SHARP Enters Indian Mobile Handset Market

By November 11th, 2010 AT 7:36 PM

Japan’s Electronics major Sharp Corp. today entered in the Indian Mobile Phone market via its Indian unit Sharp Business Systems (India) Ltd by launching four mobile phones designed with a trendy twist at the price range between Rs 6500 to Rs 25000.

Sharp Corp launched four mobile phones namely Alice, Blink, Tango and Cyborg. The Alice which is a touch phone is priced at Rs 8500, Blink will cost Rs 6500,the Cyborg at Rs 17000 while the Tango (2G) will be available at Rs 18000 in Indian market.

The company announced that it is planning to bring the 3G version of the Tango phone in next couple of months which is expected to be available at Rs 25000.

These handsets power packed with multimedia features as well as Bluetooth, G Sensor, LCD Screens,Shortcut to Social Networking services, LED illumination, FM radio, dual SIM facility and 3 to 5 mega pixel camera. Some of handsets are also encased in appealing form factors including the standard clamshell or the cycloid with a screen that can be rotated to a full 180 degrees. Moreover, some models also provide an enhanced touch experience to its users.

Speaking at the event, Mr. Sunil K. Sinha, Managing Director, Sharp Business Systems (India) Limited said, “Sharp’s new handsets are in sync with the company’s history of innovation and commitment towards bringing quality products to life. The Sharp handsets symbolize our pioneering technological advancement and continued focus on R&D, and these would prove to be revolutionary in enhancing the mobile user experience, especially with the advent of 3G Network Services in India.

We bring the same degree of quality commitment to the mobile business and assure our consumers of cutting-edge technology that will delight them in all ways including the form factor and one-of-a-kind service response.”

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vinay

bahuuuut mehangaaa hai!!!!!!!!! this way u cant kick THOKIA phones out of market. u hv 2 b lava micrmax max dealers 2 kick thokia out frm market. even samsung has gained much with their good dual sim models.

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Navi

Very high Price, for the Phones that r cheap at features edge.
and Sharp idk this company in mobiles field except it is good at “projectors” business.
This thing not gonna work right know, lets hope good for the future.

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