iBall Baby Panther: First 4.5-inch Octa-core Smartphone Launched at Rs 7,599

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Mumbai based handset maker iBall, is back in the spotlight once again , and this time it announces to release its mid-segment smartphones. Codename iBall 'Baby Panther', it is the first octa-core smartphone in India which is available for Rs. 7,599.

iBall Baby Panther:  First 4.5-inch Octa-core Smartphone Launched

The Baby Panther comes with an IPS display giving a brighter and crisp image to its users. . The phone sports a 4.5-inch qHD IPS display with a resolution of 960 x 540 pixels translates 220ppi with capacitive touch screen.

iball Baby Panther smartphone is clocked with a 1.4 GHz octa-core cortex A7 processor alongside 1GB of RAM which allows the user to perform intensive task efficiently. It comes with 8 GB internal storage with expansion upto 32GB via microSD slot, runs on Android 4.4 KitKat OS(upgradable to Lollipop) and fueled with 1700mAh battery

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Commenting on the launch, Mr. Sandeep Parasrampuria, Director, iBall said, "We are pleased to announce the new addition ‘Baby Panther' - to the Andi Panther series. It is compact with superior technological performance at a low price point. Baby Panther is not only stylish but also the first 4.5" smart phone in the market today. It is sure to strike a chord with the entire new age of users who are not only tech savvy but also conscious about the gadgets they carry."

Further, it employs a 8MP AF rear camera with LED Flash, loaded with live photo, panorama view and face beautify. The 2MP front snapper is enough for selfies and video calls.

As for the connectivity options, the baby panther features 3G HSPA+ downlink 21 Mbps, uplink 5.6 Mbps speed, OTG, Wi-Fi, Wi-Fi Hotspot, Bluetooth tethering, proximity sensor, light sensor and G-sensor.

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