iVK launches its new, attractive touch mobile phone under the SICT banner – the Ivory. Christened with an elegant name, the mobile phone also packs in some peppy content for Bollywood fans on a free 2GB card that comes with the device. Ivory is a complete multimedia phone with extra large full-touch 8.1cm display and a 1400mAh battery. iVK has priced this phone affordably at 3,600, and it comes dipped in shades of pink and blue. Claiming to serve as an entertainment device, the free microSD is loaded with Bollywood songs, movies and screensavers.
It also features the King Movie technology that can be used to store up to 50 movies in the 2GB limited space. King Movie is a high-rate compression video format, which enables users to keep more movies in a limited storage space, in order to offer better user experience. It also keeps embedded film information, like the movies’ length, time and so on. Ivory promises good audio and video, and can categorize your video clips into Action, Adventure, Drama, Kids, Fantasy, Horror and more. The phone comes with 16GB expandable memory and embeds a 1.3 mega pixel primary camera with torch light and also a VGA front camera. “Keeping our trend “value for money” for our customer, we are providing torch light with camera used as flash light , a unique feature,” said Anil K Kaushik Co-Founder and Director, iVK Mobile.
Stylish and affordable
Ivory also has a slew of features, such as Caller Black List, Torch Light, Mobile tracker, FM player, Video player (plays all major video formats .kmv,3GP, mp4 and Avi), and Audio player that plays all audio formats. It has a 3.5mm universal audio jack and also a video recorder and audio recorder. It supports Bluetooth A2DP, along with image viewer and packs in some popular apps, like Talking Tom, Angry Birds, Puff and more. Some more key attributes of the Ivory are its support for Live Video Wallpapers. This Java-enabled phone allows users to download and run external Java applications that can be saved in the T flash card. SICT Ivory bundles a USB cable and a security mechanism to shield the phone from theft, while users can also block unwanted numbers (up to 100) through its Black List feature.
Published Date: May 17, 2012 02:36 pm | Updated Date: May 17, 2012 02:36 pm