Celkon Octa 510 with 5-inch HD display goes on sale for INR 8,990

Celkon Octa 510 Sub-INR 10K smartphones seem to be raining these days and the latest to join this flood is Celkon’s Octa 510 smartphone. Sporting a 5-inch HD display, the Octa 510 has been priced at INR 8,990 and can now be grabbed from ebay India. We expect expanded availability in the coming weeks.

As the name suggests, Celkon Octa 510 is powered by an octa-core processor, which is clocked at 1.4GHz. Other specifications of the phone include Android 4.4, dual-SIM support, 1GB of RAM, 8GB of internal storage and microSD card slot. In addition, Celkon has included 2000 mAh battery, 3G connectivity, 8MP rear camera with dual-LED flash and 3.2MP front shooter in the smartphone.

On the software front, the phone packs voice-shutter for selfies, smart gesture support, intelligent wake and a bunch of pre-loaded apps like document viewer and photo editor.

The smartphone has been released in the White colour option and will be competing with the likes of Yu Yureka (review), Alcatel OneTouch Flash and XOLO Omega 5.0 in the country.


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2 thoughts on “Celkon Octa 510 with 5-inch HD display goes on sale for INR 8,990

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    (January 13, 2015 - 10:55 am)

    “The smartphone … will be competing with the likes of Alcatel OneTouch Flash and XOLO Omega 5.0 in the country.”

    @ Gaurav – You missed the most obvious one. If I’m in the market for a desi branded octa core smartphone for 9K, why on earth am I gonna chhose this over and above the much, MUCH better spec’d MMX Yureka? https://www.androidos.in/2015/01/yu-yureka-review/

      Gaurav Shukla

      (January 13, 2015 - 12:06 pm)

      Yes, the Yu Yureka is clearly better than this.

      Whenever I think about octa-core budget phones only MediaTek-powered smartphones come to my mind, guess that’s why I missed Yu Yureka. Now that Qualcomm has gone the MediaTek-way, we will have more of these soon.

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