Like me, you hadn’t heard of Kult (the smartphone brand) before today. It turns out this new India-based smartphone vendor has an interesting offering that should definitely be looked at.
The Kult 10 is the first phone from the brand. It is pretty affordable at just 7999 INR / $119, and despite that it has on offer some decent specifications which we’ll take a look at.
Before moving on to what’s inside the phone, what will strike you about the exterior is that it looks a lot like the Xiaomi Mi 4i/4c. Not just that, the screen size is identical to the Xiaomi lot too, at 5 inches.
The kit running the show is a 1.3GHz quad-core processor, presumably the MT6735 along with 3GB of RAM and 16GB of on-board storage. 4G LTE and a 13 mega-pixel PDAF (phase detection auto focus) rear camera are other highlights of the phone.
Besides that, the Kult 10 has a 5 mega-pixel rear camera, a 2350mAh removable battery, dimensions of 143×70.3×7.6mm and an Android 5.1 Lollipop installation.
In all, the Kult 10 seems like a way more attractive device than its name.
Folks in India will be able to buy the phone via Snapdeal.com (only). What Kult seem to have done well is partnering with ‘Telecare’ which will give Kult access to 500 after-sales service points across the country.