Coolpad Rogue offers LTE and Lollipop for low price

Coolpad Rogue offers LTE and Lollipop for low price

You may not have heard of Coolpad but this is a name to remember. Coolpad is a very serious Chinese smartphone maker, which happens to be China’s largest smartphone company and the largest Chinese domestic brand by sales outside of China. So as you can see Coolpad is not a brand name that can be easily overlooked.

Now this Chinese company offers an interesting new smartphone that costs just USD 50 but packs a number of modern technologies. The device is called Coolpad Rogue and for this much money it includes a Snapdragon 210 processor with support for LTE and Android 5.1.1. The smartphone will also attack the US market rather than selling in developing countries. In the USA the handset will be sold by T-Mobile but there are no other details.

The Coolpad Rogue also offers a 4-inch WVGA display at 800 x 480 pixels, Adreno 304 graphics, 1 GB of RAM, 4 GB of internal storage and a microSD expansion slot (up to 32 GB). The device also has a 2 MP rear camera and a 0.3 MP front shooter.

As you can see the Rogue is not the most powerful smartphone in the world but the price of just USD 50 is very tempting given what this handset has in store for you.

Source: Android Community

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