Here we have a smartphone in the range of 5000 INR which has been recently launched by Fly. This smartphone as can be inferred from its price is not a high-end Android smartphone but worth the value of the money. Fly has not launched any of the flagship device here in India, it seems that they are going slow with the cheap devices in India, which have relatively higher demand than the expensive devices which take considerable amount of time to be sold. Now, let us talk about the specifications of this smartphone in detail.


The phone has been named as Fly F40+, which has got the 4 Inches of display and that too with WVGA resolution (480 x 800 pixels). As per my opinion this screen size is smaller and the same goes with the resolution, not only this but the primary camera spec is also very low which is 3.0 MP not at this price range when compared with its Chinese contenders then customers will definitely look for the smartphone with the primary camera as 5.0 MP or above and display size more than 4.0 Inches.

Now as we can see that the resolution of the display is low so it will not use much battery so I suppose 1400 mAh will be decent but it will be able to provide you with the talk time of 7.5 hours on 2G, reason being the processor used here is very less powerful which is Single Core Processor clocked at 1 GHz and the RAM accompanying this is 512 MB. The internal memory storage capacity of this device is 512 MB which can be extended up to 32GB with the help of external storage media.

The Operating System used on this phone is Gingerbread which is really obsolete now when smartphones are planning to be ready for Android 4.3. But all this are coming at the price of 5000 INR, which is pretty low. I cannot say that this phone is a no-no, but you will have certain slightly better options when compared with his device which are Micromax Ninja A72, Samsung Galaxy Star and more. As of now we cannot locate this device on any of the online retailer.

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