Maxx Mobiles Launches Touch Screen Phone MAXX ZIPPY

By November 3rd, 2011 AT 5:14 PM

MAXX Mobiles, one of India’s largest homegrown mobile phone companies, has today launched a vibrant, touch-screen phone called MAXX ZIPPY (MT105) for Rs.2549.

Available in Black with Blue, Metallic Red & Orange color, with 2.4” TFT full touch screen, MAXX ZIPPY MT105 is equipped with a digital camera with LED flash. The sleek dual-SIM phone is powered by 1000 mAh battery, offers a talk-time of up to 4.5 hours and a stand-by time of up to 350 hours.

With Wirefree FM radio, you can listen to your favourite program as well as record it without plugging in the earphones.MAXX ZIPPY MT105 is packed with audio player supported in MP3, AAC & WAV formats as well as video player supported by MP4, 3GPP, AVI formats.

The handset also comes with a complimentary 4GB memory card that is pre-loaded with multimedia content including music and videos. The phone comes with an expandable memory up to 8 GB. The handset comes with easy connectivity options like Bluetooth and USB Mass storage.

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han aur imei ke time pe china ka dum pure desh ne dekha………….kaise sare china set ka band bajgaya.


mere bhai ye china ke hi dum thii jo india ke har lavel ke logo ke pass phone pahuch gaye.

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