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Chennai, Jan 18 (IANS) Technology company iBerry Saturday launched its fully-loaded Auxus Nuclea N2 smartphone at a six-day introductory offer price of Rs.19,990.
The octa-core processor-based Auxus Nuclea N2 comes with 16GB internal memory, which is expandable up to 64GB using MicroSD card.
Nuclea N2 supports both micro SIM and a regular SIM on its respective dual SIM slot, according to a company release.
Post the introductory offer period, the phone will cost Rs.23,990.
A 3500mAh Li-ion battery is used in this smartphone with which users can expect talk-time of more than 12 hours.
With a thickness of 8.5 mm, the phone has 13MP camera on its rear with BSI sensor and auto-focus.
Nuclea N2 is the first handset by an Indian brand equipped with wireless charging feature.
The display technology used on Nuclea N2 is the same that was used on its predecessor – Active Matrix Display with OGS technology together, which has received raving response in the market.
“The smartphone would be served by our 400-plus service centres across India,” the company added.
“Consumers can also purchase the smartphone from the company’s official website using credit card, debit card and online bank transfer of major banks,” said the company release.