Vodafone Unveils Magic at Work

vodafone-magicTelecom major Vodafone has launched a Windows-based mobile device in India at just Rs 9999. The handset includes a replacement warranty of 2 years, PUSH email facility and 2.5 QVGA colour display. The device is also equipped with a Camera and MP3 player.

With the Idea of capturing the elite mobile segment i.e. subscribers using Windows-based handsets mostly for official transactions and checking their mails at ease when out of office, this handset seems quite worthwhile for this class, rather the Camera and MP3 player keeping in hold the versatility of Phone.

Following are its features in details

Offer price: Rs 9999
Replacement warranty: 2 Years
Colours: Graphite
Weight: 130g
Dimensions (Depth x Height x Width) in mm: 14.5 x 113 x 65.4
Standby time: up to 220 hours
Talktime: up to 240 minutes
Screen resolution in pixels: 320 x 240
Colour depth: 65k colours
Screen size in inches: 2.5
Predictive text functionality
Send/ receive SMS upto 459 characters in 3 segments
Expandable Memory: up to 4GB
Vibrate alert
Speaker Phone
Voice Recording
Network Access: GSM on 900/1800/1900 MHz GPRS / EDGE class 10 Voice: FR, HR, EFR,AMR-NB
Bluetooth
USB charging port
GPRS
Other accessories: Rechargeable Lithium-ion battery, AC charger,USB cable,Wired stereo headset,Software CD

Other Applications: Push email support (Visto, Microsoft ActiveSync Exchange), push email client (POP3/IMAP4) with MS standard set up wizard,Windows Live appplications (Messenger, Emails), Java

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Swaps
September 22, 2009 6:24 pm 6:24 PM

With 3G at Rs 9999 it would have been a greal deal.

Avishek
September 22, 2009 5:53 pm 5:53 PM
Swaps : No 3G support. Yes no 3G support…it is very dissappointing from a operator like Vodafone…because India will soon at 3G age…so It is prior for all to be ready for this new tech..But I think Vodafone study the Indian situation very cleverly…they know our respected politicians & may be they are sure that India will not get 3G by private operators within few monthes or by few years….so they dont waste money for adding 3G feature to this phone…because if this phone was equiped with 3G then the cost of this phone may be much higher….But Vodafone try… Read more »
Swaps
September 22, 2009 5:29 pm 5:29 PM

No 3G support.

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