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Videocon strengthens 4G smartphone portfolio with the 4000mAh powered Ultra30

Videocon Smartphone, India’s fastest growing mobile phone player today announced the launch of its latest device, Ultra30 in partnership with online portal Packed with advance features such as 4000 mAh battery, 3GB RAM, 32Gb ROM, MiraVision, Cast Screen, camera with LED selfie Flash, Dual WhatsApp, SOS-Be-Safe, Gesture Control, Ultra30 intends to continue the standard set by Videocon in design & craftsmanship in the handset market. The Ultra30 has brought Videocon’s latest innovation in camera, memory and battery power.

A camera experience unlike any other in the segment & great pic quality:

The Ultra30 sports a 13 MP Auto Focus with Dual LED Flash rear camera while also housing a 5 MP Front Camera with LED selfie Flash. The rear camera has Gorilla Glass Camera Lens which protects it and with the Phase Detection Auto Focus, you’ll be to capture the perfect shot every time. The camera also has Smart Wide Dynamic View (SWDR) and ISOCELL technology to enable wide angled panoramic shots and ensures that images are clear and sharp even in low light conditions.

More power to last and run it faster:

The device runs on Android’s Marshmallow 6.0 operating system and is powered by MTK 1.3GHz Quad Core (64-Bit) processor for better multitasking and faster experience on 4G. The Ultra30 is supported by 3 GB RAM and 32GB ROM, which could be expanded up to 64GB. It is backed by a powerful 4000 mAh battery with 20% faster charging feature to give a lag free seamless experience to consumers.

Amazing visual treat:
Ultra30 features a stunning 720x1280 resolution 5 inchfHD IPS display screen supported by MiraVision combined with DragontrailX 2.5D curved glass for smooth touch experience and scratch resistance screen. While the 5 inch HD IPS display supported by MiraVision offers a range of visual enhancements for images and videos. The device also has Cast Screen that allows to display whatever is visible on the mobile's screen on big screen of TV.

And many more stuff:
The Ultra30 also support Voice-Over-LTE for high quality calls and faster call connection as compared to a traditional GSM or CDMA call.

Ultra30, like other Videocon Smartphones comes with the pre-installed SOS-Be Safe emergency response app which empowers the user to get help effectively during any emergency. This latest offering from Videocon also features Dual Whatsapp and Gesture Control.

Mr. Akshay Dhoot, Head of Technology & Innovation, Videocon, said, “With the launch Ultra30 today, Videocon Smartphone continues to be a brand that constantly innovates in order to offer best in line smartphones. It has been our endeavour to stay ahead and lead the constantly changing scenario of the handset industry. While we plan to introduce features like Selfie Flash, SOS-Be Safe and Dual WhatsApp in all our devices, we are focusing on making all our devices 4G VoLTE enabled.”

Ultra30 also offers Unlimited Entertainment with its pre-installed ErosNow app wherein users get a full theatre experience for 12 Months giving access to over 3000 movies and music videos. The handset also offers an opportunity to plunge into most engaging gaming experience with free game on Gameloft app.

Ultra30 is available on for a special introductory price of INR 8590.


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