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Obi Worldphone SF1 Coming Soon to India with 3GB RAM

There are bunch of Smartphone makers available in the market these days and certain the Obi Worldphone is one among them. Nevertheless, the CEO of Obi Worldphone is an ex-CEO of Apple Inc. However, the Obi Worldphone is familiarly known as “Obi Mobiles” and the same has been scheduled to re-enter into the Indian market with a newbie Smartphone. The new mobile from this maker is certainly termed as “Obi Worldphone SF1”. Interestingly, the mobile is made available in two distinctive features like 2GB RAM & 3GB RAM with each as 16 & 32GB internal storage respectively.

Obi Worldphone SF1 Priced Around Rs.15000/-:
Obi Worldphone SF1 Coming Soon to India with 3GB RAM
Obi Worldphone SF1 Coming Soon to India with 3GB RAM
According to the statement offered by the Spokesperson of Obi Worldphone, the new Smartphone SF1 will be made available at the rate of Rs.15000/- (approximately). This gives us another hint of the Smartphone, which might be comprised of the features that lie beyond the mid-range and below the super-high end devices indeed. The new Obi Worldphone SF1 mobile is designed by the product Studio Ammunition, which is based in San Francisco. This mobile maker is also developed a custom User Interface (UI) based on Android indeed.

Let us go through the complete specs table of the Obi Worldphone SF1 in the following lines.

Specs Highlights of Obi Worldphone SF1:
  • 5inch JPD In-Cell IPS Display
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 615 CPU
  • Adreno 405 GPU
  • Android Lollipop 5.0.2 OS
  • 13MP Rear & 5MP Selfie Camera
  • Dual Micro SIM slots with 4G Support
  • Quick Charge 1.0
  • 3000mAh Battery capacity

In terms of the operating system, the mobile is featured by the trendiest Android Lollipop version 5.0.2 OS right out of the box. As earlier statement, the operating system is also featured with the custom ROM for the better User Interface. While coming to the display perspective, the mobile is supported by the 5inch of JPD in-cell technology made IPS display with the finest craft of Full HD (1920*1080) pixels for the superior visualization. Interestingly, the display is well protected by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 615 CPU, where the clock speed ticks about 1.5GHz. With the help of the Adreno 405 GPU, you could really experience the better gaming from the play store.

The camera segment of the Obi Worldphone SF1 mobile is boasted with the 13MP camera at the rear end, whilst the front snapper is made available with the capacity of 5MP. The autofocus technology and the LED support help you to take sharp images even at the low light areas.


The mobile is supported with the dual SIM (micro) for the mobile communication networks, which is superbly support the 4G LTE (bands) networks in India. In terms of other features, the mobile comes with the Dolby Audio Surround system for the better musical experience. The 3000mAh battery is poised with Quick Charge 1.0 facility, which will help you in getting back to track at the earliest time.

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