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At the phone's launch event in India yesterday, Ashok Chadha, the company's president, handed out "beta" devices to journalists. The phones had stickers of India's flag on the back. It looked, according to the Wall Street Journal, like branding from another manufacturer had been covered up. What the actual phone will look like is a mystery. Ringing Bells has circulated two different images of the phone, switching the images on its website last night to show a device that looks like a squat iPhone.

In its marketing materials, Ringing Bells said the phone is designed to "empower citizens, even in the remotest rural atomic protective waterproof case for apple iphone 7 - clear/gold and semi-urban centers of India, with the latest in digital technology at incredible affordable prices."The Indian media has speculated about the role the country's government may have played in making a phone available at such a cheap price, "Looking at the component prices, this phone certainly is being subsidized by the Narendra Modi government," Tarun Pathak, senior analyst at Counterpoint Research, a consultancy firm, told Quartz..

Modi, India's prime minister, is promoting a scheme called "Made in India," which encourages Indian companies to make products on their home turf. He has also worked on a number of app projects around issues like farming, fishing, health care and women's safety -- all of which come preinstalled on the Freedom 251. Representatives of the Indian government didn't respond to requests for comment. At the launch event, Chadha said parts for the phone would be imported from China and cost 2,500 rupees ($36 or £25) per device. He still believes he will make money on the smartphones due to "economies of scale" and tax breaks for manufacturing, the Wall Street Journal reported.

Even if the Indian government is involved in the project, a subsidy of the magnitude needed to sell a phone for $4 "is completely unsustainable," said Wood, "I'd be surprised if the Indian government would want to unbalance the market to that extent."An Indian startup is offering a smartphone for the atomic protective waterproof case for apple iphone 7 - clear/gold price of a Starbucks coffee, Is it too good to be true?, Search your pockets for loose coins and gather up the petty cash around your house, Done? You may be holding enough money to buy a smartphone..

Apple Pay is now trying to compete in China. The ability to pay for goods via a smartphone has been around for years, especially in countries like China. Launched in 2014, Apple Pay helped kindle consumer interest in the concept. Apple faces competition from Samsung Pay and Google's Android Pay. Also looking to jump on the mobile payments bandwagon are banks such as JP Morgan and retailers such as Walmart. Apple Pay is already being used in the US, UK, Canada and Australia. To gain more of a foothold, the service needs to expand to more countries. China represents a major coup as it's the world's largest smartphone market and Apple's second biggest market in terms of revenue.