Chinese handset-maker Coolpad Dazen will soon launch in the Indian market another smartphone named Dazen Note 3 which will come with a fingerprint scanner and cost less than Rs 10,000.
Coolpad Dazen has launched two smartphones in May.
The device was unveiled in China last week and the company claimed that it has crossed 2.6 million registrations in seven days.
Dazen Note 3 will come equipped with 5.5 inch HD screen, coupled with 2GB of RAM along with 16GB of in-built storage.
“For India, the company might choose to upgrade the handset to 3GB RAM,” the company’s India CEO Varun Sharma said.
The smartphone, which will support 4G LTE, will come with a 13-megapixel rear-facing camera with LED flash and auto focus alongside a 5-megapixel front-facing camera. Both front and rear-facing cameras will come with a CMOS image sensor for better image quality.
The phone, which is expected to run on a 3,000 mAH battery, will be available in white and black colours.
Dazen is a sub brand of Qiku, a joint venture between Worldwide internet giant Qihu 360 Technology and Coolpad Group.
“Qiku will also launch its own 360 operating system in mid-August,” the company said in a statement.