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Flipkart Billion Capture+ phone at Rs 10999 goes on sale

15 November 2017, 10:36 | Casey Mitchell

Flipkart Billion Capture+ phone at Rs 10999 goes on sale

Billion Capture+ smartphone

Designed specifically keeping in mind Indian smartphone buyers' needs, the MadeForIndia phone will be available in two variants - the 3GB RAM/32GB internal storage variant at Rs 10,999 and the 4GB RAM/64GB internal storage variant at Rs 12,999.

Billion Capture+ is uniquely placed to delight Indian consumers looking for a phone made for India.

India's largest e-commerce platform, Flipkart launched its own smartphone - Billion Capture+ on last week. In fact, Smartron itself has announced that it has joined hands with Flipkart as the Designer and Engineer partner of the new smartphone.

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Commenting on the sales, Billion Category Head Hrishikesh Thite said the Billion Capture+ packs an impressive set of features, all created to deliver on Indian smartphone buyers' biggest needs.

Flipkart's smartphone brand Billion, has launched the Billion Capture Plus smartphone, which shall be on sale from 00:00 hours or midnight of November 15.

The company will also offer no cost EMIs start from Rs 917 per month, buyers can also get up to Rs 10,000 off on exchange. The phone features dual 13MP imaging sensors at the back, with an RGB sensor mated to a monochrome module.

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Additional offers include a free 10-ride Ola Share pass worth Rs 249, Free SonyLIV Premium membership for 3 months and 60GB free data from Idea Cellular. The back camera of the Billion Capture+ is capable of capturing shots in super night mode - in other words, it is capable of clicking clear pictures in a low-light situation.

Smartron "tronX'- India's first AI-powered IoT platform- will be used to power Flipkart's smartphone, the company said". It has 3GB/4GB RAM with 32GB/64GB storage which is expandable up to 128GB through a MicroSD card. It features a 5.5-inc full-HD (1080x1920 pixels) display with 2.5D Dragontrail glass on top and a 401ppi pixel density.

"To make the proposition even more attractive on the launch day, we've also lined up many exclusive offers,"said Thite". On the software front, the Billion Capture+ is running stock Android 7.1.2 Nougat, and the phone is guaranteed to receive the Oreo update (which is more than what you can say for most phones in this segment). Flipkart is also offering an extra Rs 200 off on Smartbuy Bluetooth Speaker, when someone purchases the Billion Capture+.

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Connectivity options on the smartphone includes a USB Type-C port that also supports an unspecified Quick Charge standard.



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