OREANDA-NEWS. Tele2, an alternative mobile operator, has started selling smartphones under its brand. The device called Tele2 Mini has become the first branded smartphone of the company.

Simple and stylish-designed Tele2 Mini is available at a low (compared to smartphones under other operators’ brands) price – 1890 rubles. The device is put on sale in Tele2 stores in 31 regions of the country including Moscow and St. Petersburg. Residents of the Moscow metropolitan area may also purchase a new device in a Tele2 online store. The operator is planning to launch sales of Tele2 Mini in other penetrated regions.

Tele2 Mini is based on Android 5.1 and is powered by 1.3 MHz dual-core Mediatek CPU, which allows a fast download of mobile applications, video and games, chats in messengers and listening to the music online.

The smartphone’s display has a high resolution on a four-inch screen. A dual-SIM device has 4GB of storage which can easily be expanded with micro SD up to 32GB capacity. Two in-built cameras make the smartphone apt for the use on social networks and video calls. For the comfort of subscribers, two applications have been installed onto device − Tele2 TV and My Tele2.

Jere Calmes, Deputy CEO at Tele2:

“Value for money always remains one of the key principles. This offer, the first in the Tele2 history, entirely fits into this concept. The number of 3G-supported smartphones is rapidly growing on a rapid development of high-speed mobile Internet. That is why we have manufactured a simple, inexpensive and stylish smartphone that is affordable to anyone. We will stick to our low-cost strategy and continue offering our subscribers simple and honest solutions at best price.”