Lemon Mobiles To Launch Affordable 3G Handsets for Rs.3500

By October 28th, 2010 AT 8:35 PM

Indian Mobile Phone maker Lemon Mobiles today announced to bring in affordable 3G enabled handsets to the Indian masses.

The Lemon 3G enabled handset will be in the markets by November 2010 following which the company has plans to launch the Android phone.The phone will be named as the W100 3G phone and will be available in the price bracket of Rs 3500.

While mainstream consumers now are obsessed with the mega pixels available on the camera, built-in memory, FM radio etc, launch of 3G services by will rope in a new host of buzzwords like ‘Dual camera’, Live Mobile TV and 3G Video calling to the common man’s mobile.

Gopal Kalra, Director, Fastrack Communications (Lemon Mobiles) said, “Our aim has always been to provide feature rich offerings to our customers. 3G launch is expected to create a new market segment. By bringing in 3G handsets we would provide our customers with a ubiquitous access to a host of entertainment and enterprise applications.”

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This type of mobile will be good for people who are not internet savvy or those who are not planning to use internet on/through mobile. They will get the most interesting feature of 3G – Video Calling and that too at much lower price.
I think the big players should take a clue from Lemon. Big players are skipping Video calling feature even in their high end 3G mobiles.


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