This phone looks sleek with a clean looking frame which will definitely remind you the looks of a peculiar and popular Nokia model. Specs wise, Videocon Zeus has a 480×320 pixel screen, with a 5MP AF Camera with dedicated Camera key and LED Flash.
The phone supports Video Playback with multi format (H.263, H.264 AVC, and MPEG-4 SP, made more impressive by the fact that it has a 1230 mAH battery which will last for 7 hrs Talk Time or a whopping 17 days of Standby Time.
This phone is punched with an internal memory of 512 MB, which is expandable up to a whopping 32 GB. Currently, this phone comes with an Android Version of 1.6 but Videocon claims that it will provide an upgrade to Android 2.1 by October,2010.
The most promising aspect of this phone is its Looks, as it has got many shortcut keys which are well placed and will surely drive more consumers to give this Videocon’s Android kid a chance if compared with its competitor Samsung Wave.
This phone is full of features and you will definitely NOT feel left out in terms of connectivity offered by this phone as this champ phone comes bundled with 3.5G, Wi-Fi, A-GPS, Push Mail Client with G-Mail Server, a 3.2″ Multi-touch (Capacitive) screen with Motion G Sensor and also supports Multiple Bluetooth profiles: A2DP, GAP, HFP, HSP and not to forget it also has GPS and Geo-Tagging too.
If you thought these are the only things this phone comes with, then hold your breath as this phone is box packed with 8GB Micro SD Card, a Car Charger, two Batteries, a Carrying Case, a Charging Adaptor, a USB Data Cable and a Stereo Hands free. Here comes the price, this Videocon’s Android kid comes with a price tag of Rs.12,900 but if you are good at your bargaining skills you can get this phone for anything between Rs 12,000 to Rs 12,500.