After introducing Dazen 1 and the Dazen X7, Chinese telecom firm Coolpad has revealed its plans of releasing a new phablet in India. Dubbed as Dazen Note 3, the mid-range device with fingerprint sensor is touted to be priced under ₹ 10,000. If the phablet really launches at such a low price, Dazen Note 3 will set the record of being the cheapest smartphone with fingerprint scanner in the market.
According to the leaked specifications, Dazen Note 3 has a 13.97cm (5.5-inch) HD display with pixel density of 720p.
Though the smartphone has already been launched in China with 2GB RAM, the company had previously announced that it might upgrade the memory to 3GB. While it is not clear if the device will come with 2GB or 3GB RAM, it packs 16GB of internal storage.
Backed by 3000mAh battery, the phablet features a 13MP rear camera with LED flash and auto focus along with a 5MP front-facing camera. Interestingly, both rear and front-facing cameras are expected to have CMOS image sensor for better image quality.
The dual SIM smartphone supports 4G and 3G on both the slots. Apart from dual-SIM, its connectivity options include 4G LTE and GSM. Dazen Note 3 is expected to be available in white and black colour. Meanwhile, the firm has received 2.6 million pre-orders for Dazen Note 3 in a week in China.