Chinese tech conglomerate, Coolpad has officially extended its product portfolio by launching its offline exclusive smartphone the Note 5 Lite C in India. Although the business of selling the product will initially begin from Saturday i.e. August 5. The mid-range smartphone will be available to users with its reduced camera pixel. But Coolpad house has done a magnificent job in developing Note 5 Lite C that runs Android 7.1 Nougat operating system.
Coolpad Note 5 Lite C Key Specs
Display wise, the Note 5 Lite C smartphone features 5.0-inch Full HD screen size with 1280 x 720 pixels. Under the hood, it is powered by Snapdragon 210 clocked at 1.1 GHz Quad. The fortunate ones who opt for buying the handset will be beneficial in getting a RAM of 2 GB alongside an internal storage of 16 GB with a further expandable memory slot (which can be extended up to 64 GB). Coolpad’s Note 5 Lite C, weighing about 139 grams, supports dual-SIM slots.
With optical technology, the smartphone offers an 8-megapixel primary camera with an aperture of f/2.4 along with the support of flash. While on the contrary, the front imaging aspects offer a selfie shooter of 5 MP along with f/2.4 aperture. With the inclusion of connectivity options, reportedly, the smartphone comes with Bluetooth 4.0, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n as well as 4G LTE support.
Coolpad Note 5 Lite C Price
Coolpad developers strategized in bringing the mid-range smartphone with high-end specs. Due to the strategy opted by Coolpad India CEO Syed Tajuddin stated, “After being ranked as one of the bestsellers in the online space, it gives us immense pleasure to announce that with Note 5 Lite C to expand in the offline smartphone market.” Being one of the major brands in India, Coolpad had already confirmed the release of its exclusive smartphone for August 20. Also note, as an Amazon exclusive, the smartphone will be available with a priced tag of Rs 8,199. And priced at Rs 7,777, Coolpad Note 5 Lite C will be offered through 3,000 multi-brand stores around eight states in India including Maharashtra, Delhi-NCR, Karnataka and more.