After launching its flagship handsets S1 and P1 along with C1 and C2 last year in August, Comio from China's Topwise Communications is now all set to launch two new budget smartphones on 15th February in India. Interestingly, the smartphones are said to come at a price under Rs. 8,000.
"Both the upcoming smartphones are designed keeping youth's need in mind and will have 13MP rear camera with 32 GB internal memory and it will price under Rs. 8,000," industry sources told Gizbot. It looks like we will be seeing new budget smartphones from the company yet again.
Apart from launching new smartphones, the company is also planning to invest close to Rs. 250 crore in manufacturing over the next two years and is all set to increase its network to 30,000 retailers and 800 distributors to strengthen brand presence in the Indian market.
Meanwhile, we recently interacted with Comio's Product Head Anil Tiwari where he shared its company's plans for this year.
He has stated, "Currently we have four products and by the mid-February, we will be launching two new smartphones ranging from six to twelve thousand," Anil said. "We will be launching three more products before Diwali."
To recall all the four smartphones by the company are running on a Quad-core 64 bit Mediatek chipset, with 32GB internal memory and are 4G VoLTE enabled. Designed to deliver, COMIO smartphones is a perfect balance of powerful performance, fast connectivity, and better battery life.
The devices are also embedded in the Freezer and Clone Application. The Freezer app allows you to as many applications as you wish without the worry of space constraints whereas the Clone app makes sure that all that data from your device is backed up at all times. The Clone app also allows for ease of transfer of data from one handset to another.
Comio smartphones come with the valuable anti-theft feature preloaded on all handsets. In case of any suspicious activity, SIM-based alerts are shared with the registered mobile number. One of the interesting features of Anti-theft is the image click seek, wherein when someone tries to unlock the device by trying to break the pattern or PIN, the device will automatically take the image of the unauthorized person. Other options include the lock and unlock feature, shutdown blocker, data back up, and SIM related functions.