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Is This The Next Freedom 251? Docoss X1, A Rs. 888 Smartphone



After Freedom 251, a Rs. 251 smartphone, a new smartphone from an Indian startup is planning to get the most affordable 3G smartphone title. Dubbed as Docoss X1, the phone has been launched in India by a Jaipur-based company called Docoss. But unlike Freedom 251, the price of Docoss X1 is realistic. At Rs. 888, the Docoss X1 offers a 4-inch of WVGA display screen with Android 4.4 KitKat operating system and 3G connectivity.

As you can see, the Docoss X1 specifications are pretty low. Apart from super old version of Android operating system, X1 also packs a 2-megapixel camera on the back with LED flash and a VGA front facing camera. The phone comes powered by a 1.2GHz dual-core Cortex A7 processor with Dual-SIM and 1300 mAh battery inside.

While we don’t know if this new company is scam like Freedom 251 or not, but it looks odd. I mean if you go and look for a smartphone at this price range then you will notice that almost all of them are above Rs. 1,500. And even if you find a smartphone priced under Rs. 1,000, it won't be of this specs.

But as the company notes, Rs. 888 is the price exclusive of taxes. So, the total price might be a little more,



The booking is already over and the company says that it will be shipping the phone as early as May 2nd, which is good. Unlike Ringing Bells, that promised to ship Freedom 251 after 2 months of the booking. Well, we still don’t know if Docoss is legit or not, but hopefully we will find it out in the coming weeks.

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