iBall announces dual-battery Android phone Andi 4.3j, priced at INR 9,499

iBall Andi 4.3JiBall has added a new smartphone to its Android line-up today. Dubbed as Andi 4.3j, the smartphone comes with dual-SIM support and dual-batteries.  Yes, there are two batteries in the smartphone but we don’t see a reason why iBall would like to put two batteries in a phone rather than one huge battery that can provide similar power.

According to iBall, Andi 4.3j features one 1630 mAh and another 900 mAh battery, which gives total output of 2530 mAh.

Other features of the smartphone include 4.3-inch display, 3G video calling, 1GHz processor, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth. The smartphone has been priced at INR 9,499 and will reach the stores soon.

“We are excited to launch for the first time in India a dual Battery smart phone. Battery backup is the major problem to the smart phone users. Realizing the high utility of smart phones, long hour chatting and longer browsing we have launched this stylish dual battery phone to provide unhindered and seamless usage,” said Sandeep Parasrampuria, Director, iBall.

There is no word on the resolution of the display or storage in the smartphone.


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5 thoughts on “iBall announces dual-battery Android phone Andi 4.3j, priced at INR 9,499

    viki

    (October 17, 2012 - 6:22 pm)

    WVGA display and 2 GB internal storage

    userx

    (October 10, 2012 - 12:04 pm)

    “Yes, there are two batteries in the smartphone, and we don’t see a reason why iBall would like to put two batteries in a phone rather than one huge battery that can provide similar power.” – How dumb is this question. This is a brilliant concept as a user can pull out one battery and charge it while the other one keeps the phone running without having to restart the phone.

      vikram sridharan

      (October 12, 2012 - 1:13 am)

      Ha ha ha, seriously ? When have you ever removed the battery from a mobile to charge it.

    diganta

    (October 10, 2012 - 1:15 am)

    Gingerbread is big let down !! At least ics if not jelly bean is the minimum for new models from brands like I-ball previously launching ics. why go back?? More features are the order of the day…what stopped them?? Budget ? This confuses us if indian manufacturer hires technology from china brands !

      ravi4ever

      (October 10, 2012 - 12:54 pm)

      everything comes from China, hardware software everything.. we need to have hardware developed in Inida to reduce the cost drastically, we have plenty of software developers with us.. we lack behind the investment made to factory, we look for profits in short runs, we don’t want to establish a factory in years and start production is next few years and then wait for profit in decades.. Chines invested in factories decades ago, now they just use their manpower to deliver to the world at any scale..

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