Gretel A9 With Samsung Camera Sensor Launched At $79.99

Gretel A9 has been released with full metal unibody design coupled with Samsung camera sensor and 4G support in black and gold color options at $79.99. Hence, if you are unable to spend a huge amount of money to purchase a premium smartphone, you can consider Gretel A9 since it offers all the rich features of a high-end phone.

As of writing this, you can pre-order Gretel A9 starting February 14 exclusively via AliExpress Twinbuys store. The company disclosed that the phone would be available on Gearbest, Tomtop and other retailers within the next few days. If you would like to buy the handset, you should do it now because only 198 units are available for pre-orders. According to reports, the Gretel A9 will start shipping to all customers from the last week of March.

Even though the Gretel A9 ships with Freeme OS on top of Android Marshmallow, the company will roll out Android Nougat in April. Hence, you will be able to take advantage of all the latest features of the latest Android platform.

On the specifications front, the Gretel A9 features a 5-inch HD display, MT6737 quad-core processor, 2GB RAM, 16GB expandable internal storage. Moreover, the phone is equipped with a fingerprint scanner located on the front-side. The handset is powered by a 2300mAh battery.

While the rear camera is equipped with an 8MP sensor (interpolated to 13MP), the front-facing snapper bears a feeble 2MP sensor, which can be interpolated to 5MP. The highlight of the camera is the addition of a Samsung sensor with support for autofocus, LED Flash including a wide range of modes such as panorama, HDR, night, child and much more.

Gretel A9 is equipped with an improved high-density amplifier, which enables you to experience premium audio experience. You will not face any distortion during usage.

Gretel A9 is an excellent budget alternative to premium handsets for under $100. You will be able to work with only a 5-inch display but still sufficient for simple tasks like phone calls and Whatsapp.

Anand Narayanaswamy is a freelance technology writer based in Trivandrum. He had contributed several articles and reviews for various software based portals. He was recognized by Microsoft as Most Valuable Professional (MVP) for 9 consecutive years. He is the author of Community Server Quickly (Packt) and also published stories in several print magazines. His work has been published inside Manorama Yearbook 2017. He runs his own tech blog - www(dot)netans(dot)com in his free time as part of his passion. He can be reached at [email protected](dot)com.

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