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Zen Ultraphone 502 with 4.5 Inch qHD display and 8 MP camera at Rs. 7,299

Zen has been teasing its upcoming Ultraphone on facebook for a few weeks now with is “Amazing Launch” campaign and meanwhile another phone in the Ultraphone series, Zen Ultraphone 502, which is a successor of Ultraphone 501 has been made available on online retailer snapdeal for a price of Rs. 7,299.


This phone sports a 4.5 Inch display with qHD 960 x 540 pixel resolution similar to phone like Xolo Q700 and Xolo Q800. This gives you a pixel density of 244 ppi which constitutes a fine clarity above average display considering the price range.

The phone is powered by a humble 1 GHz Dual core processor which is not pretty impressive especially as it has to handle a qHD display. The ROM capacity is standard 4 GB and can be extended to 32 GB using the microSD card. The RAM capacity is standard 512 MB

This smartphone comes with an 8 MP primary camera with LED flash. A secondary camera of 1.3 MP is also present in this device. This phone also supports Dual SIM functionality and runs on Android 4.2 Jelly bean operating system.

The battery capacity is 1700 mAh which is again pretty good considering what others are offering at this price range. Zen has not yet specified how much talk time you will be able to squeeze out of this smartphone. Connectivity features include 3G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and aGPS.

This phone comes with above average specifications on paper considering what we have seen in recent budget Android devices. The phone also looks attractive in the pictures. This will be a good phone if you only want to use your smartphone for basic usage like browsing the web and social networking sites. This phone will compete against phones like Micromax Canvas Fun A74 and Spice Smart Flo Pace 3.

Key Specs

Model Zen Ultraphone 502
Display 4.5 inches qHD
Processor 1 GHz Dual Core
RAM 512 MB
Internal Storage 4 GB
OS Android v4.2.2
Cameras 8MP rear, 1.3 front
Battery 1700 mAh
Price 7,299 INR

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