Swipe Elite Plus costs just 7k, but includes a lofty set of hardware. Of course lusting after specs isn’t ideal (you never get to see the fine print warning), but yes they do serve the purpose of getting a product noticed.

Swipe Elite Plus India Launch

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So, exactly how lofty are we talking here?

  • A 5-inch display with Full HD 1080p resolution
  • A 1.5GHz Snapdragon 615 octa-core with Adreno 405GPU
  • 13 MP rear camera, 8MP front camera
  • 3050 mAh battery
  • 4G LTE, OTG

That sounds like a lot of hardware muscle for the price. On the software side of things, there is Android Lollipop based Freedom OS. If specifications turn you on, you can always order Ivory White or Midnight Blue Swipe Elite Plus from Flipkart for 6,999 INR. Or you could wait for the reviews to be out.

Commenting on the launch Shripal Gandhi, and Founder& CEO of Swipe Technologies, said, “A marvel of craftsmanship and technology combines the beauty of Elite Plus.Our products are designed keeping in mind the expectations of Indian youth who is demanding better experience from smartphones in terms of better hardware as well as software. Elite Plus is priced competitively to offer this superior experience to the aspiring youth of the country.”

Swipe Elite Plus Features and Specifications

Model Swipe Elite Plus
Display 5-inch, Full-HD Display
Processor octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 615 chipset
RAM 2GB RAM
Internal Storage 16GB, up to 64GB MicroSD card
Software Android 5.1 Lollipop
Primary Camera 13MP
Secondary Camera 8MP Front-Facing Camera
Dimensions and weight 8.4mm thick and 131g
Battery 3050 mAh removable
Others 4G LTE, OTG
Price Rs. 6,999 INR

3 COMMENTS

  1. i am sincerely thinking about gifting this one to my dad who is more into net browsing and otherwise light to moderate use.. is this good enough to be used without any significant slow down and hang problem that androids usually encounter.. please guide me,… thx

  2. i am seriously thinking about gifting this one to my dad who mostly uses his current Lumia 640 for surfing and otherwise light to moderate work. will this be a good gift for him? thing i m worried about is hang problem and slowing down that androids usually encounter. pls guide.

    • I suggest you wait for reviews to be out, or not buy this one at all. Your dad would surely prefer something reliable, consistent even if it isn’t fancy. So.. among affordable options,you can consider Le 1s Eco, Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 (2GB variant) or Asus Zenfone Max (if the heavy-weight isn’t a deal breaker for you).

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