iBerry Auxus Nuclea N1 FHD Android smartphone launching soon

Featuring Google's Android 4.2 Jelly Bean and a 1.5 GHz quad core processor the iBerry Auxus Nuclea N1 is an exciting proposition at Rs 15,990.

iBerry India will soon announce the retail availability of its first ever Google Android smartphone the iBerry Auxus Nuclea N1 for customers in India. The Auxus Nuclea N1 is a 5 inch phablet with a full HD 1080p resolution display. Along with that the iBerry Nuclea N1 will be the first ever Android smartphone to have a massive 8 megapixel front facing camera and a 13 megapixel backlit sensor based rear camera in a 9.6 mm slim casing.

The iBerry Nuclea N1 will also come with a MT6589T quad core Turbo 1.5 GHz processor with dedicated PowerVR SGX 544MP graphics engine for speed and better graphic capabilities to support Open GL as well. Along with that the Auxus Nuclea N1 features a full HD 1920 x 1080 pixel resolution display built using One Glass technology for offering a better viewing experience.

The device is based on Android 4.2 Jelly Bean operating system and comes with features such as gesture control and voice unlock for easy and handsfree usage. The storage is likely to be 8/16 GB internal with up to 32 GB expandable memory via micro SD cards.

iBerry Nuclea N1

The device will be made available through the online retail network and at retail sales outlets in cities across India. iBerry will also be backed by over 400 service outlets across India with doorstep warranty service that has been one of the highlight features of iBerry products in India.

Competing against brands like Micromax, LG and Sony the iBerry Auxus Nuclea N1 now becomes the new contender for low cost full HD smartphones in India. The Auxus Nuclea N1 will be available on pre-booking starting July 13 at a special launch price of Rs 15,990 while the regular price is set at Rs 18,000. Pre-booking will be available through the official website www.iberry.asia as well as through the online shopping portal ebay.in.

First Published : Friday, July 05, 2013 - 00:00
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