The Noida (Uttar Pradesh) based company launched the world’s cheapest smartphone.
And the phone has 8GB storage and 4-inch display, 1 GB RAM, 8 GB internal memory and dual-SIM option & cameras in the front and back.
Ringing Bells earlier said their Freedom 251 phone would be priced under 500 rupees (£5; $7.3), but at the launch on Wednesday, it said it would cost just 251 rupees ($3.67; £2.56).
India is the world’s second-largest mobile market and has one billion mobile phone subscribers.
Freedom 251 is expected to target a market already dominated by low-cost handsets.
We also try to book the smart phone but site is down due to high trafiic. Then we have recieved this message from their end.
“Dear friends, we are very greatefull for your enormous response and your kind patronage and would submit that as of now we receive approx 6 Lacs hits per second as a result of which due to your kind overwhelming response servers are over loaded.
We humbly submit that we are therefore taking a pause and upgrading the service and will revert within or before 24 hours.
Once again our respectfull thanks and gratitude for your support and patience. We look forward your return as soon as we are back online well within 24 hours. “