Aroma Mobiles Introduces D100

By September 24th, 2010 AT 12:21 PM

Aroma Mobiles Debuts The Handset Market With D110Aroma Mobiles, a new entrant in the mobile handset market, today announced the launch of the an all new mobile handset D110.

A slim & stylish phone is sure to impress you with its looks. The D110 has Dual SIM capabilities like 1.3 MP Camera, long lasting battery and multi-format music player support.

In addition to the above features, this phone is also equipped with Bluetooth and A2DP Support, Stereo FM Radio with recording, Video Player and a Recorder.

D110  has a capacity of 1000 phone book and a GPRS/WAP2.0 and MMS support. Aroma’s D110 comes preloaded with Facebook and MSN Messenger.

Speaking on the launch of its latest model, Pawan Chadha (Director- Sales, Marketing & Service) Aroma Mobiles and Accessories Pvt Ltd, said, “India has been one of the fastest-growing markets in the mobile handset industry over the past few years. We, at Aroma, are constantly striving to provide the young, tech savvy individual with a cost effective yet tech superior handset. Priced at Rs 2699, D110 has all that a person can want in a mobile and lot more.”

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I purchased aroma mobile…its waste.. On second day only screen contacting customercare from 3 days ..but der is no response … is “SECOND HAND CHINA MOBILE”…


D phone’s smell good.

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