Zen Mobile, one of the many new players in the Indian market has launched the QWERTY Z 77, a dual SIM (GSM+GSM) phone.
With looks almost identical to the Micromax Q3 which in turn was a rip off of the BlackBerry Bold, the Z77, a rip off of a rip off, has dimensions of 111.5 X 60 X 13.3mm, has a 2.2" display and 260K colors is equipped with a preloaded Opera mini browser, 1.3 Megapixel camera, MP3 playback and FM radio.
The camera features digital zoom, night mode, effects mode, white balance and video playback.
The Z77 also features Bluetooth but no infrared and Wi-Fi. The phone has no built-in memory but has expansion upto 4 GB via Micro SD.
Commenting on the newly launched model, Vaibhav Shastri CEO Zen Mobile said, "India is one of the key markets for any mobile manufacturers. With our new model Z 77, we intend to provide the smartest features which will cater to all the requirements of the customer. With such a product in hand, we plan to catapult the concept of mobile manufacturing onto a whole new level. Also, with the festive season around the corner, we expect this model to be a hit amongst the youngsters."
The Z77 will carry a price tag of Rs. 3,299.
Published Date: Jan 04, 2010 03:05 pm | Updated Date: Jan 04, 2010 03:05 pm