Comio is the latest Chinese device maker to enter the super-hot Indian smartphone market. It has debuted three devices—S1, C1 and P1 – with a sharp focus to establish itself in the mid-segment smartphone category and create a strong offline brand. The three devices have a good mix of hardware and software, have plenty of apps and user-friendly features. We take a look at some features that stand out in these devices.
Comio P1 (Rs 9,999)
The most expensive and attractive of the lot, it is packed with a 5000 mAh battery that’s built to last. Available in Metal Grey and Sunrise Gold colour variants, it comes in a metal body with a dual SIM phone offering a 5.5-inch HD IPS display screen, fingerprint sensor, 3 GB RAM, 13-megapixel Autofocus with flash rear camera and 8-megapixel selfie camera with screen flash.
Comio S1 (Rs 8,999)
The Comio S1 sports a metal unibody with curved edges and is available in two colour variants—Royal Black and Sunrise Gold. The USP of the handset is its slim design and metallic finish. Users can tap their inner photographer with a 13-megapixel Auto focus with flash rear camera and 8-megapixel selfie camera. Paired with a 5.2-inch HD IPS display, front finger print sensor, 2 GB RAM and a 2700 mAh battery, the S1 is a device worth buying.
Comio C1 (Rs 5,999)
The C1 sports a metal frame and comes with Hi-Fi music that offers consumers a multidimensional cinematic listening experience. The C1 is available in Mellow Gold and Space Black variants and has a 5-inch HD IPS display and 8-megapixel autofocus and flash rear camera with 5-megapixel selfie camera.
All the three smartphones run on a quad-core 64-bit Mediatek chipset, have 32 GB internal memory and are 4G VoLTE enabled. The devices are also embedded with the Freezer and Clone app. The former allows access as many apps as you wish without the worry of space constraints; the Clone app makes sure that all the data from your device is backed up at all times. The three come with a pre-loaded anti-theft feature. In case of any suspicious activity, SIM-based alerts are shared with the registered mobile number. And when someone tries to unlock the device by trying to break the pattern or PIN, the device will automatically take the image of the unauthorised person.