tech2 News StaffAug 22, 2008 14:47:15 IST
Intex Technologies has debuted in the CDMA market with a dual SIM (GSM + CDMA) handset - IN 5050.
The IN 5050 is a candy-bar model that allows the users to multi-task by installing two separate SIM cards belonging to two different service providers (GSM/CDMA) and make a shift between them, without switching off the mobile phone. While receiving calls, the phone flashes from which SIM card the call is coming, along with other call details. The other 'duals' in the gadget include - Dual Stand By mode and Dual Speakers for a clear, high quality audio output.
The handset weighs 88gms, is equipped with Bluetooth, supports 2 GB T-Flash card and possesses a battery backup of 130hrs on standby mode with talk time of 160 minutes. The entertainment package an includes in-built FM, MP3, and MP4 player. The phone also features a 1.3 mega pixel camera and MMS and WAP services. The phone book has a capacity of 1000 numbers and an SMS capacity up to 400.
The phone comes bundled with a 1 GB memory card, an extra battery and a portable battery charger and costs Rs. 7200.
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