Wicked Leak has now launched a 5 inch smartphone (Phablet) called Wammy Note for Rs. 11,000. The Wammy note runs on ICS OS powered by a 1GHz processor with 512MB RAM.
Under the hood there is the MTK6575 single-core processor clocked at 1GHz. The smartphone supports dual SIM with dual standby mode. On the first look the handset almost looks identical to the Samsung Galaxy note.
Android 4.0.3 sails on 512MB RAM with 4GB internal storage. The capacitive super HD touchscreen display as already mentioned is 5 inches in size with 260K colour output over an 800×480 pixels resolution.
The handset supports 3G, 2G, come with built in Wi-Fi, micro USB and Bluetooth. The Wammy Note is 12mm thin with a weight of 192 grams. There are dual cameras, one in the front of 1.3 MP resolution and the other 8 megapixel camera on the rear with LED flash, Auto Focus and burst mode that can click 16 shots in 2 seconds.
The battery (li-ion) is of 2500 mAh capacity and the box pack contains an extra battery pack which will come handy when travelling. Over all the features look good and a close resemblance (design wise) to the galaxy note.
The Wammy Note is a mixture of Micromax A100 and the Micromax A90. The 5 inch taken from A100 plus the 8MP camera borrowed from the A90. I will be getting the Wammy note review unit next week so except a full review on it soon.
Wammy Note Key features and specifications
- Dual SIM / Dual Standby.
- 1GHz single core processor with Android ICS (4.0)
- 4GB internal storage, 512MB RAM and microSD support.
- 1.3MP front + 8MP rear AF camera with flash and burst mode.
- 3G, 2G, Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth, microUSB and 3.5 mm jack.
- 2 x 2500mAh battery.
- Price Rs. 11,000 with 1 year warranty (+ extra charges) – Total 11,299. Visit Wicked Leak site for more info.
Wicked Leak has already announced that they will be launching Jelly Bean updated on many of their devices in September and possibly include the Note too.
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