Sansui Horizon 1 with 4.5-Inch Display officially Unveiled in India at Rs 3,999

Sansui Horizon 1

Sansui, the Japanese mobile maker has launched a new budget-friendly smartphone called ‘Horizon 1’ for the Indian consumers. It’s reported that Sansui made a partnership with the Flipkart for the selling & promotion of this model. The key highlights of Horizon 1 smartphone are the 4G with VoLTE support & 2000 mAh battery.

The Sansui Horizon 1 is available on the user’s favorite Indian e-commerce site Flipkart in black & golden color options at Rs 3,999. It features a 4.5-inch or 480 x 854 pixels display (FWVGA) with the pixel density of 218 PPI & it is powered by a 1.3 GHz quad-core Spreadtrum SC9832 processor. It comes with 1 GB of RAM & ARM Mali MP2 GPU with 8 GB of internal memory which can be further extended up to 64 GB using a support of Micro SD card.

From the camera specifications, it includes 5 megapixel rear snapper with the autofocus & S5K5E8 rear sensor with the video recording of 30 frames per second. The camera comes with the features like face detection, HDR, continuous shots, night mode, GIF camera, slow motion recording, panorama, etc. On the other hand, the front camera includes 3.2 mega pixel image sensor for selfies & video calling.

Volume rocker keys & power button are housed on the right side of the edge, and the micro USB port is right at the bottom of the edge along with the 3.5mm audio jack which sits on the topmost edge of this model. This amazingly featured smartphone is available at a low price of Rs 3999 and runs on the two-generation-old Android 6.0 Marshmallow.

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Connectivity options are 4G LTE, Bluetooth, WI-Fi, hotspot, WI-Fi 802.11 standard, GPS, 3G, GPRS with EDGE. Dimensions of this model are 136.6 × 68.7 × 9.75 mm & weight 121.6 grams. Battery capacity of it was found to be 2000 mAh Li-ion battery which can last for one day of normal usage.

It features a panic button with this model that has the ability to send an immediate signal of distress to your list of contacts with the current GPS location at the time of any emergency. By specifying the alert message to your family or friends (pre-specified by the list), it can be easy for you to get the help at the right time & at the right place.