The Coolpad Note 6 Android smartphone launches exclusively offline in India
Chinese brand Coolpad has been quite silent lately, but this does not mean they are out of business. However, the new Coolpad Note 6 only gets a limited release in India, where it can only be found in the offline space of 8 states (out of a total of 29).
This budget handset comes with a dual selfie camera setup that combines an 8 MP sensor with a 5 MP camera, thus enabling the user to snap 120-degree wide-angle shots. The main camera on the back has a single 13 MP sensor, a six-piece lens, and an aperture value of f/2.2.
The other specs and features include a Qualcomm Snapdragon 425 processor, 4 GB RAM, 32 GB or 64 GB internal storage, a headphone jack, micro USB connectivity (sadly, there is no Type-C), as well as dual-SIM support, WiFi, Bluetooth, and GPS. The 5.5-inch does not go with the ubiquitous 2:1 aspect ratio we keep seeing these days, going for a rather classic 16:9 instead.
The Coolpad Note 6 comes with a generous 4,070 mAh battery that should provide at least one full day of intensive use. Since the handset comes with Android 7.1 Nougat, it will probably never get an Android Oreo update.
The 32 GB version has a price tag of around US$135, while the 64 GB Coolpad Note 6 can be acquired for the equivalent of US$147.