First from L Mr. Anshuman Atul(CEO& Managing Director), Second from L Mr. Akhil Dhaundiy(VP), Third L Mr. Arjun Gupta(COO and Co-Managing Director and last from L Mr. Gaurav Aggarwal, VP Product Design & Development OKWU
Homegrown startup OKWU is debuting in India with its IoT module smartphone Pi today. Pi, the budget Android smartphone costs just Rs 5,999, yet comes with several impressive features to draw buyers' attention.
The Android 6.1 Marshmallow powered smartphone comes with a Bluetooth tag dubbed U-Tag which can take care of your belongings and devices. The IoT tag can be attached to any device or belongings and send notification to your phone in case it goes beyond a certain distance from the smartphone. The tag can also upload its current location so that you can find out your stole stuffs easily.
The smartphone packs a 5-inch, 720 x 1280 pixel display and a fingerprint sensor which detects up to 10 fingers in a metal finished body.
Under the hood, the OKWU Pi comes powered by a quad-core 1.2 GHz MediaTek 6735 processor combined with 1 GB Ram and 8 GB inbuilt storage expandable up to 32 GB.
The 4G VoLTE device also houses a 2,000 mAh battery and two camera sensors as primary camera, out of which one is a 8 MP sensor and the other is 2 MP. Both the sensors also come with Phase Detection Auto Focus and Smile to Click features. On the front Pi has a 2 MP snapper.
The Pi will be available for Rs 5,999, while the U-Tag will be available for just Rs 990. For its price the Pi is the first smartphone to come with a dual camera sensor and a fingerprint sensor.