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Iberry has announced its Mediatek quad-core Android smartphone for Rs. 15,990. Christened the Auxus Nuclea N1, the device boasts of a 5-inch full HD display.
The Auxus Nuclea N1 comes with MT6589T Quad core Turbo 1.5GHz processor along with a PowerVR SGX 544MP GPU clocked @ 357MHz. The 5-inch display uses OGS (One Glass Solution) for slimmer & sleeker look. The smartphone also boasts of other features such as Gesture control, Voice Unlock, Magnetic sensors and more.
Auxus Nuclea N1 comes with 13MP rear facing camera with BSI sensor and Auto- Focus. A 2800mAh powers the smartphone. The Auxus Nuclea N1 comes bundled with 4 colour variants in the box, which means users can choose which colour panel to use.
Auxus Nuclea N1 will go on 10-day-pre-booking starting from 13 July. 2013 at a price of Rs.15,990 while the regular order price is set at Rs.18,000. The pre-booking goes live on www.iberry.asia as well as on the online portal ebay.in officially.
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