World's Cheapest Phone Freedom 251 Ordering Suspended

Posted: Feb 20 2016, 10:49am CST | by , Updated: Mar 19 2016, 4:04am CDT, in News | Technology News

 
World's Cheapest Phone Freedom 251 ordering suspended

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A smartphone priced at $4 seems like a joke. Right? Well, it is not.

Update March 19: $4 Freedom 251 Sales halted, rebranded Adcom Ikon 4 controversy arises.

This is why an Indian company Ringing Bells has been stuffed with orders of the Freedom 251. The website of the company selling a $4 Smartphone had 600,000 hits per second. The website, obviously, couldn’t handle such traffic and all the orders have to be suspended.

Don’t worry because Ringing Bells is working on a solution. The company promised that the website would be back and running within 24 hours. Freedom 251 by Ringing Bills is the world’s cheapest Smartphone.

The device is priced at less than $4 or INR 251. The features of the device include a 4-inch qHD display along with quad-core processor, a gig of RAM and Android Lollipop.

We are not at all surprised to see that the Freedom 251 took the internet by storm when it launched two days back.

The interest has somewhat cooled down now, but still no other brand can offer a smartphone at such a low price. Only if we could order it.

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