iBerry has announced the commencement of prebooking of their first ever Google Android based smartphone the iBerry Auxus Nuclea N1 in India. The phone has been priced at Rs 18,000 but as part of the special launch offer iBerry Nuclea N1 will be made available for Rs 15,990 for a limited time. The prebooking has been made available by the company on its official website as well as through eBay India, which is one of the online sales partners for iBerry in India. Customers can pay the upfront amount through the iBerry website or can opt for EMI options through eBay India for getting the iBerry Nuclea N1.
The Auxus Nuclea N1 is a 5 inch phablet with a full HD, 1080p resolution display featuring one glass and active matrix technology. Along with that the iBerry Nuclea N1 will be the first ever Android smartphone to feature 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 features a Mediatek MT6589T quad core Turbo 1.5 GHz processor with dedicated PowerVR SGX 544MP graphics engine. Along with that the Auxus Nuclea N1 features a full HD 1920 x 1080 pixel resolution based display built using one glass technology for offering a better viewing experience. Also, the iBerry Nuclea N1 is the first ever low cost Android smartphone to incorporate Corning's Gorilla Glass 3 protective surface that adds durability and scratch resistance while reducing the overall weight of the device as well.
The device is based on Android 4.2 Jelly Bean operating system and comes with features such as gesture control, voice unlock for easy and hands-free usage. The storage has been kept at 4 GB internal along with up to 64 GB of expandable memory via micro SD cards. Currently merely on the basis of hardware specification the iBerry Nuclea N1 is the most exciting Android smartphone priced at Rs 15,990 beating devices from competing brands like Micromax, Spice and even Samsung hands down; but for its actual performance stay tuned for our review in the coming days.