Maker ‘cheapest smartphone’ arrested
The director of the Ringing Bells, the Indian company that claimed to be the cheapest smartphone in the world, is arrested on allegations of fraud.
Mohit Goel was arrested after one of the distributors of the phone had said that he is the mobile phones not included got, while he however had paid.
Director Mohit Goel will for the court to justify, reports the BBC. According to the police are more complaints were received about non-delivered phones.
The Freedom 251-phone was a year ago in India for a price of 251 rupees in the sale. That has been converted to €3,50.
The budget smartphone was released a year ago already under fire. According to an Indian trade organisation will hear the price to be much higher given the components used.