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India based iBall has been trying their best to come up with the new devices and compete against the other domestic manufacturers' handsets. Now the company has launched their latest handset called Andi5-M8 in their popular Andi series. The device comes at the price of Rs. 8,999. Additionally the manufacturer has also attached 1 year warranty with the device. However, as of now, the device is not up for sale.
Going by the specs, the new iBall Andi5-M8 comes packed with a 5 inch display which offers a FWVGA resolution of 854x480 pixels.
Powering the device is a dual core Cortex A7 Advanced Processor tuned to 1.3 GHz coupled with 512MB RAM . The device runs on Android Jelly Bean v4.2.2 OS.
You can take a pictures and record a video with a 8MP rear Camera which comes along with autofocus and LED flash . While the video calling and selfies can be taken from a front facing VGA snapper.
There is a series of connectivity options that can be found in the device like 3G HSPA+ (downlink 21Mbps, uplink 5.76Mbps ), EDGE / GPRS, GSM: 900/1800/850/1900 MHz, WCDMA: 2100MHz , WI-FI 802.11 b/g/n , GPS, Wi-Fi hotspot , Bluetooth and USB as well. Apart from these, like every other new devices that are coming in the Indian market, it also features a Dual SIM Dual Standby option.
The device houses 4GB internal storage of which only 2GB is user accessible. However, it can be expanded up to 32GB external using a Micro SD card.
The device draws its energy from a 1850mAh Battery.
The company also recently launched the other handset called the Andi5-E7. Although, the company's popularity might not match with that of Micromax or Karbonn at the moment but it does have some incredible devices in its portfolio. The company's Andy line up has been leaving quite an impression in the Indians so far. Perhaps, to compete against this new device from the company, handsets from Micromax, Karbonn, Intex, Xolo and Lava could surely be taken into account.