The Chinese mobile maker Oppo has just dropped a budget handset in India, dubbed Joy Plus. Company knows that majority of customers in India go for budget handsets. Hence, the company has brought the device with wallet-friendly price tag of Rs. 6,990. It will soon hit the stores across India.
Company has crafted this device with 4-inch display which offers 480x800 pixels screen resolution. If we compare this device’s display with available budget handsets in Indian market, then we find this device far away from the competition. Dipped the handset in White and Blue color, company has decorated them with gold and electroplated frames respectively.
This dual SIM handset is powered by Media Tek MT6572 Dual-core 1.3GHz processor which boasts the performance speed, working along with 1GB RAM. It makes the full use of Android 4.4 KitKat OS which gives enhanced user experience with company’s own ColorOS 2.0. This custom skin enables this device with several new and customized features. Screen-off gestures let users to activate the screen and launch any app through gesture.
Its all-new touchscreen will allow you to access the phone touch while your hands are wet or you have gloves in your hand. On the storage front, the Oppo Joy Plus comes paired with 4GB inbuilt storage which is further expandable upto 32GB. This phone though disappoints with 3-megapixel rear snapper and 0.3-megapixel front imager, but the Double Exposure and Beautification modes with many custom features. Thanks to its plug-in platform which lets you to turn your idea into reality through the help of pick-up-and play format.