Ringing Bell has launched the World’s cheapest 3G smartphone at just Rs. 251 or $3.5 called the Freedom 251 at a launch event in Delhi. The company has promised some good specifications with the device. The devices seen online appear like the ikon 4 smartphone by Adcom which is a Chinese smartphone. This makes it really surprising as the phone is being launched under the Make in India campaign.
How to Book or Order Ringing Bell Freedom 251 successfully?
There has been an official website created for booking or ordering the Freedom 251 online – www.Freedom251.com which will be accepting pre-orders or booking on February 18th from 6am onwards.All you have to do is go to the above-mentioned link and then press on the Buy button.
This will redirect you to the Cart page where the item and the quantity is mentioned along with a delivery time and charges of Rs. 40.
Scroll Down and enter the Shipping details or your Address and proceed by accepting the Terms and Conditions and press or click on Pay Now
Note: Most of the users who have tried to purchase are ending up on this page, where the Pay Now button is acting as a refresh option and refreshing the Cart page over and over again. If you are lucky you might proceed through.
Know More: Ringing Bell Freedom 251 FAQ – Warranty, Return policy etc
The Ringing Bell 251 comes with some decent specifications at the price having 4-inch qHD IPS display with resolution of 540 x 960 pixels. It is powered by a 1.3GHz quad-core processor coupled with 1GB of RAM and 8GB ROM or internal memory which can be expanded further up to 32GB using microSD card. It runs on Android 5.0 Lollipop and has the appearance of a toned down iPhone but in a toy kind of plastic body (we cannot complain for the price can we).
Do let us know if you were able to proceed with the payment and book this phone successfully.
Disclaimer: There have been many complaints on the official Ringing Bell Facebook page about the payments going through in users Credit cards and Debit card but showing as failed on the Website. So proceed ahead at your own risk.