Buy ChampOne C1 For Rs. 501 | World’s Cheapest 4G Smartphone



ChampOne Communications India Private Limited has unveiled a new 4G smartphone which will be available for Rs. 501 only. Earlier Freedom 251 was the cheapest phone which was priced at Rs. 251 but now the market has become more competitive as ChampOne will soon be launching ChampOne C1, a 4G smartphone, for Rs. 501 only. Going deep inside the company data, Champone Communications India Private Limited has been incorporated on 27th May 2016, which means the company is only three months old.

The company identification number (CIN) of ChampOne is “U52599RJ2016PTC055084” and is registered as a non-government company. The company email address according to the MCA database is while the registered address is “M-3, KASTURI PLAZA, CHOPASNI ROAD, BOMBAY MOTOR CIRCLE, JODHPUR Jodhpur RJ-342008 India”. Going further into the company’s details we found that the business had been registered by two directors, i.e. Amit Mathur and Naveen Gehlot. The company has been registered with the Authorised Capital and Paid-up Capital of Rs. 11,00,000.


ChampOne C1 Specifications

  • Display: 5.0 inch IPS
  • Resolution: 1280 x 720 pixels
  • Operating System: Android 5.1 Lollipop
  • RAM: 2GB
  • Processor: MT6735 1.3GHz Quad-core
  • Internal Storage: 16GB
  • Battery: 2500 mAh
  • Primary Camera: 8MP
  • Secondary Camera: 5MP

Leaving behind the company’s details, let us share some information about the upcoming ChampOne C1 smartphone. The phone is packed with 1.3 Quad Core processor, 2GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage. It will come with 5.0-inch HD IPS display with bright colours. It sports an 8MP primary camera accompanied with 5.0 MP front-facing camera.

The first flash sale for ChampOne C1 will begin on 2nd September, and you can register for the same via their official website, The phone will be available in three colours, i.e. White, Silver and Gold. It is packed with 2500 mAh battery. The most attractive features of ChampOne C1 are 4G network support and fingerprint sensors.

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