Tele Talk Pvt. Ltd, the official distributor of Colors mobile in Nepal, has launched their latest budget smartphone, the Colors S11. The phone packs some amazing specs including a dual front camera set up all for a discounted price of Rs 12,495.
Yes, the phone is sold exclusively on Daraz.com with a 24% discount on the original price tag of Rs 16,495. So you are basically getting a mid-tier smartphone at the price of a budget smartphone. So at this price point, what are the things the S11 offers? Well, let’s take a deeper look at the phone and find out for ourselves.
The Colors S11 packs a 5.2-inch HD IPS display with a pixel density of 282PPI. Under the hood, the phone sports a MediaTek MT6737W processor along with the Mali-T720 MP2 GPU. The processor is backed by 3GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage. The storage of the phone can be further expanded via a micro-sd card up to 128GB. The phone also supports dual-sim cards and is 4G capable.
In the camera department, the Colors S11 packs a front dual-camera set up made by two 8MP sensors. The lens themselves are wide at 120° giving you the freedom to fit more people in the frame. This will be great for taking those groupies that we all love! The S11 also comes with an 8MP rear camera accompanied by an LED flash. And sitting below the rear shooter is an active fingerprint scanner embedded into the phone’s back panel. Moving on, at the software front, the phone runs an almost stock version of Android 7.0 Nougat. And finally, powering this device all up is a 3000mAh non-user removable battery. This coupled with the 720p display will be enough to get users a day worth of battery life on a single charge.
The Colors S11, at least on paper, looks to be a great budget smartphone that offers a lot of value for the money. The dual front camera definitely is something new in the budget category. Selfies enthusiasts, without a doubt, will be overjoyed with this offering! Daraz in collaboration with Colors is looking forward to revolutionizing the e-commerce space for smartphones. This will be sort of a breakage from the monopoly of the retail market that persists in Nepal. People will now be able to get smartphones at a much cheaper price than the retail space. A great step by Colors and Daraz indeed!!