10.or (pronounced Tenor) smartphones’ 10.or D will go on sale on Amazon.in at 12 noon tomorrow, January 05, 2018.
The smartphone will be available in two memory variants 2 GB RAM & 16 GB ROM at INR 4,999 and 3GB RAM & 32GB ROM at INR 5,999. Available in two colours – Aim Gold and Beyond Black, 10.or D will offer 1-year manufacturer’s warranty for all customers and an additional year exclusively for Amazon Prime members.
10.or D is powered with 3500 mAH battery that lasts up to 2 days. The smartphone brings fingerprint sensor to the INR 4,999 price point – giving security and access to customers for their phones. It comes with a dedicated memory slot so customers can use dual SIM cards and expand memory up to 128 GB for all their storage needs. Further, the 10.or D is powered by Snapdragon 425 octa-core processor which gives it a lag-free experience and a 5.2” HD screen which gives users a big-screen experience. All these features introduced in the 10.or D have emerged from customer pain points and gaps sourced from the Amazon marketplace.
The 10.or product experience is built from insights curated from hundreds of thousands of customer reviews on Amazon.in. This gives customers a phone with features that are meaningful to their usage and needs. 10.or has been manufactured to high reliability and quality standards – passing 962 different tests – to deliver on the experience it promises. Therefore 10.or is “Defined by you, Created by Us.”
10.or (Tenor) first launched its 10.or E in September 2017 followed by 10.or G in October 2017. All 10.or phones are a part of the “Crafted for Amazon” program and will be manufactured in India, with only the first set of units made in China. 10.or E and G are made by Huaqing Technologies while 10.or D is made by Longcheer Technologies.
Customers buying 10.or D series get INR 1500 back with Jio Unlimited plan at INR 299 per month. Amazon Prime members will get an additional year of extended warranty for all devices. All 10.or smartphones come with pre-loaded Amazon experiences: shopping, Kindle and Prime Video Apps; a daily deals widget all tied together by a single-sign-on (SSO) during initial device set-up.