Coolpad in the works over a Mega 2.5D smartphone for Indian markets
Coolpad have just recently had a taste of what it feels like to be a smartphone manufacturer and they do not want to stop already. The company has now started working on a new phone now which would be called the Coolpad Mega 2.5D but the bad news is that it would only be available in India so those of you in other parts of the world that might have been looking forward to it, we are sorry, but no.
The upcoming 5.5 inches Mega 2.5D would come with 3GB of RAM and couple that with a rather low 16GB of internal memory. The only thing that makes us happy here is that the memory can be expanded but then, it can only go as far as 32GB also. Moving on, we have a pairing of an 8MP camera which comes with its own LED flash on the back and another 8MP camera on the front for the selfie lovers. This is a huge plus because it is rare to have the same camera configuration.
Running the Android 6.0 Marshmallow out of the box, the device would be powered by a 2500mAh battery and would launch at a price of Rs 6999 (about $105) in India.
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