We continue to see dirt cheap Android phones emerge all the time which indicate at a strong demand for such devices in India. The latest name added to the list of cheapest Android kitkat phones is Sunstrike Rage Swift which will compete against phones like Celkon A35K.
Chanpreet Singh, managing director, Sunstrike, said, “Rage Swift has all the trendy features, and it runs on KitKat, the latest Android version, & yet we have kept our product very affordable for everyone. This is our gift to all the brothers and sisters who will celebrate this pious festival. We are quite optimistic that Swift will receive a tremendous response from customers.”
Specifications include Dual SIM support as well as a 3.5 Inch display with 960 x 540 pixel qHD resolution, which shoots the ppi count to 315 PPI, which definitely sounds too good to be true in this price range.
The company hasn’t revealed details of chipset used, but we can expect a dual core or single core CPU aided by 256 MB RAM, which raises the question of how the humble chipset will manage these added pixels.
The smartphone also features 1.3 MP rear camera and a VGA front shooter to mark video calling as an option. LED flash is also present along with. 3G is not an option and understandably so. All hardware is powered by a 1600 mAh battery
Sunstrike Rage Swift attempts to do things differently but Android doesn’t work that well in entry level phones. Nokia Asha series devices with Whatsapp and other social media support are worth considering.
|Model||Sunstrike Rage Swift|
|Display||3.5 Inch , qHD, 315 PPI|
|Camera||1.3 MP/ VGA|