CoolPad Cool Play 6 Goes on Sale Today: Price, Key Specs and Where to Buy


CoolPad launched its flagship device the Cool Play 6 on August 21, 2017, in India which will retail for a price of Rs 14,999 and is going on sale today, available in Gold and Black colours.

Earlier this year, CoolPad launched two other devices — the CoolPad Note 5 Lite and CoolPad Note 5 Lite C — in the sub-Rs 10,000 market segment. The company launched 8 devices last year.

The CoolPad Cool Play 6 is available exclusively via

Speaking at the launch, James DU, the Global CEO for CoolPad Group mentioned that India is one of the two biggest markets in the world for the smartphone manufacturer and they have planned to open exclusive CoolPad service centers in 5 Indian cities in the next six months.

CoolPad Cool Play 6 Specifications

  • Display and Design: The CoolPad Cool Play 6 features a 5.5-inch Full HD (1080 x 1920) display encased in a metal body with small bezels.
  • Processor: The device is powered by an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 653 processor which clocks at 1.4GHz.
  • Memory and Storage: The Cool Play 6 sports 6GB RAM and 64GB of internal storage.
  • Camera: The device packs a dual-lens rear camera with two 13MP sensors and a 8MP front camera.
  • Battery: The CoolPad Cool Play 6 is backed by a 4000 mAh battery unit with support for USB Type-C.

The company claims that the battery will power the device for two days in a single charge. The device will support dual-sim (nano) cards.

CoolPad has grown its offline presence to 8 Indian states and plans to expand it to 18 states in the next one year. The company holds 25 percent market share on Amazon in the sub-Rs 8,000 category.

By the end of the current year, CoolPad is aiming at capturing over 6 percent of the total Indian mobile market share, which is currently being dominated by other Chinese smartphone manufacturers such as Xiaomi, OnePlus, Oppo and Vivo.

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