CHENNAI — Mobile phone maker iBerry is launching its latest smartphone, the Auxus Beast, on April 20, promising what it says will be a rugged high performance device at an affordable price.
Seen in the above video, the Auxus survives unscathed after being punished by a hammer and a pair of tweezers.
Running on Android Lollipop 5.0, the Auxus Beast will support GPS, off-screen gesture sensors, 13 MP rear and an 8 MP front-facing camera, each with auto-focus, along with key sensors powered by a 3,050 mAh battery, the company said.
"For ultra-high performance, Auxus Beast comes with 3 GB DDRIII RAM and a 16 GB inbuilt memory which is further expandable upto 128 GB using MicroSD card," iBerry said, adding it would be available exclusively on Snapdeal on April 20 for Rs.13,990.
"Auxus Beast has a very sturdy and matte finish body with 8.2 mm thickness providing firm grip while holding in one's hand and will be available in black out-of-the-box by default with add-on colored back panels of red, blue and white that can be purchased separately," the company said.
According to Abrar Ameen, business development manager of iBerry Auxus, while its competitors were occupied with allowing consumers to taste economical Android smartphones, his company wanted to surprise the market with a much bigger and and upgraded version with similar costs.