Did you ever imagine a smartphone being available in just Rs 4,000? I know I didn’t but it’s 2019 and well we have a Rs 4,000 smartphone. The Pride 1 from Colors is one of the cheapest smartphone at just Rs 3,995. This smartphone was recently launched in Nepal.
At just Rs 3,995 what does this device have actually? I know the thought of the device not being worthy enough is striking your mind constantly. But surprisingly these specifications aren’t all that bad. Let’s quickly explore the device.
Colors Pride 1 Specifications
The Colors Pride 1 is made entirely of polycarbonate. The phone stands at 4” which makes it a really small device. Huge Bezels are present at the top and bottom which houses the front camera and speaker on the top and navigation bar. For memory, the Colors Pride 1 has a 512MB RAM and 4GB ROM.
The most noteworthy feature of the device as per my opinion is definitely the Android Go OS. The lighter Android Go is what keeps this device running. The overall configuration of the device is outdated and rarely can a device like this exist. But Android Go keeps it running. As all applications were built keeping the Go OS in mind, they should be light and agile.
A 1.4 GHz quad core processor backed by a 1500mAh battery life powers this device. The processor cannot handle games much but for other activities, it should run pretty well. Considering the lightweight OS, I’d say this battery would last you about half a day easily with normal usage. Well talking about cameras, the rear has a 2MP camera with flash support and the front has a VGA camera also with a flash.
Some other features of the device include G-sensor, GPS and 2G/3G support.
Colors Pride Key Specifications
- Display: 4- inches Display
- CPU: 1.4 GHz Quad-core Processor
- Memory: 512 MB RAM and 4 GB ROM
- Rear camera: 2MP Rear Camera with Flash
- Front: camera VGA front camera with Flash
- Battery: 1,400 mAh Battery
Notable Features: G-Sensor, GPS/2G/3G
Colors Pride 1 Price in Nepal: Rs 3,995
Well judging by the specifications, it’s an okay device. Nothing extraordinary about the device except for but the Android Go OS. And this Android Go is enough to say that it’s worth buying. Excluding the camera, performance, management and battery life is well managed by the Android Go OS. So, if you’re looking for a device with good user interface in a really cheap device then this is the one to go for.
What do you think of the cheapest smartphone? Is it just another lost cause or is it a step towards an all smartphone era? Do let us know in the comments below!