Home based mobile handset manufacturer iBall has introduced two new Andi-series smartphones namely the Cobalt Solus 2 and Andi HD 6. These device were spotted in the company website today. But there's no on the availability and pricing of these smarthphones as of now.
We expect the company to officially launch the devices in a coming few days though. iBall had recently announced that they are planning to manufacture devices in the country but I don't think any of these are assembled in India.
The iBall Cobalt Solus 2 is the successor to the iBall 5Q Cobalt Solus launched in March. The device sports a 5 inch HD (1280x720) and 1.7GHz octacore Mediatek SoC which I believe is none other than MT6752. Plus there's a 2GB of RAM and whopping 32GB of on board storage (also expandable via Micro SD card).
The camera department is handled by a 13MP and 5MP cameras respectively. There's a LED Flash too. On the connectivity front, the Cobalt Solus2 offers 3G, GPRS/ EDGE, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, GPS/ A-GPS, Micro-USB, and Bluetooth options. The battery is a 2100 mah unit.
On the other hand the iBall Andi HD6 is upper lower range device featuring a 6 inch HD (1280x720) display and 1.3GHz MT6582 quad core. There's also 1GB of RAM and supports dual SIM. Both the devices runs Android Kitkat. Andi HD6 comes with 8GB of inbuilt storage which is further expandable via Micro SD card (up to 32GB).
The front camera is the same as Cobalt Solus 2 but the rear has been stripped down to a 8MP with LED flash. The USP of the device is the 3000mAh battery. The company listing also claims that both the devices support over 15 regional languages, similar to the Micromax Unite series.