Fly Launches MV282 Dual Sim Mega Phone Theatre For Rs.2889

Fly Mobiles, has launched the new MV 282, a Mega Phone theatre system with Xtra large display of 7.1 cms, private data protection and Xtra large battery of 2000mAh for Rs. 2889.

The phone boasts of the King Movie technology that can store up to 50 films as against a 2GB T-card that normally stores only 2 movies since KMV takes only 1/10th the size of MP4. King Movie is a high rate compression Video format and enables the end customer to keep more movies in a limited storage space and brings better user experience.

It keeps embedded film information, classification, film length, year, actor, story briefing etc. It maintains good audio and video quality. Fly MV282 mobile phone can categorize your Video clips into Action, Adventure, Drama, Kids, Fantasy, Horror and many more.

The phone has a 32 GB Expandable memory coupled with 2 mega pixel camera and Auto call recorder. The phone is also well equipped with other security features like Caller Blacklist, Schedule SMS, Torch Light, PC sync support, Anti theft.

Fly MV282 supports M-Sync tool for PC Synchronization. By using M-sync tool one can synchronize the Phonebook, SMS, organizer with your PC. Also the phone can be used as a Dial up connection.

Another unique feature of the phone is that MV282 Supports Live Wallpapers. The user has the option of using either a gif image as wallpaper or set a Video on your Idle screen. MV282 is Java enabled enabling the user to download and run external Java applications which will be saved in your T flash card.

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  • Nirmal February 23, 2012 8:52 pm

    Hi Sudhakar, Yes i can prove it. I am using fly B430 DS from last 2.5 years and also i am using its pc suite for mobile internet (by connecting to PC) as it saves lot of money (Rs 199 for 3 GB)when 3g was yet to launch. By the way it is the dual sim phone and when did nokia enter in the market with its dual sim phone? so how can you say it the copy cat. It was the first mobile phone which was preloaded with Nimbus and Snaptu Apps with qwerty key pad. Now i think you are the sick person. I am using mobile phones from 2002…. LOL LOL LOL.

  • Sudhakar February 22, 2012 8:45 pm

    To Nirmal :

    I am only in favour of branded companies. Can you prove that there are more authorized service centres for these local phones compared to the branded ones?. Tell me.

    If you people go on support local companies, they will keep on cheat you with crap phones. These third class companies copy the patent and design of Nokia and other branded phones. Damn it. From this itself you can conclude that they cannot even make a single model by themselves. LOL LOL LOL. Local copy cats. Sick.

  • Sudhakar February 22, 2012 8:37 pm

    To vinay :

    If you cannot even afford to buy a BRANDED mobile, do not comment here. You do not have such qualities.

  • Sudhakar February 22, 2012 7:02 am

    Anuj,
    What are you coming to say?.

  • ArjunA February 22, 2012 4:45 am

    Akzey :
    @RDB Did you mean video format MKV or KMV?

    Even I thought that this must be the MKV or Matroska container format. But a quick lookup and I found out this being not the case. This seems to be some “King Movie Video” format found in Celkon and Fly phones. RDB and Sanjay Bafna, would you kindly provide us a link to a software for this video format ?

  • Nirmal February 22, 2012 2:21 am

    Hi Sudhakar

    I think you are working for Nokia…. If you have time, just visit to the site of other branded and non branded like Fly mobiles companies and definitely you will get all your answers…..

  • anuj February 21, 2012 9:35 pm

    @Sudhakar
    Obviously, you need some education regarding which devices need to be compared with each other. For someone claiming that people ‘blindly comment’, it is amazing that you yourself do the same! At no point in the comments I (or other people) have said that Android or other OS do not have their advantages. They DO. Thats a matter of fact and does not require you to shout about it from rooftops of forums. What does not seem to penetrate your understanding is that the Java phones have their own advantages and more importantly at an economically attractive price point. period. Its the cost-benefit at the end of the day and most GPRS customers can and do get along with the Java phones – me included. And Oh, if you compare boot up times of computers with mobiles, it is a sad reflection on your ability to reason.

  • Sudhakar February 21, 2012 6:00 pm

    Nirmal :

    I never said that someone ordered me to buy it. Talk with 6th sense. Ok?. Even if someone orders, I will not buy these kind of 3rd class local phones. LOL LOL LOL.

  • Sudhakar February 21, 2012 5:56 pm

    To anuj :

    You are waiting for a PC to boot up know?. Then why can’t you wait for Symbian and Android phones to boot up?. If you cannot wait, then go and buy Nokia 1280. You do not have any qualities to talk about multitasking phones.

    JAVA applications can be installed in Symbian and Andriod phones but what about vice versa?.

    To all :
    Till now no one has commented on my reply of MULTI TASKING. This itself proves that you cannot do multi tasking in JAVA phones. LOL LOL.

    I am in favour of cheap mobiles. But not in favour of CHEAP / LOCAL COMPANIES.

    Do not comment here :
    > If you cannot find out the differences between branded and local phones.
    > If you cannot find out the differences between JAVA and Symbian / Android phones.

    The only thing is JAVA phones do not need certificates to install softwares. Thats all. If you maintain properly, even Symbian and Android phones will be virus free just like JAVA phones.

    I think who comment blindly about my opinion are MOBILE ILLITERATES !!!!.

  • anuj February 21, 2012 3:13 pm

    magnet :
    @Sudhakar
    i think u r arrogant.

    Not only arrogant but also stupid. I have a 3G Android Samsung Galaxy as well as a Java based Lava KKT70 phone. The Java phone boots faster, loads the RSS feeds fast, easy to type and is not a battery hog. Java phones do have their advantages in selected apps. It is like saying that just because there is a Mercedes, Maruti does not do the job of transportation – which is the primary job of the car :)

  • Akzey February 21, 2012 2:19 pm

    @RDB Did you mean video format MKV or KMV?

  • rahulraj February 21, 2012 2:17 pm

    Sudhakar :
    All JAVA phones are waste. Multiple applications cannot be opened. Multiple applications (without closing the current opened application) can be opened in Symbian and Android. Only beggars will buy this kind of phone.

    BRO IT SEEMS “SHASHI THAROOR” IS UR FAN

  • rahulraj February 21, 2012 2:14 pm

    magnet :
    @Sudhakar
    i think u r arrogant.

    +1

  • rahulraj February 21, 2012 2:12 pm

    Nirmal :
    Hi Sudhakar, Who ordered you to buy it? Same features in nokia will cost you 7000-8000 Rs. This mobile is for the people who can enjoy its all benefits in low budget as compare to the costlier ones. I am using both Nokia and Fly but i can say fly is the better one as compare to Nokia in many ways….

    +1

  • PD February 21, 2012 11:34 am

    Even branded phones, except Nokia, does not have AFFORDABLE compatible spares available in the market. Samsung, e.g. gives PHONES, and other appliances at cheap rate, but when it goes to the REPAIR TABLE – Chaar anney ka murgi, Baara anney ka masala syndrome (25p chicken/flesh and 75p for spices!).

  • magnet February 21, 2012 10:11 am

    @Sudhakar
    i think u r arrogant.

  • Sudhakar February 21, 2012 9:14 am

    Sanjay,
    Well said.

  • Sudhakar February 21, 2012 9:12 am

    Correction :
    Moreover these 3rd class LOCAL mobiles do not have proper service centres at most of the cities unlike Nokia which has more service centres.

  • Sudhakar February 21, 2012 9:10 am

    What to avoid?. Can you do multitasking (except for radio and music player) in these type of 3rd class LOCAL models (that are the xerox of china models)?.
    Fly, Karbonn, G-five, Maxx etc import mobiles from china and re-make them so as to show to the customers that it is made in India even if they provide valid IMEI.

    Moreover these 3rd class LOCAL mobiles do not have proper service centres at most of the cities like Nokia. I also agree that even other branded companies like Samsung, LG, Sony Ericsson etc do not have as much service centres like Nokia. What do you say for this?. For you guys only money (cheap, cheap and cheap. damn it) is important rather than quality, features and spares availability.

    I think only VIDEOCON is only the PURE INDIAN company. It should open more service centres across India.

    To all users :
    Do not buy mobiles from Fly, Karbonn, G-five, Maxx and other 3rd class local companies. As I said earlier there are less service centres compared to other branded models.

  • aryan February 21, 2012 8:00 am

    is there any phone who has ability to change voice on call? Pls if you know bros.then share it pls

  • BinuJose February 21, 2012 6:58 am

    Harsh words sudha. The last sentence could have been avoided.

  • Nirmal February 21, 2012 1:33 am

    Hi Sudhakar, Who ordered you to buy it? Same features in nokia will cost you 7000-8000 Rs. This mobile is for the people who can enjoy its all benefits in low budget as compare to the costlier ones. I am using both Nokia and Fly but i can say fly is the better one as compare to Nokia in many ways….

  • Sudhakar February 20, 2012 9:04 pm

    All JAVA phones are waste. Multiple applications cannot be opened. Multiple applications (without closing the current opened application) can be opened in Symbian and Android. Only beggars will buy this kind of phone.