Byond has added long-lasting B66 Android phablet phone in India to widen the competition further more. Here in this article we go through Byond B66 specifications, features, details, price and availability info.
Among various phablet phones available in India, Byond B66 adds one more to the list with average specifications. As of now among the successful phablet phone in India are Samsung Galaxy Note, Note II and Micromax A110 Canvas 2 Phone. It will be competing with Karbonn A111 another phablet phone featuring same specifications.
Byond has powered B66 with 5 inches capacitive touchscreen display with 5 point multi-touch and display provides 800 x 480 pixels resolution which is pretty ordinary for a large screen phone. It’s powered with 1.2 Ghz single core processor with 512 MB supported and 4 Gb internal storage capacity.
It has 8 mega pixel camera on the rear side with auto focus and LED flash and there is 0.3 mega pixel front facing camera used for video calls. It packs 2600 mAh battery which is only the good thing about this one. It will be a dual SIM Smartphone with GSM + GSM SIM card tray. Byond is also thinking to launch B61 and B65 smartphone in India as well.
Byond B66 has following specifications –
- 5 inches capacitive multi touch input display
- 800 x 480 pixels resolution
- 1.2 Ghz Single Core processor
- Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich OS
- Dual SIM GSM + GSM Support
- 8 mega pixel rear side camera, LED flash
- 0.3 mega pixel front facing camera
- 3G, WiFi, WiFi tether, aGPS
- 512 MB RAM
- 4 GB internal memory
- 3G HSDPA 7.2 Mbps
- 32 GB micro Sd card support
- 2.5 mm headset jack
- 2600 mAh battery
Byond B66 Price & Availability
Byond B66 is priced at Rs 11,500 in India and it will be available via various retailers and online eCommerce sites in India. We recommend you to purchase it via Flipkart if you are looking to purchase it online which provides the best discount and quick on time delivery with cash of delivery option. It will be available in White and Black color variants.
Note: Byond Mobile are officially discontinued in India.