eBay India announced the exclusive launch of Sonic 1, a new smartphone from Zen Mobile on its platform.
eBay India announced the exclusive launch of Sonic 1, a new smartphone from Zen Mobile on its platform. Priced at INR 5999/- the Sonic 1 will be available exclusively on ebay.in for a limited period.
Sonic 1 offers 2GB RAM and 16GB ROM with upto 32GB expandable memory and 1850 mAh battery for longer use. This stylish and sleek phone has a 5 inch WVGA IPS capacitive screen and is powered by 1.3 GHz quad core processor coupled with Android Lollipop 5.0.2 operating system. It has a 5 mega pixel auto focus rear camera with flash and a 2 mega pixel front camera.
Commenting on the launch, (Zen Mobile Spokesperson) said, "The Sonic 1 is handcrafted for the gen-Y crowd. The all new Sonic 1 2GB runs on Android 5.0.2 Lollipop and has an affordable price of Rs. 5999/-. We are delighted to partner with e-bay and hope to further our association with more such innovative and best priced devices in the coming future".
Pankaj Ukey, Director, Categories eBay India, said “We are thrilled to announce the exclusive launch of Sonic 1 on eBay.in. With the exponential growth of m-commerce in India, there is an increase in demand for affordable phones and Sonic1, packed with new-age technology and unique features, is a complete value for money. We are confident that this is going to be one of the bestselling phones in the country.”
Customers can purchase the Sonic 1 on EMI through ICICI, Citibank and HDFC, credit cards and also redeem their PAYBACK points on the online marketplace. All purchases are covered under the eBay Guarantee which ensures refund or replacement in case a consumer is unhappy with the purchase.
With over 3 crore listings at any given point, eBay India is an effective ecommerce platform for brands, retailers & entrepreneurs to sell. The global marketplace also offers an e-commerce ready store, popular deals properties, high internet shopper traffic and a large global customer base of active buyers.
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