Entry-level Comio C1 Pro with Face Unlock launched in India at Rs 5,999

Comio C1 Pro

Comio is probably the most aggressive young player in the Indian mobile market. And its new handset speaks to its aggressiveness. The entry-level handset comes equipped with a Face Unlock feature, which is not seen in this price range. The new Comio C1 Pro price in India starts at Rs 5,999. It will compete with the likes of Xiaomi Redmi 5A, and Nokia 1.

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Comio C1 Pro Specifications

Sporting a 5-inch HD resolution display with traditional 16:9 aspect ratio, it claims to offer distinctive split screen and Pop Touch features. Powered by a MediaTek 6739 processor, it is accompanied by a 1.5GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage. Talking about the camera department, it packs an 8MP rear shooter and a 5MP selfie snapper. The camera app comes enabled with features like finger gesture and smile capture.

Interestingly, the front camera is enabled with face recognition technology, which shall allow unlocking the device using face. This feature is not seen in the price range, which makes it a unique offering. All this is powered by a 2500mAh capacity battery which might offer a decent battery life.

Comio C1 Pro: Launch offers

The young Chinese smartphone maker has tied up with various online retailers including Amazon, Flipkart, Snapdeal, Paytm mall, and ShopClues to sell its handset across India. It will also be available in offline retail stores. If you’re a Reliance Jio subscriber, then, buying a C1 Pro you shall receive a Rs 2200 cashback through 44 vouchers worth Rs 50. This offer will get activated once the Comio C1 Pro user recharges a monthly pack of Rs 198 or either Rs 299. The cash back can be redeemed second recharge onwards.

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