IVoomi Sub-Brand Launches Innelo 1 Smartphone With Display Notch in Rs. 7,499

Chinese brand iVoomi’s sub-brand Innelo has entered the Indian market with the launch of the Innelo 1smartphone.iVoomi Sub-Brand Launches Innelo 1 Smartphone With Display Notch at Rs. 7,499
It is the first smartphone with a display top notch in the nation in the sub-Rs. 8,000 category, the company claims. The newest Innelo 1 smartphone will be only accessible via Amazon Indiabeginning today, September 18. It comes in Persian Red, Pacific Blue, Platinum Gold, and Midnight Black colour, although the first two are presently inaccessible on Amazon.in.
The new Innelo 1, priced in India in Rs. 7,499, will discover tough competition from the recently established Redmi 6A, which goes on sale for the first time tomorrow.

The new Innelo 1 smartphone has a 5.86-inch screen with 720×1520-pixel resolution and 19:9 aspect ratio. Apart from the display notch, buyers will find the 2.5D curved glass screen design on the telephone. The smartphone has the Android 8.1 Oreo-based SmartMe OS 3.0 custom skin. It’s powered by the 1.3GHz quad core MediaTek MTK 6737H SoC with 2GB of RAM.

Adhering to the optics, Innelo 1 has a 13-megapixel camera with 5P lens and Samsung sensor, and a 5-megapixel camera using 4P lens and also 1.4-micron pixel size facing. It has fingerprint detector in addition to Face Unlock, as well as dual-standby (4G + 4G) functionality. Battery capacity of the smartphone is 3,000mAh, weight is 155 grams, and measurements are 152x9x74mm.

Commenting on the launch, Ashwin Bhandari, CEO, Innelo India, states,”Innelo 1 was designed exquisitely with leading-edge technology that suits the expectations of the urban and young customers. It supplies a complete high-end smartphone experience to the users. With Innelo, we plan to deliver the technology that’s now being supplied in the mid-segment (Rs. 20,000-25,000) and provide it to our customers within the price assortment of Rs. 7,000-13,000; creating innovation available to all.” Innelo intends to spend $10 million (roughly Rs. 72.7 crores) in the Indian market in the first year of operations, and contains a community of 500 service centres throughout the country.