Burg Wristwatch Mobile Phones Now in India

By April 13th, 2012 AT 5:55 PM

Now you can use your wristwatch to make calls and receive calls Burg world’s most advanced Wristwatch Mobile Phone brand has announced its India entry.

Burg Wristwatch Mobile Phones Now in India

Burg has opened 3 retail outlets in Delhi and there are plans to open 20 outlets of Burg within a span of next one year. On the occasion Burg also introduced some innovative models of Wrist Watch Mobile Phones for Indian market including Burg 9, Burg 10, Burg11, Burg 12 and Burg 13 with varied features with price range starting from Rs 9,000 to Rs 24, 000.

With Burg wristwatch features include Internet connection, thru WAP 1.2.1, MP3 / MP4 Player, Frond facing camera, with 3x zoom function, Video recorder, Audio recorder, Voice recorder, Image viewer, File manager Organizer, Task list, Alarm clock, Calculator, Bluetooth capability SMS and MMS capability, Phone book up to 500 numbers, Call history Scratch resistance touch pad, Micro SD card slot,Vibrate function And availability of Multiple languages etc etc.

Burg already has significant presence in Italy, Germany, Russia, Mexico, United States of America, Spain, Chile, Venezuela, Norway, Switzerland etc and now it has tainted the spot light on Asian countries including India.

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Sudhakar : First of all Samsung itself does not have service centres in the cities where NOKIA has. This is not true. Chandigarh, Delhi, Kanpur, Kolkata, Guwahati do have both the Samsung and Nokia service centers. Check their websites http://www.samsung.com/in/support/location/supportServiceLocation.do?page=SERVICE.LOCATION and http://www.nokia.com/in-en/support/contact/care-point-finder/ Sudhakar : Accept your foolish fact that you will dispose your hard earned money in buying these useless, costly gadjets. Damn it. Practically, I never invest in these useless mobile which have colour/ camera/ music/ internet/ video player/ touch screen etc. And I still enjoy my Nokia 1110 (of 2005 modal). Though it has started showing some problems… Read more »

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First of all Samsung itself does not have service centres in the cities where NOKIA has. Then think about this new unknown company. IF you are not ready to accept the fact, do not comment here. Accept your foolish fact that you will dispose your hard earned money in buying these useless, costly gadjets. Damn it.

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