India’s Nadiex is offering Rs. 1,999 in the Rs. 7,500- and Rs. 8,999-tier to users.
The Nadias top-tier handset, the Z2, comes with a 16-megapixel camera, 4G connectivity and a 2,700mAh battery.
In the cheaper Z1, the phone comes with the same specs, but the camera is set to 16MP instead of 16MP+12MP.
The Z2 is priced at Rs. 12,999 for the 16-MP front-facing camera, Rs. 17,999, for the 2,600mAh battery, and Rs 17,499 for the 4G-enabled dual SIM.
The other flagship smartphone, the N9, is priced from Rs. 5,999 and comes with 16- and 24-megapixels.
The camera is 1.8MP wide-angle and f/2.0, and the phone will also come with a 4G network.
The N9 also comes with 64GB of internal storage, a microSD card slot, and an 8MP rear camera with LED flash.
The phone comes in the standard black colour with an aluminium unibody.
For the next wave of NadiX phones, the company is launching a series of devices in the Z series, which will also include a higher-end handset.
These include the N8, which is priced Rs. 6,999 with a 64GB storage and a 5MP front camera, and will have an aluminium frame and an aluminium body.
The Z2 and Z1 models are priced at $2,999 each, and it is unclear whether the N10 will be sold for Rs 1,99,999 or Rs 1 (around Rs 2,500).
The N10 and N9 will be launched in India at the end of February, the Indian Business Line reported on Wednesday.