Colors launches the Pride 5C and 5E with 18:9 display

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Colors after a deep slumber is back with two new smartphones for the Nepali market. With a stronghold in the budget segment, the company looks to capitalize on this. The two new phones, the Colors Pride 5C and Pride 5E, comes with the trendy 18:9 display and runs Android Go. Let’s take a deeper look at what the two new phones have to offer for a price of Rs 7,595 and Rs 8,995 respectively.

Colors Pride 5C and Pride 5E Price in Nepal

Colors Pride 5C overview

The Colors Pride 5C packs a 5.0-inch IPS FWVGA (854 x 480) display with an 18:9 aspect ratio. And encasing the internals of the phone is a plastic body which has a sturdy feel to it. Under the hood, the phone packs an unspecified 1.3 GHz Quad Core processor. The processor is backed by 1GB of RAM and 8GB of internal storage. The storage can be further expanded via a micro-sd card up to 128GB. The phone also supports dual sim cards but only with a 2G+3G configuration.

In the camera department, the phone packs a 5MP rear camera accompanied by an LED flash. At the front too, there is a 5MP sensor for all your social media worthy selfies. It also comes with an LED flash for those night time self-portraitures. Sadly the phone, this time around, doesn’t come with a fingerprint scanner.

“The introductory section Smartphone is most preferred amongst the mobile enthusiasts and many mobile manufacturers are on to it. The competition is stiff. We are also in the competition but with special features like Android GO and 18:9 full view screens enhance customer experience while viewing the screen in wider display approach. This will certainly please the users, we believe.”  Mr. Pratik Jalan, Managing Director, Teletalk Pvt. Ltd.

Moving on to the software front, the Pride 5C runs Android Go based on Android 8.0 Oreo. For those who don’t know what Android Go is, it basically is a toned down version of Android made specifically for budget smartphones. And finally, powering the device all up is a 2200mAh non-user removable battery. This coupled with the low-res display will be enough to get users through a day of heavy usage on a single charge.

Colors Pride 5C and Pride 5E Price in Nepal

Colors Pride 5E overview

The Colors Pride 5E packs a 5.0-inch IPS FWVGA (854 x 480) display with an 18:9 aspect ratio. And encasing the internals of the phone is a plastic body which has a sturdy feel to it. Under the hood, the phone packs an unspecified 1.3 GHz Quad Core processor. The processor is backed by 1GB of RAM and 8GB of internal storage. The storage can be further expanded via a micro-sd card up to 128GB. Unlike the Pride 5C, the 5E supports dual-sim cards with 3G+4G connectivity.

In the camera department, the phone packs a 5MP rear camera accompanied by an LED flash. At the front too, there is a 5MP sensor for all your social media worthy selfies. It also comes with an LED flash for those night time self-portraitures. Sadly no fingerprint scanner with the phone too.

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Moving on to the software front, the Pride 5E runs Android Go based on Android 8.1 Oreo. For those who don’t know what Android Go is, it basically is a toned down version of Android made for budget smartphones. And finally, powering the device all up is a 2300mAh non-user removable battery. This coupled with the low-res display will be enough to get users through a day of heavy usage on a single charge.

Colors Pride 5C and Pride 5E Price in Nepal

Colors Pride 5C and Pride 5E Price in Nepal

The Colors Pride 5C and Pride 5E Price in Nepal is Rs 7,595 and Rs 8,995 respectively. The two new phones are targeted towards consumers who don’t want to spend a whole lot buying a phone but still wants some trendy features. The inclusion of an 18:9 display and Android Go is a good decision on Colors part! It helps set the device apart at the same time provides the necessary resources to run smoothly. There is no doubt the Colors Pride 5C and Pride 5E will be a fan favorite in Nepal.

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