Creo Mark 1 stylish smartphone soon launched in India: Creo Mark 1 smartphone very soon to be to be unveiled in India on April 13. According to the Indian smartphone startup Creo has announced that its first smartphone ever had that is Mark 1 will be set for launched in India on April 13. The impressive highlight of the smartphone is its customized system of it.
Creo Mark 1 stylish smartphone soon launched in India
Android operating system with the company also promising monthly updates, which will not only fix bugs, but will come with new other features added too. The company said we are committed an further claimed that we have leave no stones unturned especially in this handset as we are to , be building both, the operating system and the smartphone in totality. With our As far as the operating system is concerned we will send to our lovable user’s super relevant updates that’ll keep Mark 1 running just as new one.
This particular handset essential prime focus on providing an improved calling experience to the users, device security, smooth running of apps along with cellular data management. It is very much similar to the approach that Xiaomi and Cyanogen have towards creating their custom Android skins in particular.
Creo is also giving users the option to add a personal touch to the smartphone. As you can engrave a 40 character message on the metal edges that stays the foremost and forever. As per the company policy company hasn not revealed the specifications of the device, apart from its unibody structure featuring thick flat chamfered edges with two speaker grills at the bottom.
It seems to have a unibody structure with two trays on its right hand side of the handset. As far as pricing is concerned, the company says it will be more than the sub-Rs 10,000 smartphone, which apparently makes up for a major chunk of the overall Indian smartphone market.
The Bengaluru-based company announced has reportedly raised $3 million from Sequoia India, Beenext Ventures, and India Quotient, to manufacture its own smartphones.