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Celkon A107 With 5 Inch Display and Dual Core Processor and Price Near Rs. 9000 INR

Most Indian manufacturers seem to be in an aggressive mood when it comes to marketing. We recently saw three consecutive phones from Xolo, and now we have another release from Celkon – not long ago, Celkon had released the A119Q Signature HD, a quad core phone. Speaking of the new release, the A107 Signature is a mid-range device from their Signature series. This release widens Celkon’s Signature series even more, and gives buyers a bit more to choose from, in terms of budget and specifications.




To speak of the specifications this device carries, there’s nothing unique about it, but at the same time the overall package does not seem very outdated. The phone has a 5 inch display just like the A119 and the A119 HD, and a dual core processor from Mediatek, the MT6577. The processor would be clocked at 1GHz, so expect decent performance, nothing over the top. Coupled with the 1GHz dual core processor would be 512MB of RAM, so heavy multitasking on the phone will not be very much possible, but otherwise the phone should do fine. When the cameras are concerned, the device will sport an impress 8 megapixel rear camera, and a VGA front camera for video calling. We expect the device to come bundled with Android 4.1.

Looking at overall specs, one would expect the device to be priced in the 9-11,000 INR bracket. Celkon would like to increase their visibility in the market, and for this they might give the device a price tag closer to the 9,000 INR mark – which would probably make the A107 an instant hit. The A107 is also known as the Signature One, and it should be available to buyers by the 18th of this month.

The device will be facing a lot of competition from the likes of Micromax A110 Canvas 2, iBall Andi 5L, Byond B67, etc. We will have to wait and see how the device fares in this competitive market.


Abhishek Bhatnagar

Abhishek Bhatnagar, a known technology blogger & YouTuber from India. A Software Engineer by qualification, now he works as the editor-In-Chief, Webmaster, & Managing Director at Gadgets To Use. He runs a number of other technology websites as well.