Bengaluru based Creo will make the first 'unstealable' smartphone

Creo's first smartphone, Mark 1 will be 'unstealable'

Creo, the start-up based from Bengaluru, achieved limelight after sending out teasers of an Android device that promises to be a ‘new phone every month.’ The company secured $3 million in a funding round in January and has scheduled the launch of their first phone on April 13. With the launch date closing up, more and more details are leaking out to the public. According to a new report from Firstpost, the device will house a 21Megapixel camera unit.

Five reasons why this phone is great

  1. The phone could be priced as low as Rs 9,000 which would pit it straight up against Xiaomi’s new Redmi Note 3.
  2. The phone could be priced as low as Rs 9,000 which would pit it straight up against Xiaomi’s new Redmi Note 3.
  3. The phone could be priced as low as Rs 9,000 which would pit it straight up against Xiaomi’s new Redmi Note 3.
  4. The phone could be priced as low as Rs 9,000 which would pit it straight up against Xiaomi’s new Redmi Note 3.
  5. The phone could be priced as low as Rs 9,000 which would pit it straight up against Xiaomi’s new Redmi Note 3.

 

Apart from that, the report also specifies that the device will come with extra safety features that will render the device ‘unstealable’. The user will be able to track the device despite any amount of factory resets performed on the smartphone. The software will be based on Android Lollipop 5.1.1 but will still have most of the updated features from Marshmallow. The company is banking on the software experience more than anything else. Creo claims to be “working on building the Android experience of the future” by putting out features that are undreamt of on a smartphone.

Earlier, the company released a few images with a resolution of 6144 x 3456 pixels, which apparently comes from the phones camera. This further proves that the phone might indeed feature a 21Megapixel primary camera.

Established smartphone companies like Apple and Microsoft are focussing on the software end of the technology and it seems even Indian start-ups like Creo and Yu have recognized the untapped potential in this field. With just a few days to go, the much anticipated device, with all its features, will be out in the open. Stay tuned for more information.

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