The website's details also say that the phone is powered by an unknown 1.3 GHz quad-core processor and a 1,450mAh battery. It runs Android Lollipop and will come preloaded with a handful of apps, such as Women Safety, Whatsapp, Facebook and YouTube, when it ships on June 30th. I've personally used dirt-cheap Android phones made in developing nations in the past (though nothing that costs as little as Freedom 251), and they were slow, unresponsive and generally a pain in the butt. They admittedly didn't have Freedom 251's specs, though, and this phone's newer components might be more efficient. Besides, if you're looking for top performance, you're not its target audience.
The device was designed and manufactured by a little known company called Ringing Bells under the government's "Make in India" initiative. According to XDA Developers, it had a rather controversial media launch recently, wherein Ringing Bells showed off a beta prototype marked with a logo that says "Adcom." The company tried to hide that Adcom branding using White-Out -- seriously -- because it's a known importer of products made outside the country. XDA also lists other controversies surrounding the device, but at only $4, we'll bet people will buy it anyway.