iBall Andi Sprinter 4G with Universal Remote, Android 5.1 launched at Rs 7,099

    Homegrown manufacturer iBall has launched a new smartphone dubbed Andi Sprinter 4G in India today. The USP of the latest smartphone from the company lies in the IR Blaster which can be used as a Universal remote.

    iBall Andi Sprinter 4G with Universal Remote, Android 5.1 launched

    The Andi Sprinter pack a 5" FWVGA (854x480p) upfront along with a 3.2MP front facing selfie camera. Under the hood is a Mediatek 6735M 64 bit quad core processor with cores clocked at 1GHz each. This is coupled with a Mali T720 GPU and 1GB of RAM.

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    In terms of storage the Andi Sprinter 4G smartphone comes with 8GB of internal storage with slot for memory expansion upto 32GB. The rear of the device bears an 8MP AF camera which is equipped with a LED Flash.

    iBall Andi Sprinter 4G with Universal Remote, Android 5.1 launched

    On the top is the 3.5mm headphone jack beside the IR Blaster. The Infrared can be used to control a number of home appliances including a TV, Set Top Boxes, and DVD Players etc. The Sprinter 4G is a dual SIM smartphone with support for 4G LTE. The device also comes with a 2100mAh Battery and support for 15 regional languages (read/write) including Bengali, Assamese, Konkani, Maithili, Bodo etc.

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    The iBall Andi Sprinter 4G runs on Android Lollipop 5.1 and has been priced at Rs 7,099. The smartphone is available in two colour variants - gold and white - and will soon be available soon in all major retail stores across the country.

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