Coolpad announces the Note 3 Plus smartphone

Coolpad announces the Note 3 Plus smartphone

The company Coolpad, which hails from China and makes smartphones, has announced the new Note 3 Plus smartphone. The device, like many other Chinese smartphones, comes with decent specs and a price of just USD 135, which makes the Note 3 Plus a very affordable smartphone.

The new handset features a 5.5-inch display that works at Full HD resolution and a chassis with very thin bezels, which makes the smartphone look like it lacks bezels at all. Inside the smartphone has a MediaTek MT6753 processor, 3 GB of RAM and 16 GB of internal memory that can be expanded via a microSD card. The Note 3 Plus has its main camera situated in the back and here we get a 13 MP unit with an aperture of F/2.0. The front camera is decent – it has a 5 MP sensor. The device measures 151.9 x 77 x 9.3 mm and weighs 168 grams. It has a fingerprint reader as well, support for two SIM cards, a 3000 mAh battery and a number of connectivity options that include 802.11n Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0, a GPS receiver and more.

The new Coolpad Note 3 Plus smartphone runs Android 5.1 under the Cool UI.

Source: Gadgets.ndtv.com

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