The Docoss X1, priced at Rs. 888 is the cheapest smartphone recently launched in India. But after the Freedom 251 scam, buyers are asked to have caution over buying this cheap smartphone. The registration for the mobile will start on April 27 and end on April 29. Users can pre order for the latest cheap phone, Docoss X1 on the company’s website (www.docoss.com), or by sending an SMS with their name, address and pin code to 9616003322. The company is also planning to provide Cash on Delivery for the mobiles which would be shipped from May 2. But the users are asked to wait for more information from the company before booking the mobile.
While verifying the authenticity of the company, the official website www.docoss.com was not working properly and reported an error when users tried to book the mobile. According to the reports of PhoneRadar, the domain name was registered two months back. Since it is a private ownership, the details of the registrar are not known. The social media accounts of the company say that Docoss is a Jaipur based c
ompany. In Facebook and Twitter, the company has posted about the issues they were facing while people were trying to book the mobile via SMS. Hence, they have asked the users to send SMS to 7666204430 thereafter. The company also claims that their name has been featured in websites like Verge and Mashable.
A Youtube video shows the new cheapest smartphone, Docoss being unboxed and reviewed by a person. But that person unboxing the mobile is claimed to be associated with Docoss. Around the three minute mark in the video, the man says, “Everyone is thinking that how we are selling this mobile on this rate. That is the USP of our product.”
India’s cheapest smartphone, Docoss X1 features a 4 inch display and is geared by a 1.2GHz dual-core processor with 1GB of RAM. The inbuilt storage of 4 GB can be expanded to 32 GB via a microSD card. The primary camera is of 2MP and the rear camera is of 0.3 MP. The mobile is powered by a 1300mAh battery and runs Android KitKat v4.4.2.