The Idea Ultra II 3G smartphone is shoving its way into the affordable market in India along with the entry-level !d 1000 which is compatible with 3G networks as well. They have been listed on the official website and bring a slew of advanced features for a reasonable price.
The successor to the Ultra, the Idea Ultra II has been fitted with a 5.5-inch touch display that can be expected to have a wide viewing angle. This capacitive screen’s resolution is 960 x 540 pixels and it has a 2MP webcam for company. You can use the latter for making video conferencing calls, while the rear-facing 8MP snapper comes in handy for capturing good-quality images and movies.
Based on the Android Jelly Bean OS, the device is powered by a quad core processor ticking at 1.3GHz and 1GB of RAM. It tags along connectivity features like Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS and more and draws power from a 2500mAh battery. Although there’s merely 4GB onboard memory, you get the option of increasing it further by up to 32GB using a microSD card.
Idea !d 1000:
As for the !d 1000, it is a 3.5-inch smartphone powered by the Jelly Bean 4.2.2 platform and fueled by a dual core processor ticking at 1GHz. The chipset seeks assistance from 512MB of RAM and the phone brings merely 4GB of ROM which is expandable further by up to 32GB. A single 2MP camera rests on the flip side and a 1300mAh battery has been provided for keeping it charged for an entire day.
The Idea Ultra II has been priced at Rs 12,500 and the Idea !d 1000 costs Rs 5,400.
Main features of the Idea Ultra II:
– 5.5-inch capacitive touchscreen
– 2MP webcam
– 8MP rear camera
– Android 4.2
– 1.3GHz quad core SoC
– 1GB RAM, 4GB expandable ROM
– 2500mAh battery