Movil Intros CDMA Music Phone At Rs3999

By April 22nd, 2010 AT 3:21 PM

Movil Mobiles today announced the launch of MC1 CDMA phone designed for the music lovers. The phone has high acoustic clarity and the dual speakers deliver blast of a sound.

MC1 has expandable memory card slot that supports upto 2 GB micro SD cards. To help the user share the music library there is Bluetooth with data transfer capability. The Bluetooth also has A2DP profile using which the music can be enjoyed on wireless Bluetooth enabled headsets.

MC1 supports MP4 and has high resolution 2” TFT colour screen to enjoy video playback, a 2 megapixel camera to capture photographs & record your own videos. The phone also features FM radio and that too with recording facility so that your music collection keeps growing.

The phone is available in Deep Black colour with detailing in Vibrant Orange and in Electric Blue. MC1 is available in all leading mobile stores at a street price of Rs. 3,999.

MC1 Phone Specifications

NetworkCDMA 1X – 800EDGEN/A
Display5.1cm(2*) Color ScreenExpendable Memory
Upto 2GB
Talk TimeUpto 4hrsCamera2 Mega Pixel
Standby Time200 hrsA2DPYes
Phone book500Battery Capacity1000 mAh
SMS Capacity200Special Feature
FM RadioyesOne Touch Music AccessDedicated Music Key
Mp3 PlayeryesLoud SoundsDual Speakers
Video PlayeryesMultimediaEasy Multimedia Keys

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