Teewe creator CREO has introduced its first ever flagship smartphone, dubbed as Mark 1, with its own operating system (OS) couple of weeks ago. Now, the company has announced the availability of the device, which is on April 13th. The company has 70 engineers, designers and makers working on the smartphone.
Moreover, the company got funding amount around $3 million earlier this year. As per the report, this device comes with a blend of metal and glass. Further, to keep the mobile new and updated, the company will be delivering a breakthrough feature every month.
However, on the specification front, this device comes packed with a 5.2-inch display (1920x1080p), powered by a MediaTek Helio X10 (MT6795) SoC along with PowerVR G6200 GPU under the hood. Additionally, it comes packed with 3GB RAM, 32GB ROM, 21MP rear camera, 8MP front camera and shipped with Android 5.1.1 Lollipop out of the box.
According to the official, the smartphone will be a mid-ranger, which will carry price tag less than Rs. 25,000. Today, we have jotted down top 5 interesting facts about the CREO Mark 1 smartphone and its making. Let's have a look at below slider:
Major update every single month!
CREO Mark 1 Fact #1
The Ambitious goal of CREO is to release regular monthly updates to its Android users to keep the device more like a new device every month.
More focussed on software!
CREO Mark 1 Fact #2
As of now, CREO's software-centric approach is supported by a Sequoia India, Beenext Ventures, and India Quotient, which participated in Creo's first funding round.
What CREO strives for!
CREO Mark 1 Fact #3
According to the company, Mark 1 is in the way to enhance its caller experience, security, app performance and cellular data management.
Features will be based on feedbacks
CREO Mark 1 Fact #4
Similar to Xiaomi and Cyanogen, CREO is also developing a skin on top of Android. The feature updates will be based on suggestions and feedback that we get from our community.
New feature everymonth! Exciting?
CREO Mark 1 Fact #5
The company has pledged to deliver features that aren't present on any other Android phone, along with monthly feature updates.