Vayoki Technologies introduces world’s slimmest metal phone for Rs 28,000

Vayoki Technologies, a Hong Kong based smartphone manufacturer which aims to be a premium manufacturer of smartphones has just launched the Vayoki S52 smartphone which is the world’s slimmest metallic phone. It is just 5.9mm thin. It is powered by an octa core processor from the stable of Mediatek that can be found in a wide array of devices. It has been launched at a price of Rs 28,000 in India. Let us take a look at its specifications:

Vayoki S52

Vayoki S52

  • 5 inch full HD IPS display with Ultra Sensitive touch support
  • 1.7 GHz Octa Core Mediatek processor
  • 2GB RAM
  • Android 4.4.2 KitKat
  • 32GB of internal storage which can be expanded by 64GB
  • 13MP rear camera (Sony unit) with a LED flash and an 8MP front camera
  • 3G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0, A-GPS and dual SIM for connectivity
  • 3,050 mAh battery
  • Rs 28,000

The build quality of the smartphone is one of its strongest suites and Vayoki has already setup 500 service centres in India too for an after sales support. It comes with a flip cover and screen guard too. In this highly competitive smartphone market, Vayoki will have to do a lot more than just focus on the build quality of the device if it plans on making a mark in the Indian smartphone arena.

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Ketan Mehta
September 11, 2014 8:44 pm 8:44 PM

Price should be divided by 2, then one can think of “Vayoki” !!!

Akash Roy
September 11, 2014 5:02 pm 5:02 PM

Specs appear to be interesting but the 28k price point is a tad too much.

Come on! Why would someone shell out 28k for a completely unknown brand? For that kind of money you get handsomely spec’d devices from Sony, HTC, LG, and ofcourse the Samsung.

Launching in the 15-20k category to aquire a position and name in the market then rising above with better specs and higher prices would have been a better strategy.

These companies should lean from Micromax.