iBall Andi 4a Projector Smartphone launched priced at Rs. 18,999

iball-andi-4a-projector-bigiBall has launched iBall Andi 4a Projector Smartphone that comes with Android 4.1. The price of the Andi 4a Projector phone is Rs. 18,999. The phone can be seen listed on the official website of the company.

The online retailer Flipkart is ready for taking pre-orders for the phone. They are offering a discount of Rs. 1000 and so the phone will carry a price tag of Rs. 17,999 if you purchase it from them.

The phone comes with a 4-inch WVGA display and the resolution is 480 X 800 pixels. The Smartphone has the pixel density of 233ppi. A 1GHz dual-core Cortex A9 processor powers the Andi 4a. The Smartphone comes with 512MB of RAM.

The phone has two cameras. The rear camera is of 8MP capacity and comes with LED flash, while the front camera is a VGA unit. The OS used in the Smartphone is Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. The projector phone has 4GB of internal memory. With MicroSD card, this can be expanded up to 32GB.

There is a built-in 35 Lumens Projector on the phone. This has the capacity to deliver pictures up to 480 X 640 resolution. The stuff can be projected up to a distance of 10 feet. But the lesser distance, the better. The phone has a tripod stand and this comes totally free as a bundled package.

For the connectivity options, there are GPRS, EDGE, Bluetooth apart from 3G and Wi-Fi. A 1500mAh battery gives the much-needed backup.

The iBall Andi 4a Projector Smartphone key specifications at a glance:

Display:

4-inch WVGA display

Resolution:

480 X 800 pixels

Density:

233ppi

Processor:

1GHz dual-core Cortex A9 processor

Camera (Rear):

8MP with LED flash

Camera (Front):

VGA

OS:

Android 4.1 Jelly Bean

Storage:

4GB (internal) expandable up to 32GB with MicroSD card

RAM:

512MB

Battery:

1500mAh

Price:

Rs. 18,999 (Rs. 17,999 with Flipkart)

One thought on “iBall Andi 4a Projector Smartphone launched priced at Rs. 18,999

  1. This technology probably came too late Abhijit, wouldn’t you agree? As a tech enthusiast, I would have expected to see small projectors as such a long while back. However, it’s great to see audiovisual gadgets are getting more and more awesome!

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