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Indian company Ringing Bells to launch cheapest smartphone 'Freedom 251' at Rs 500
Ringing Bells, a Noida based smart-phone manufacturing company is going to launch India's most affordable smart-phone which would be priced under Rs. 500. The android smart-phone, named as 'Freedom 251' will be launched on February 17 by Defence Minister, Manohar Parrikkar.

According to the media invite sent by the company, the launch is in line with Narendra Modi's vision of empowering India. "The Ringing Bells 'Freedom 251' launch is in line with Prime Minister Narendra Modi's vision for empowering India to the last person, transforming India's growth story," says the launch event invite.

Established in 2015, Ringing Bells had already launched one of India's cheapest 4G smartphone 'Smart 101' at Rs 2,999, recently. It has also launched two other phones in the market 'Master' and '4u'. 'Freedom 251' will be the fourth model by the company.

The company has a complete in-house product testing set-up in India. It recently got an amazing accolades for its cheapest 4G smart phone. Now they have similar hopes for their next release. Some of the amazing features of the new phone would be:

  • Pattern lock with face detection

  • 2800mAh battery for longer battery life

  • 8MP primary cam

  • 3.2MP front cam

  • USB dongle support

At present the cheapest smart-phone available in the market is for Rs 1500. Last year a company has announced that it is teaming up with Anil Ambani-owned Reliance Communications (RCOM) to launch the most affordable smart-phone for just Rs 999, but the phone is yet to hit the market. But before that, Ringing Bells came up with 'Freedom 251'.

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