Since Yesterday Smartphone India cost funny 3.28 euros!

With the cell phone freedom 251, the Indian State to give its citizens an incredibly affordable access to the Internet. The interests of the people on the phone is so great that the manufacturer’s server immediately collapsed.600,000 people every second clicked on the button “Buy now” to get the cheapest by far Smartphone in the world. Freedom will cost 251 all 251 rupees, equivalent of €3.28. Promptly broke the server of the Indian company of Ringing bells together, which builds the device and sells.

Indian Government pays high subsidies

Buyers get a device that can be roughly compared with entry level smartphone from Microsoft or Samsung which cost around €80 for their money. The production price is as experts suggest 20 euro also in India. This means: the State needs to take a lot of money to reach the goal of his Prime Minister Narendra modes, to link all Indian citizens, so 1.3 billion people.

According to Indian regulatory authority TRAI more than a billion people in the country use a mobile phone, the vast majority but a conventional which admits no connection to the Internet. Freedom 251 should change that.

Sophisticated technical equipment

The cheap Smartphone is equipped with a high-quality four inch IPS display (IPS = in plane switching), which particularly brilliantly reflects colors and can be read even at a bad angle. As operating system chose the engineers of Ringing Bell, a company that was founded in 2015, Google’s Android. It is a multi-core processor equipped with a quad-core, so.

Two cameras, which Linsen enable are rear-facing forward and Selfies, complete the hardware. The resolution is 3.2 or 0.3 megapixels. The internal memory chip has a capacity of 8 gigabits, you can extend but via SD card. The connection to the transmitter and receiver systems manufactures a 3 g modem that allows a transfer rate of up to 384 kilobits per second.

Woman safety app is installed

Ringing Bells writes on his home page, the device should contribute to the aim of the company, “even in the most remote rural and suburban areas of India with current technology at incredibly low prices to equip citizens”.

A number of apps, including “woman safety”, probably because of the numerous attacks against Indian women, Google play, WhatsApp and Facebook are installed. The deliveries should begin on February 17.