Lemon Mobiles To Launch Budget 3G, Android Dual Sim Handsets

By July 4th, 2010 AT 1:37 PM

Lemon Mobiles To Launch Budget 3G, Android Dual Sim HandsetsLemon Mobiles is quickly scaling up its product portfolio to offer consumer a greater choice of exciting devices at really affordable prices!

Lemon Mobile, an Indian brand of handsets, promoted by Fastrack Communications and encouraged by Pacetel Communications Pvt Ltd, plans to soon launch Android-based budget dual-SIM phone. ” We will be launching Android 1.6 phone in the ‘near future’, to be called the P1, where the ‘P’ stands for ‘Professional’.

It will be the world’s first dual SIM Android phone, and will feature push mail, as well as a 400MHz processor,” Lemon Mobile’s Product Head, Rohit Arora, said in a release. Refusing to comment, any further details on P1, Arora, said the company will try to integrate innovative features in most affordable price range.

The handset manufacturer that at present sources its handsets from China, will soon set up a manufacturing unit at Rourkee (Uttaranchal) strategies involve, setting up of a manufacturing plant in Rourkee, where the company will begin with assembling handsets and later start manufacturing cellphones here. Lemon Mobiles ventured into the handset space in October 2008 and has been making progress by leaps and bounds.

The company that at present works with 60 super distributors, over 5000 distributors and more than 20000 retailers aims to be among the top five players in the next two years’ time. Desi phones have been taking on biggies like Nokia, in the Indian handsets space. Two-year old company Micromax has ranked the fourth largest player in the mobile handset segment. The company has designed a three-year game plan of investing $ 300 mn globally, as it plans to expand operations in Latin America and Africa. It will raise the funds through equity.

Lemon is set to launch an application store in 4-6 months. The store will offer a mix of free and paid applications. Lemon’s soon to be launched iQ 505 will be preloaded with “Lemon Twist”, an application suite with a plethora of offerings. Lemon has partnered with various third party developers like Atom for m-Commerce, Mapmyindia for maps on mobile, Sanptu for social networking, Nimbuzz for online chat.

Currently, Lemon Mobiles has 300 service centres, the company also plans to strengthen its services profile. To the requirements of the upcoming technologies, Lemon will also be announcing 3G handsets. Sandeep Muhsran, director, Fastrack Communications, said.“These handsets will be entry level 3G handsets and will be priced between Rs 3000-4000,”

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Peeyush Kumar

Well, lokk on the specs. So poor. Android 1.6….very old OS having lack to support apps on sdcard..2nd only 400 mhz processor, even not able to run needed apps. Common Lemon, wake up…be wise..see the trend n use mind..dont waste time, effor and fool the innocent public

J.P.Pawar
J.P.Pawar

Perfect time is near to launch Dual sim (gsm+gsm),3g,Android mobile, required to keep in mind is Micromax already launch Android mobile phone.
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