Well, to be frank enough - the best ever feature of Freedom251 smartphone is its price! No, I'm not making this comment in a satirical manner. All the other features that the device has have already been seen before. Freedom251 beats all its competitors with its incredibly affordable pricing.
The smartphone comes with a 4 inch LCD touchscreen display. The resolution reads 540x960 pixels. The pixel density stands at an impressive 276 ppi. It even sits pretty well with its closest competitor Lenovo A2010. The viewing angles are quite good.
The phone is powered by a quad core 1.3 GHz processor. Which again makes it a good competitor to Lenovo offering. The 1 GB RAM and 8 GB ROM are indeed in tune with the entry level smartphone, but at a dirt cheap price. In addition, you have a memory expansion option upto 32 GB ( The memory card itself will cost you more than what you are spending for the smartphone!).
Freedom251 comes with a 3.2 MP rear camera with flash and a VGA front camera for selfies. This is where the firm - Ringing Bells - has decided to cut costs. You can't expect great results with the camera on this phone. If you are not one of those who loves to flaunt your camera, you won't feel disappointed with the device.
The world's cheapest smartphone comes with Android Lollipop 5.1 out of the box. With the device not listed on Google, we just hope that it will not be some forked version of the software. It comes preinstalled with several Government of India apps like Swachh Bharat, apps for women safety, farmers and fishermen. It will also have popular apps like WhatsApp, YouTube and Facebook preinstalled.
But, nothing concrete can be said about the actual performance and features until it actually comes into the market. By what has been stated by the firm, it will not be in users hands before April end.