Swipe Elite Star with VoLTE, 16GB storage launched at Rs. 3999

Swipe Elite Star

Swipe Technologies has launched a new entry-level smartphone in the Indian market. Named as the Swipe Elite Star, the smartphone is not a new one but an upgraded device with better specs. Getting the VoLTE support, the Elite Star has a higher internal storage with the 16GB ROM included.

The Swipe Elite Star comes with a 4-inch WVGA display and it is rather aimed at someone looking to have a smartphone for the first time and doesn’t want to spend a good amount. Priced at Rs. 3999, the phone does have 4G with Voice-over-LTE for the support for Jio network that runs needs VoLTE. The phone has a quad-core 1.5GHz quad-core processor and 1GB of RAM and while there is 16GB internal storage available, the device also comes with a MicroSD card slot for the storage expansion.

For the captures, the phone has a 5-megapixel rear camera and a 1.3-megapixel front-facing camera. The rear camera has a flash support. The Swipe Elite Star runs Android Marshmallow OS and it is also a Dual SIM phone. The device has 12 regional language support and that is thanks to the presence of Indus OS.

The Swipe Elite Star is available on Flipkart for the price of Rs. 3999.

Commenting on the launch of upgraded ELITE Star, Mr. Shripal Gandhi, founder & CEO of Swipe said,

“India is the fastest-growing smartphone market in the world. We have re-designed the popular ELITE Star smartphone based on the feedback from our aspiring customers on their expectation of a 4” smartphone with enhanced internal memory. While we ensure that our products are rich in features – matching with the latest in global technology trends, we also ensure that they are affordable and easy to use for everyone – even for the people in the remotest corner of the country. Powered with Indus OS, ELITE Star supports 12 Indian regional languages, thus emerging as one of the most preferred smartphone across the country, bridging the language barrier among people, and helping us contribute towards the cashless economy.”

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