The mobile handset industry body Indian Cellular Association (ICA), the Rs 251 smartphone has expressed concern over the launch. Telecom Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad had written to the Association of the case is urged to go into details. The organization says that the price of mobile handset can not be less than Rs. 3500
Bells ringing Noida has launched the country’s cheapest smartphone is priced at Rs 251. According to the company’s 3G handsets in the Freedom 251 4-inch display, a Qualcomm 1.3 GHz quad-core processor and RAM 1 GB. The company’s move could hurt the mobile handset market. The letter stated, the most affordable of the product supply chain from materials to be taken around the price of $ 40 (Rs 2,700) sits. ICA National President Pankaj Mohindroo wrote in the letter, then it will be brought into the retail market fees, taxes, and distribution and retail margins, adding at least 4,100 will cost the company would sell the smartphone for Rs 251.