Offering fresh slices of Gingerbread, the all new iBall Andi 3e and Andi 4d smartphones have landed in India. Extending the company’s Andi series, the dual SIM devices tag along budget-friendly price labels, making them apt for the low-range market.
The Andi 3e is said to proffer something described as ‘breathing light’ which starts glowing in order to alert users to incoming calls and messages or while they listen to music. The front panel is draped with a 3.2-inch LCD touchscreen, while the handset deploys a front-facing snapper for video conferencing.
Drenched in a distinct wine hue, the iBall phone gets its fuel from a 650MHz processor. Connectivity options like Wi-Fi, GPRS and Bluetooth have been thrown into the package. Integrated with a GPS system, it is equipped with a 3.2MP rear snapper. Apart from the internal memory, there’s a slot for a 16GB microSD card. This device is apparently being advertised as the ‘superhero’ of phones, given its decent set of features.
The Andi 4d shows off hardware components like a 4-inch display and a 1GHz processor. Carrying some weight on the specifications sheet is the inclusion of a 5MP snapper. Both the iBall phones render 3G capability to make for a fast web browsing experience. Additionally, a proximity sensor, a G-sensor and a light sensor have been included within the devices.
The iBall Andi 3e and Andi 4d India price details read at Rs. 6,990 and Rs. 9,490, correspondingly. They can now be picked up from retail outlets in the country.