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Wickedleak introduces Wammy Neo Octa-core smartphone

Wickedleak launches Wammy Neo smartphone with Octa-core process and Aqua Protect Technology.

By: Tech Desk | New Delhi |
June 13, 2014 6:39:50 pm
wicknew Wammy Neo is powered by AquaProtect Technology

Wickedleak® on Friday introduced Wammy® Neo, OCTA Core Smartphone in the market packed with features like Octa Core Processor and Aqua Protect Technology. Wammy Neo boasts of a beautiful 5-inch HD display, blazing fast performance of MediaTek OctaCore Processor, and a 13 megapixel Full HD camera with a  2200mah Battery. Moreover, Wammy Neo comes with Dual SIM, a new AquaProtect® technology, Full HD camera, and Android4.2OS. In addition, Wammy Neo comes with all the features that customers would love to have it in their Smartphone and more.

In terms of processor, The MediaTek True Octacore Processor (MTK6592).

Besides, Wammy Neo features a 5-inch Full HD IPS display, a 13 megapixel Full HD camera and 5 mp front camera. The camera is even better with features like Motion Capture and Voice Capture. Wammy Neo also includes 2GB RAM, 8 GB internal Memory (Expandable up to 64GB) as security wise the face unlock feature of Android has received a boost.

Pricing and Availability:

Priced at Rs 11,990 only, Wammy Neo is powered by AquaProtect Technology (Optional 1500 Rs Extra) making it probably the most affordable Octa core smartphone available in the market, launched till date with AquaProtect Technology, a specialized process that applies a liquid repellent substance inside and out of the Wammy Neo. With the help of AquaProtect, Wammy Neo can sustain for more than 30mins in water. Deliveries of Wammy Neo would commence from 15th June 2014, at WickedLeak’s website

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