Videocon Introduces 4G Enabled Krypton V50FG With 2 GB RAM
by March 27, 2016 2,639 views0
Earlier this month a new Videocon smartphone was spotted on the company’s website and it is expected to be launched in India pretty soon. This new smartphone is the Videocon Krypton V50FG.
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The phone certainly boasts of interesting specifications. Let’s take a quick look at the specs on this phone.
Specifications – Videocon Krypton V50FG
The Krypton V50FG comes with a 5 inch IPS display with a screen resolution of 720 x 1280 pixels. The phone comes with a 1.3 GHz Quad Core MediaTek MT6735V processor alongside a 2 GB RAM. The Krypton V50FG has an internal storage capacity of 16 GB that is expandable up to 32 GB via a microSD card slot.
The primary camera is an impressive 13 megapixel unit with LED flash, auto focus, and face detection. The customary selfie camera at the front is a 5 megapixel unit. The dual SIM Videocon Krypton V50FG boasts of a battery capacity of 2200 mAh and supports all the standard connectivity options that most modern smartphones come equipped with, including 4G.
The battery capacity allows the Krypton V50FG to provide up to 6 hours of talk time and up to 4 days of standby time. The phone is powered by Android 5.1 Lollipop OS. The phone also comes with a few pre-loaded apps like-V-Safe, V-Secure, and EROS Now with 6 months of free subscription.
Videocon’s current smartphone focus seems to be 4G
Like a number of Indian smartphone brands, it seems Videocon has also decided to keep an eye out for the future. It was towards the end of 2015 when Videocon launched the Infinium Z55 Krypton, which was the company’s first 4G phone in the Indian market.
Now with the Krypton V50FG and a few other smartphones that are scheduled to be released later this year Videocon has made its intentions known. The focus is now on 4G products.
Videocon’s smartphone efforts have only just begun
Videocon has been a very reliable consumer electronics brand in India and certainly has the trust of the Indian consumers at large so when the company decided to test the waters and enter the smartphone space very few skeptics had doubted that move. It is important to note that while Videocon doesn’t have a thriving software business of its own the company has managed to deliver a unique Android experience on its phones through careful tweaks.
Videocon may or may not be able to push the innovation envelope in smartphone hardware design in the near future but there is no doubt that starting with the Infinium Z55 Krypton Videocon has managed to impress one and all with some quality hardware specs and design on its phones.
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Now it remains to be seen whether the company takes the Intex route and partners with some quality system software licensing partners to deliver a new experience to consumers or whether they have the Micromax approach of dishing out Android phones by the dozen every quarter in mind.
No matter what unfolds at Videocon offices one thing is for sure, given their brand presence in India surely some Videocon loyalists will line up to try out smartphones from the company before they pass a verdict.