After successfully launching the itel Wish A41 and Wish A21, itel has come up with yet another smartphone with moniker itel Wish A41+. The Wish A41+ is a beefed up variant of the Wish A41 which was released back in March. In fact, the Wish A41+ has the same design as the Wish A41.
itel has announced the smartphone in two colours- mocha and champagne at a price of Rs. 6590. Backed by a 5-inch FWVGA display, the iA41+ comes loaded with Android 6.0 Marshmallow along with a quad-core processor and 2GB of RAM. And it’s one among the rare devices to offer fingerprint sensor for the asking price.
The smartphone has a SmartKey, which can be tuned to perform various actions such as capturing pictures while in the camera app, activate torch while the device is in sleep mode, and for in-call actions as well. The Wish A41+ has a smaller 2400mAh battery, but itel says that the software is optimised well to deliver better battery life. The phone can provide 216 hours of standby time, 28 hours of 2G talk time, 14 hours of 3G talk time, and 11 hours of 4G talk time.
A 5MP autofocus camera is present at the rear side of the phone, coupled with another 5MP camera at the front. Both the cameras are supported by LED flash to add more light to the images.
Internal storage on the phone is limited to just 16GB, but one can expand it with the help of a microSD card, and the device accepts SD cards up to 32GB. itel also made some software changes in the phone such as the device has Swiftkey keyboard instead of the regular Google Keyboard and an SOS feature which alerts when a device is lost.
itel is also bundling a three layer screen protector in the retail box along with a protective back cover. To recall, the itel Wish A41 was launched with almost similar specifications, but it has lesser RAM of 1GB of internal storage of 8GB. The phone’s availability will be known in coming days.
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