Coolpad to launch a new phone on January 15: Fingerprint Scanner, 3GB RAM in Tow

By GizBot Bureau

Chinese smartphone company, Coolpad is a relatively new company in India but is quite aggressive in its approach towards making space for itself in the already crowded smartphone market.

Coolpad to launch a new phone on January 15: Fingerprint & 3GB of RAM

Back in October, the company launched its specs-heavy Note 3 smartphone, which created ripples in the market for its high-end-smartphone-like specifications at such brilliant pricing. It was, supposedly, the first smartphone that boasted a fingerprint reader and 3GB of RAM at a price of Rs 8,999.

The company is now set to create a dent in the market by launching a new smartphone. Coolpad has rolled out press invite for the launch of another affordable yet powerful device on January 15 in India.

SEE ALSO: Coolpad Note 3 First Impressions: A budget smartphone with an impressive fingerprint scanner

The company has not given out details of the product that will be launched at the upcoming event, however GizBot has been informed by insiders that Coolpad is readying to unveil Note 3's companion at this event. As suggested by its rumored name, the device could be a redefined version of the original Note 3, however, we expect it to feature a fingerprint scanner and 3GB of RAM, similar to its older sibling.

Also, the handset is expected to run an Android 5.1 Lollipop OS wrapped under the company's native UI. The upcoming Coolpad Note 3 successor specs and features will be unveiled on January 15, when the company makes the phone official.

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