Freedom 251: The Ringing Bells has finally started the release of Freedom 251 gadget from 8th July. The Freedom 251 has wondered the world with its very less price and best features. The amazing cost came as a shock to numerous as getting a cell phone at just Rs. 251 (roughly $4), a level at which no organization has even possessed the capacity to offer an basic bobile, was something relatively few could process. As far back as its February dispatch, this handset has been the discussion of the tech world and has gotten feedback from purchasers and media for overbooking and additionally possibly over-promising components.
Ringing Bells Announced Dispatch for 5000 Units on Friday July 8th.
Ringing Bells, a Noida-based organization, formally dispatched the last, business version of Freedom 251 at an occasion on Thursday. The organization focused on that it will convey what it guaranteed to purchasers. Mohit Goel, Director, Ringing Bells, additionally reported that the principal bunch of 5,000 Freedom 251 units will start shipping from Friday. At the dispatch occasion, we invested some energy with the last Freedom 251 unit, which will be offered out to clients in light of a state-wise fortunate draw, and here are our first impressions. Here is the
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Freedom 251 First Look/ Impression
According to NDTV, the first look of the Freedom 251 appeared like another gadget by and large and was very surprising from the model showcased and passed out to media already. To review, the model Freedom 251 units were rebadged Adcom gadgets, for which Adcom incapacitated to sue Ringing Bells.
Freedom 251 Design & Appearance
The Freedom 251 most likely looks like many other expensive Android cell phones.
- The back shell of the Freedom 251 is anything but difficult to pry open, and under it lies a 1450mAh battery, two SIM card openings (GSM/WCDMA), and a microSD card space.
- The power button is on the privilege of the Smartphone while the volume rocker is on the left.
- The Micro-USB port for charging and exchanging information is on the top, joined by the 3.5mm jack.
- Ringing Bells has chosen to use capacitive buttons for navigation instead of on-screen buttons.
- The unit we used was the Gray and Black variation. The mobile will be also accessible in White and Black.
- A 4-inch screen rules the front board while the back packs the essential camera with LED streak and a speaker grille.
- The screen size makes the Freedom 251 simple to use and play around with. The back games a textured example that gives great grasp.
- The back likewise incorporates the Freedom 251′ marking emblazoned at the base.
- The WVGA screen on the Freedom 251 to be marginally dull when contrasted with other expensive Smartphones, such as, those from Micromax, Lava, and Intex, which are by and large valued in the scope of Rs. 1,599 to Rs. 3,000.
Other Specifications of Freedom 251
The Smartphone runs stock Android 5.1 Lollipop and the interface was vanilla without much customisation. The symbols however were marginally different and we couldn’t figure out how to change them. The homescreen had four applications stuck to the base for informing, calling, Web browsing, and the camera, are incorporated the application drawer.
Freedom 251 Camera: It dons a 3.2-megapixel back camera and a 0.3-megapixel front camera. Both cameras took pictures that were not worth getting amped up for. We unquestionably can’t think about the cameras on the Freedom 251 with any of the budget plan Smartphones accessible in the business sector at this moment.
Freedom 251 Connectivity, Processor: The Freedom 251 is powered by a 1.3GHz quad-center processor combined with 1GB of RAM. In our constrained time went through with the handset, the Smartphone lagged a bit when exchanging between applications. Availability choices on the handset incorporate Micro-USB, Bluetooth, GPRS/EDGE, Wi-Fi, and 3G.
Freedom 251 Initial APPS: There were no outsider applications separated from the standard Google ones and the Calendar, stock Clock, and Email applications. We were additionally shocked not to discover any of the applications that were pre-stacked on the model, such as, Swachh Bharat, Facebook, WhatsApp, Farmer, Women Safety, Fisherman, Medical, and YouTube. Goel guaranteed that the business units being delivered will accompany Hike preinstalled.
CEO of Ringing Bells Mohit Goel about the Freedom 251 Deliveries for Clients who booked earlier
On Thursday, Ringing Bells affirmed that it will begin delevering the Rs. 251 Smartphones to 5,000 of the clients who had enrolled. In any case, there will be a charge of Rs. 40 for conveyance, which didn’t come as amazement. The organization Director Mohit Goel at the release included that it will choose how to deal with the following group in light of the “first lot’s feedback.”
Goel however included that the organization is equipped for conveying 2,00,000 units to buyers and is looking for the Government’s assistance in conveying more units to purchasers. In spite of a few questions concerning what will happen to whatever remains of the 7.5 crore clients who enrolled for a Freedom 251, the organization didn’t have specifuc information to share.
Ringing Bells, with such restricted numbers, will unquestionably not have the capacity to convey such a large number of $4 telephones at any point in the near future, prompting frustration for some who were amped up for the dispatch. Generally, the Freedom 251’s stunning cost could be reason enough for clients to ignore the greater part of its disadvantages. It looks just as the fantasy of owning a Smartphone for so less will get to be reality, in any event for a most of the clients who enrolled for the deal in February.