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Wickedleak introduces octa-core Wammy Neo with AquaProtect at Rs. 11,990

Wammy Neo, priced at Rs. 11,990 comes with an Octa-Core processor, 2GB RAM, and AquaProtect technology.

New Delhi |
Updated: May 30, 2014 7:42:01 pm
Wickedleak Wammy Neo comes with  Octa Core processor and 2Gb RAM Wickedleak Wammy Neo comes with Octa Core processor and 2GB RAM

Wickedleak on Friday introduced Wammy Neo, another addition in their Wammy series. The Dual SIM smartphone boasts a 5-inch Full HD IPS display, a 13 megapixel Full HD rear camera and a MediaTek OctaCore Processor.

The phone runs on Android 4.2 jelly Bean OS and can sustain in water  for more than 30 minutes with its AquaProtect Technology which applies a liquid repellent substance inside and out of the device.

Talking about its outline, Wickedleak said that Wammy Neo is designed with better frame enclosure that looks and feels so premium and solid in your hand. In addition, Wammy Neo comes with all the features that customers would love to have it in their Smartphone and more.

Wammy Neo sports a 5 Inch Full HD IPS  display Wammy Neo sports a 5 Inch Full HD display

Besides 13 Megapixel rear shooter, the phone has a 5 mp front camera that offers features like Motion Capture and Voice Capture. Wammy Neo also includes 2GB RAM, 8 GB internal Memory that is expandable up to 64GB.

All of this is fueled by a 2200 mah Battery.

 Wammy Neo features include:

5” Full HD IPS display

Octa-Core processor

13  Mpxl Full HD main camera

5 Mpxl front camera

Full HD video

2200 mAh

AquaProtect Technology

Pricing and Availability:
Priced at Rs 11,990 AquaProtect Technology (Optional 1500 Rs Extra).

Deliveries of Wammy Neo would commence from 15th June 2014, at Wickedleak’s website

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