Even before the dust over Ringing Bells and its much-anticipated Freedom 251 smartphone has settled, Docoss Multimedia Private Limited in Durgapura, Jaipur has announced the launch of Docoss X1 at Rs 888. If the Freedom251 was priced under Rs. 300, Docoss X1 is priced at a higher tag of Rs. 888. We don’t know whether Docoss X1 is a legitimate smartphone or a scam.
On the specifications front, Docoss X1 features 4-inch IPS display, a 1.3GHz dual-core Cortex A7 chipset, 1GB RAM and 4GB of internal memory (expandable to 32GB) loaded with the out-dated Android 4.4 KitKat. Whil the rear camera offers 2MP sensor, the front-facing shooter is equipped with 0.3MP.
We inspected the domain name and it carries little new .co extension instead of the familiar .com. Designed using all plastic material, the Docoss X1 carries dual-SIM slot coupled with 2G, 3G, Bluetooth and WiFi support.
To book Docoss X1, you can either order online by visiting the official website or by sending an SMS to 9223222888 with your Name, Address, City and Postal code.
As we seen in Freedom251, you need not have to make any initial payment while placing an order through the website. It remains to be seen whether the company delivers the smartphone via COD or prompts users to pay through a special link as claimed by Ringing Bells. However, the advertisement says Cash on Delivery.
We noticed that the website loads very slow and is sometimes unresponsive similar to the fate of Ringing Bells.
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