Russian company INOI released Android-smartphone for 3 thousand rubles

Russian company INOI released Android-smartphone for 3 thousand rubles

Russian company INOI announced the release of its first smartphone, based on the operating system Android. 5-inch INOI 2 Lite belongs to the category of devices of the most basic level, but it costs about 3 thousand rubles. You can order it in the manufacturer’s online store.
The device was based on the 4-core processor MTK6580 with a clock speed of 1.2 GHz, a 5 “display (845×480 pixels) and a battery with a capacity of 2500 mAh. INOI 2 Lite has 1 GB of operative and 8 GB of internal memory and supports the connection of two” “(Or a single memory card up to 32 GB in size.) The resolution of the main camera is 5 megapixels, the” front “is 2 megapixels.

Works INOI 2 Lite running Android 7.0 (Nougat). Each smartphone has an INOI application preinstalled, through which it is possible to contact technical support and ask any interesting question about the company’s products.
Most of all INOI is known as the manufacturer of the corporate smartphone R7 on Sailfish OS, presented at the exhibition Mobile World Congress (MWC) in February last year. This model was presented to the Prime Minister Of Russia Dmitry Medvedev , as well as to the Minister of Communications and Mass Communications To Nikolay Nikiforov . The same model, which operates on the Sailfish operating system certified for use in government agencies, previously purchased “Post of Russia” .
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In this case, INOI does not abandon the platform Sailfish OS: the company promises to continue the release of devices based on the only OS in Russia, approved for use by officials. Recall, the development of the operating system Sailfish is owned by Russian shareholders (the key one is a businessman Grigory Berezkin ) company “Open mobile platform”. Berezkin is also a co-owner of the Finnish-based Jolla, who originally developed Sailfish, based on Nokia, and now focuses on the release of “iron” on it.

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