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  • iBerry Auxus Beast price, specification and features

    Check out the newly launched iBerry Auxus Beast price, specifications and features. This ask expert thread provides you all the details with the launch date and the online availability of the device.

    iBerry has launched Auxus Beast smartphone in Indian market. Is it worth to buy this smartphone? What are the specification and features of this smartphone? At what price it will be available in Indian market? On which eCommerce website this smartphone is available?
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  • The new smartphone from IBerry, Auxus Beast, has been launched and targeted at Moto G2, Gionee Elife S5.1 and Micromax Canvas Selfie.
    The specification sheet reads as under-
    It is a dual SIM smartphone with the physical dimensions of 152.00 x 78.00 x 8.20. The device tilts the scales at 168 grams. The device comes only in Black color variant, but the users have the option of swappable back panels in red, blue and white.
    It sports a 5.5 inch HD IPS display. The resolution of the screen is 720x1080.
    The phone is powered by Octa core MediaTek MT6752 processor at a clocking speed of 1.7 GHz. The device has a whopping 3 GB RAM. The internal memory of the phone is 16 GB which can be expandable upto 128 GB.
    The device comes with a 13 MP rear camera with LED flash. There is also a 8 MP front camera.
    The device runs on Android Lollipop 5.0. It doe have Java support and an HTML browser.
    Other Features
    It is a dual SIM phone with 3G support on both the SIMs. Connectivity features include WiFi, GPS, Bluetooth, FM and microUSB. The sensors on the device are proximity and accelerometer. It has a 3050 mAh battery.
    Price and availability
    The device will be available exclusively on SnapDeal from April, 20. Price of the phone is Rs. 13990. Freebies worth Rs 3,000 like WiCam Controller, screen guards and silicon cases will be from IBerry.

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  • iBerry Auxus Beast

    iBerry Auxus Beast is a Touchscreen mobile phone. This smartphone comes with a great design due to its dimensions which are 152.00 x 78.00 x 8.20 mm. It is around 168 gram in weight. This smartphone is powered by the removable battery of 3050 mAh.

    It comes with a Capacitive Touchscreen of 5.50 inches which supports the resolution of 720 x 1280 pixels so as to get a great clear view.

    It is powered by MediaTek MT6752, 1.7GHz octa-core processor which is accompanied with 3 GB of RAM. It comes loaded with the internal storage space of 16 GB and the external storage space can be extended using microSD card up to 128 GB which is very rare.

    It offers a primary camera of 13 MP with Flash and a secondary camera of 8 MP so as the user can click photos and make videos with both the sides of the smartphone and also in a great clear HD view.

    It operates on Android 5.0 and also supports Java. It supports HTML as a browser.

    It supports Wi-Fi 802.11 b/ g/ n, GPS, Bluetooth, 3.55 audio jack, FM, MicroUSB, Dual-SIM and it can also be charged via microUSB.

    It comes loaded with few sensors and they are Proximity sensor, Accelerometer and Ambient light sensor.


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  • Below are the specs and features of iBerry Auxus Beast Android Smartphone.

    OS : iBerry Auxus Beast runs the Android v5.0 Lollipop OS. It is upgradeable to higher versions.

    Processor/Chipset : It has a 1.7GHz octa-core processor and MediaTek MT6752 chipset.

    Display : It has a capacitive touchscreen display of 5.5 inches with a resolution of 720x1280 pixels.

    Memory : iBerry Auxus Beast has 15 GB internal memory while 128 GB expandable memory. Its RAM is 3 GB.

    Camera : It has a rear camera of 13 MP and front camera of 8 MP.

    Connectivity : It has WLAN, Bluetooth, GPS and microUSB connectivity.

    Battery : iBerry Auxus Beast has a removable battery. Its capacity is 3050 mAh.

    Colours : It comes in Black colour only.

    Price : Rs. 13,990.

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