Berry launches Auxus 4X, ‘India’s first 4GB Ram unibody smartphone’ at Rs 15,990

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New Delhi | Updated: Aug 25, 2016 10:55 PM

Hong Kong-based smartphone company iBerry on Thursday launched Auxus 4X, ‘India’s first 4GB RAM Unibody Premium Smartphone.’ The device will be available exclusively at ebay.com at a price tag of Rs 15,990.

The smartphone sports a 5.5” inch Full High Definition (FHD) powered by 3000mah battery and runs on Android 6.0 Marshmallow. (Source: www.auxus.in)The smartphone sports a 5.5” inch Full High Definition (FHD) powered by 3000mah battery and runs on Android 6.0 Marshmallow. (Source: www.auxus.in)

Hong Kong-based smartphone company iBerry on Thursday launched Auxus 4X, ‘India’s first 4GB RAM Unibody Premium Smartphone.’ The device will be available exclusively at ebay.com at a price tag of Rs 15,990. The new device comes with a new generation Helio P10 processor, powered with 4GB DDRIII RAM, with an inbuilt 32 GB storage expandable to 128GB.

The smartphone sports a 5.5-inch Full High Definition (FHD) display and is powered by 3000mah battery and runs on Android 6.0 Marshmallow. The device comes with a 13-mega pixel (MP) with dual LED-flash support and a 5-MP front camera. The phone boasts a 4X Quick Charge function along with all the Indian frequency bands of 2G, 3G and 4G LTE.

Other features include software functions like Smart key, E-Touch and Black Screen Gesture. The Auxus 4X boasts a Unibody structure with a rugged matte finish body, that makes the phone significantly weightless. It also features with a high color gamut LTPS OGS screen made by LG Electronics.

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