Swipe has launched several smartphones in the Indian market within the last couple of months. And yet again the company has announced a new stylish smartphone for the consumers.
Dubbed as "ELITE Pro", this handset is the latest entrant to the Swipe's most successful ELITE Series. As per the company, ELITE Pro is an amalgamation of style and performance, that enriches the mobile experience for its users at an affordable budget of Rs. 6,999. ELITE Pro will be exclusively available online via Snapdeal e-commerce platform from 8th October 2017, 00:01 hours.
The elegant new device has been intended for the youth to focus on their high demands within the budget. The exquisite new device comes in a white color variant.
Swipe ELITE Pro has also been designed especially for the consumer who prefers a premium smartphone experience without burning a hole in their pocket. The smartphone comes with a 5-inch HD IPS display along with sleek and an elegant design which adds to its classy looks.
The smartphone is powered by a 1.4 GHz Quad core processor which is further paired with 3GB of RAM. The smartphone offers 32GB of internal storage and it can be further expanded up to 64GB via microSD card. Talking about the cameras - ELITE Pro is equipped with a 13MP sensor at the back and at the front, there is an 8MP sensor.
Swipe ELITE Pro is backed by a 2500mAh battery and it runs on Android 6.0 Marshmallow. The device houses a Fingerprint Scanner which can be used to lock any apps or specific files, gallery, and others.
Commenting on the launch of ELITE Pro, Mr. Shripal Gandhi, Founder, and CEO of Swipe Technologies said, "The ELITE Pro is a testament to Swipe's determination to set new benchmarks for affordable smartphones category. The mightier, stronger and stylish Swipe ELITE Pro is power packed with features that stand on our promise of delivering true quality at the true value of money. It's a perfect device for the growing tech-savvy consumers and associating with Snapdeal, we are hoping to reach out to more people in tier 2,3 and 4 cities."