Tambo Mobiles announced the launch of its smartphone – TA-40. Categorized as ‘Superphone’, TA-40 will be available in3 colors – Red, Steel Grey and Champagne. The phone comes with a price tag of INR 5,999. The phones will be available across retail stores in India.
The smartphone spots a premium look design with 5.45″ IPS full view display. For quick and secure unlocking, the Superphone features multi-purpose fingerprint sensor and advanced face recognition. The2400 mAh battery of TA-40 ensures a flawless experience of using the phone.
The smartphone allows you to create shortcuts for the data browsed on the screen with Intelligent Screen.
The camera of the phone enables clear picture capture with flash enabled 5MP front camera and 5MP rear camera. The phone also comes loaded with picture beautification features like DualBokeh Mode, Face Beauty and Face Stickers. One can also capture fast motion movements with the time lapse feature.
TA-40 runs on Android Oreo (Go edition) and is powered by 1.3GHz Quadcore processor. It comes with 1GB RAM and 8GB ROM expandable up to 64GB allowing you to enjoy flawless performance of the phone.
Commenting on the launch, Sudhir Kumar, Chief Executive Officer, Agaston Mobile Pvt. Ltd. said, “Tambo TA-40 is a powerful budget smartphone designed keeping in mind the Indian customers’preferences. We have received a good response for the Tambo’s previously launched Superphones TA-3 and TA-4 that are already available in the market. We have seen a great demand for budget smartphones with good camera quality and have specifically designed the phone with advanced camera features with the help of our R&D team.”
Tambo Mobiles is aiming to redefine technology in telephony and bring efficiency in business of mobile phones. Along with innovative and leading edge technology the Indian mobile phone brand is promising a service warranty of 200 days replacement along with warranty of one time screen replacement within 365 days of buying the phone. Tambo already has more than 600 service centres in India and aims to have 1000 service centres by the end of 2018.