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Zen Admire Swadesh with 4G VoLTE launched in India, with 22 regional language support, priced at ₹4,990: Specification, features

Priced at ₹4,990, Zen Admire Swadesh is targeted at consumers across Tier II and Tier III markets

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Home-grown smartphone maker has launched Admire Swadesh, a 4G enabled smartphone with support for 22 Indian languages. Priced at ₹4,990, is targeted at consumers across Tier II and Tier III markets.

Zen Admire Swadesh comes with 5-inch display and will be available in champaign and blue colors. Zen Admire Swadesh is powered by Quad Core Processor and Android Marshmallow 6operating system. It comes with 1GB RAM, 8GB ROM which is expandable up-to to 32 GB.

Zen Admire Swadesh will be offered with free screen guard and PC case along with six months screen replacement warranty as a launch offer, said company.

Zen Admire Swadesh is packed with Dual SIM and company is offering twin feature that will enable users to set up two accounts on a Dual SIM phone.

Zen Admire Swadesh is packed with Swalekh keyboard and connectivity options like- 4G, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. It is packed with 2000 mAh battery that company claims to offer up to 30 hours standby. Zen Admire Swadesh comes with 5MP AF rear camera with flash.

“Admire Swadesh is yet another brilliant 4G-VoLTE device which will be a true delight for the consumers who are looking at upgrading to 4G enabled smartphones. We at Zen Mobile, aim to offer a perfect combination of high end features and experience at a great value to consumers across Tier II and Tier III markets,” said Sanjay Kalirona, CEO, Zen Mobile.

“Regional languages are becoming increasingly important, specially, in a country like India where multiple languages are spoken. Keeping that in mind, we have introduced 22 regional language support feature in Admire Swadesh to serve the unique needs of Indian consumers, and to overcome communication hindrance,” he added.

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