Comio is all set to launch 2 new devices in India in February. This was revealed by Anil Tiwari, Founder of Comio’s Product Manager in an interview with Gizbot.
He said, “Currently we have four products and by the mid-February, we will be launching two new smartphones ranging from six to twelve thousand. We will be launching three more products before Diwali.” He also said that the states of Gujarat, Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan are doing well in terms of revenue.
The Comio plant at Bawal, China assembles 4500 smartphones per in together in 3 lines. There are 180 workers in the three lines.
Comio is a new smartphone brand that entered India via tier II and tier II cities few month. Today, it launched Comio C1, C2, S1. These phones are targeting the budget smartphone buyers of the country as it is priced below Rs. 10,000.
These 3 phones are powered by MediaTek 6737 chipset ticking at 1.3GHz. In the SIM card and connectivity front, all the devices would be dual SIM 4G VoLTE enabled. The Comio C1 comes with 5-inch display of 1280 x 720 pixel resolution. The phone has 32GB storage coupled with 1GB RAM. The device also comes with 8MP rear camera, 5MP front camera and 2200mAh battery.
Comio C2 is slightly powerful than C1. It is powered by 4000mAh battery, 2GB RAM, 16GB internal storage, 8MP front camera and 8MP rear camera. The phone is a 5-inch device with 720p resolution.
Comio S1 comes with 5.2-inch display with 720p screen resolution. It has 2GB RAM, 32GB storage. It’s also powered by 2700mAh battery with 13MP rear camera and 8MP front camera.
All three phone will be coming with an anti-theft feature. According to this feature, whenever there’s a suspicious activity in the device, an SMS will be sent to the registered mobile number. Also, if someone tries to login to your phone by wrong pin or password, a photo will be clicked.
Comio C1 is priced at Rs. 5,999, Comio C2 is priced at Rs. 7,199 and Comio S1 is priced at Rs. 8,999. These phones are launched in northern and western India via retail stores and Flipkart. Their devices are being assembled in India and aim to assemble 1 million devices in the next 6 months.