Two Comio branded phones leaked S1 and P1, may launch on 18th August

August 16, 2017 0 Comments;

The Chinese manufacturer Topwise Communications will be getting into the Indian smartphone market by launching the Comio branded smartphones. Last month, the corporation additionally introduced August 18th as the launch date. Just a few days before the official launch, the Comio S1 and Comio P1 smartphones are leaked with few key specifications. The upcoming devices are stated to be priced in between Rs. 6,000 and Rs. 12,000. They will be available through offline channels where the company faces stiff competition from established Chinese manufacturers like OPPO, Vivo, and Gionee.

Another Chinese company, Transsion Holdings has already launched low cost smartphones underneath the Infinix and Tecno Mobiles brands. In the next few days, Transsion Holdings will be launching their third smartphone brand called VOTO. The Indian smartphone manufacturers like Micromax and Intex are already losing their market share to the Chinese brands. Talking about the Comio smartphones, the latest leak revealed both the gadgets to run on the latest Android 7.0 Nougat out of the box. As considered with the different Chinese brands, the Comio branded smartphones additionally comes with customized UI laid on top.

In the camera department, the Comio S1 and Comio P1 sports the equal 13MP shooter on the rear and an 8MP front camera for selfies. Additionally, the Comio S1 offers the front facing LED flash for better selfies even in low light conditions. While there is no information about the RAM capacity, there will be 32GB of onboard storage on each the devices. The Comio P1 comes with a rear facing fingerprint sensor, whereas the Comio S1 elements it on the front. From the images, the Comio S1 appears to come with top class looking metal-built unibody design.

The entire specifications along with the pricing and availability of the Comio S1 and Comio P1 smartphones will be recognized only on the launch, may be in August 18th.


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