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Celkon Mobiles launches Campus Evoke A43

India Infoline News Service | Mumbai |

Celkon Mobiles innaugrated by famous Actor Surya.

Celkon Mobiles, one of the leaders in mobile and wireless solutions launched their new and powerful Campus Evoke A43 which is World’s lightest Smartphone weighing just 93 grams. The phone was launched by the famous actor Suriya. Campus Evoke A43 will be an edition to the already successful Campus Series. Evoke A43 weights just 68 grams without the battery and 93 grams overall and is the most innovative in its range combining power, style and affordability.

Y Guru Chairman and Managing Director Celkon Mobiles, said, “We have always spotted a need-gap in the market and strive to provide suitable offerings to our customers. In our endeavor to provide a strong value proposition, we have designed a model which is powerful in terms of cutting edge features. Our new Campus Evoke A43, the lightest in the world; is the perfect model for people who want an affordable, stylish and applications rich phone.

Describing the features of the Evoke A43 he added, “The new Campus A43 is a dual sim with a 4’WVGA IPS Display and 1.3 GHz Dual Core processor. The phone has a 1 GB RAM with 4 GB ROM to enable smooth running of applications. Campus Evoke A43 is Android 4.2.2 Jelly bean based with a guaranteed upgrade to Kit Kat version. The phone is 3G enabled and also has video calling, 5 MP rear camera with flash, 1.3 MP front Camera, G Censor, Proximity Censor, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth A2DP, 1400 mAh battery backup and an expandable memory upto 32 GB .

The new Campus Evoke A34 will be available in all retail stores and online priced at Rs. 5699/-
 

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