Auxus launches Auxus ONE smartphone at Rs 15,990

eBay has announced the launch of iberry Auxus ONE Smartphone. The device is priced at Rs 15,990 and will be selling exclusively through ebay.in.

The company claims Auxus ONE to be a innovative device. It boasts all the essential features of a smartphone.

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Auxus one

The device sports a 5.7 inch OGS HD Full lamination display with Gorilla Glass protection.

It is powered by a 1.7 GHz Octa core MT6592 processor paired with 2GB RAM.

The device runs on Android 4.4 KitKat OS with Mali-450 GPU. It has dual SIM functionalities and has GPS and NFC support.

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The phone boasts a Sony Sensor 15.5MP 207 degree revolving rear camera with 32GB internal memory storage and expandable memory of 128GB via microSD card.

The Auxus ONE is juiced up by a 3200mah li-polymer battery and on the connectivity front it has WiFi, Bluetooth, USB.

The phone has a unique feature which enables users to scroll up/down and capture the images on camera touching the back panel of the phone.

Auxus one.

Key specs:

  • 5.7 inch OGS HD Full lamination display
  • 1.7 GHz Octa core MT6592 processor
  • Android 4.4 KitKat OS
  • Mali-450 GPU
  • 2GB RAM
  • Dual SIM
  • Gorilla Glass protection
  • 15.5MP 207 degree revolving rear camera
  • 32GB internal and 128GB external memory
  • 3200mah li-polymer battery
  • WiFi, Bluetooth, USB
  • GPS and NFC support

“Auxus products have been well received by gadget enthusiasts logging into ebay.in from over 5000 cities, towns and villages across the country. We are confident that the smartphone and smartwatch will also be a grand success on ebay.in.” said Vidmay Naini, business head, eBay India.

The company has also launched Auxus RIST, its first smartwatch alongside the Auxus ONE smartphone.

Priced at Rs 15,990 the phone will be selling exclusively through the e-commerce channel ebay.in.

 

Vishal Kawadkar

editor@gizmolead.com

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