1999, nearly three weeks after a certain other offering from Jivi claimed the crown of the cheapest Android phone in the whole of India. Since what you pay for is what you get, the smartphone comes without any bells and whistles of course, and is remarkably similar to the Campus One A354C which was unveiled only recently.
The Campus Nova A352E handset will do absolutely nothing for you if you’ve been using Android smartphones for long considering that it has very basic features. It should however serve as a backup option or a smartphone for those who have yet to be introduced to the world of connected devices. This is evident from its unimpressive specs that range from a single core chip and even count in 2G network support.
The Celkon phone is question sports a very regular-looking exterior and runs on Android Jelly Bean. It’s got a 3.5-inch capacitive display of 320 x 480p resolution nailed to its front. You’ll have to make do with just 256MB RAM here and 512MB of internal memory. The storage can be expanded by another 32GB owing to the embedded microSD card slot, and a 2MP camera with flash is present on the handset’s rear.
Celkon Campus Nova A352E key specs at glance:
– Android v4.2 Jelly Bean OS
– 3.5-inch 480 x 320 pixels capacitive screen
– 1GHz RDA8810M single core processor
– 256MB RAM, 512MB ROM, 32GB expandability
– Dual SIM with dual standby support
– 2MP rear camera w/ LED flash
– 115 x 62 x 10.7 millimeters, 106 grams
– 2G, WiFi, Bluetooth connectivity
– 1400mAh battery
Follow this link to Snapdeal, in case you’re interested in laying your paws on the Celkon Campus Nova A352E. The reduced price attached to the smartphone is part of a limited time offer, with the device actually costing Rs 2810.