Vision 3 Turbo comes with 3GB+3GB turbo RAM that can mobilize the idle memory to improve the overall running speed and give the user a super smooth experience
itel,No. 1 mobile brand on Thursday launched another path-breaking product christened Vision 3 Turbo that comes packed with 6GB Turbo RAM and 18W fast charging technology making it the first in the segment.
With this offering, the company said it aims to fuel the shift to premium, affordable smartphones in tier 2, 3 cities and below markets, further serving the aspiration of new age consumers who look for speed, performance and affordability.
“Technology is engulfing consumers in tier 2 and below markets, as we see a drastic increase in data consumption, and change in entertainment preference, taste, habits, and media receptiveness.
“At itel, we are trying to be relevant to this changing shift of the consumers in these markets by bringing in the next-gen products backed with innovation, trendy features, lots of value addition and most importantly at an affordable price.
After receiving an encouraging response from the consumers with its flagship SP Vision 3, itel took a leap ahead in launching its premium affordable SP Vision 3 Turbo with 3GB+3GB turbo RAM along with 18W fast charging, which improves running speed significantly to provide seamless and uninterrupted mobile experience to the users.
“Vision 3 Turbo is a testimony to the above insights as this smartphone fuels the aspiration of our consumers by giving them the best in features along with premiumness and superior quality. Our market and consumer insights have helped us in understanding the needs of this generation residing at hinterlands and tier 2, 3 and below towns.
“Vision 3 Turbo is aimed at transforming the lives of semi-urban and rural consumers who want to explore technology. We have worked with utmost dedication to upholding our promise with Vision 3 Turbo. With the expandable Turbo RAM, higher ROM capacity, powerful battery and bigger screen, this device is surely going to fulfil our consumers’ technology aspirations.