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Wickedleak launches Wammy Neo Phablet for Rs 11,990: features octa-core CPU, 2GB RAM
TT Correspondent |  |  30 May 2014

Wickedleak, on Thursday introduced the Wammy Neo octa-core smartphone in the Indian market for Rs. 11,990.  Like its predecessors Wammy Neo also comes with Aqua Protect Technology. It sports a 5 inch full HD IPS display and will be available in black and white colour options.

Wammy Neo is powered by 1.7GHz MediaTek octa-core Processor with 2GB RAM. It has a 13 megapixel Full HD rear camera and a 5 megapixels front camera for video calling and selfie. This device runs on Android 4.2 OS. Wammy Neo comes with dual SIM. .

The camera is even better with features like Motion Capture and Voice Capture. Wammy Neo also includes 8 GB internal memory that is expandable up to 64GB using microSD card. For power back up it has 2200 mAh battery and as security wise the face unlock feature of Android has received a boost.


Priced at Rs 11,990, Wammy Neo is powered by AquaProtect Technology that is optional for extra Rs.1,500. With the help of AquaProtect, Wammy Neo can sustain for more than 30mins in water. Deliveries of Wammy Neo would commence from 15th June 2014, at WickedLeak's website http://www.wickedleak.org/.

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30 May 2014(IST)  
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