Docoss has posted photographs and an unboxing video of the Docoss X1 to show that the phone is real. Ever since the Docoss X1 was unveiled, it has been compared to the Freedom 251 smartphone and people have questioned its authenticity, based on the incredibly low pricing. On Twitter, the company posted four phoots of the phone and said, “Don’t panic real phone real images.” The unboxing video was posted on the company’s Facebook account.
According to the unboxing video, the phone will only be available in black, and will come with a USB cable charger, AC adapter and earphones. The video also informs that the device will come with WhatsApp pre-installed. However, it should be noted that same video was published a few days ago by a YouTube user, Pranav Patel, on his channel.
The Docoss X1 reportedly comes with a 4-inch IPS display and is powered by a 1.2GHz dual-core processor with 1GB of RAM. The device is equipped with 4GB of onboard storage that can be expanded by up to 32GB. There is a 2MP camera located at the back of the phone, while at the front is a 0.3MP camera. The phone sports a 1300mAh battery and runs Android KitKat v4.4.2. Today is the last day to book the Docoss X1, and deliveries are scheduled to start from May 2.
Don’t panic real phone real images pic.twitter.com/Ntb7dW4paT
— Docoss (@DocossSocial) April 28, 2016
In an interview w, Shashi Kant Sharma, Director, Docoss said that the reason they have managed to price the X1 so low is because of affiliate marketing. He said that the phone will have apps like Flipkart, Amazon and other e-commerce apps. When a user installs these apps on their phone, Company will get an incentive between Rs. 22-40 for each. He also said that the phone is manufactured in China and the company imports it.