Billion Capture Plus 4GB RAM Price in India

Isaac Cain
November 12, 2017

The Billion Capture+ will be arriving with connectivity features like 4G VoLTE, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, v4.1 Bluetooth and USB-C. The fingerprint sensor too sits at the back.

On the battery front, the smartphone by Flipkart is backed by a 3500mAh battery, which is rated to deliver up to 2 days of life. A detailed look tells you it's a monochrome + RGB sensor combo and not like the one we saw on the Xioami Mi A1 or the OnePlus 5 (that is wide + telephoto lens combo). The back camera is capable of capturing pictures in several modes including. It will come in Mystic Black and Desert Gold colours, and go on sale on November 15, with no-cost EMIs and discounts on select debit and credit cards. The "Made in India" smartphones come in two variants, one with 3GB RAM and 32GB storage at Rs. 10,999 and the other with 4GB RAM and 64GB storage at Rs. 12,999.

The device also comes with an 8-megapixel sensor at the front. The phone will be available for purchase from Flipkart starting November 15.

The Billion Capture+ sports a metallic body along with rounded corners. "We're sure this customer-centricity will delight Indian smartphone buyers", said Sachin Bansal, co-founder and executive chairman, Flipkart during the launch.

However, that does not take away from the challenges that Capture+ will face upon its launch. Hrishikesh Thite, category head, Billion said customers' major pain points in a smartphone centered around battery, camera, storage which is what they've addressed in the phone.

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Additionally, it is important to understand that any smartphone is more than just the sum of impressive internals and features on offer. Xiaomi is known for its value for money offerings, Motorola and Lenovo have brand value going for it, apart from a long history of smartphone offerings. For now, the device should be appreciated for what it is - a good attempt at making inroads into a very competitive segment in the market which already has clearly defined victor (s).

Having said that, any final judgment on the fate of the device should be reserved until it's out in the open and its powerful internals and camera module have been tested in real-world situations. Bansal's move to enter the smartphone space would put it against established rivals like Xiaomi, MotoG, Samsung among others.

E-commerce giants Flipkart & Amazon are in the midst of an ongoing battle for superiority in the sector.

A few years back, Amazon launched its own Fire phone.

"Eventually we want to launch everything". It is a device in the sub 15k category that offers unlimited cloud storage.

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