Wynncom Launches India’s first Hindi QWERTY Keypad Phone

After the successful launch of seven mobile handsets in India Wynncom is now set to entice the consumers with India’s first Hindi QWERTY keypad phone-Y-45 which facilitates a tech savvy urban youth to chat in our National language.

Wynncom has devised a new idea to make texting in Hindi possible by introducing a Hindi Qwerty keypad phone. This makes it easier for a user to connect especially in the small towns and villages where one can express oneself in Hindi without any language restrictions.

Amongst the other key features , Y 45 has a dual SIM (GSM+GSM) capacity with a 5.6 cm (2.2) 262 TFT colour screen, supports social networking sites like Opera Mini, Snaptu, Nimbuzz, Facebook, Twitter, MSN etc and also has a Geographic location finder – Saarthi,

The handset equipped with 1.3 MP camera, 1100 mAh Battery (long lasting battery – Talk time of 7 hours & Standby time of 250 Hrs), expandable memory up to 8 GB, Bluetooth with A2DP, E mail facility, PC Sync, Video recording and Playback.

On the occasion of the launch, Arvind Vohra, Co-Founder and Managing Director, Wynn Telecom Ltd said, “With our mission to offer something new and exciting to our consumers we have devised Y-45 a multimedia series mobile phone for those who are looking for Hindi keypad on a QWERTY phone at affordable price”.

Y-45 also allows a consumer to send free SMS’s across India, UAE, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Malaysia and Philippines instantly with an inbuilt soft key for 160by2 – Free Mobile Phone Applications provider(Free SMS service provider)

In smaller cities where English language is a big hurdle for communicating your thoughts while texting a SMS, Y-45 will act as an apt medium for the people to express themselves in Hindi in a better way, Mr. Vohra further added.

This stylish, unique yet simple phone is available just at Rs. 3395.

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Hariram
September 4, 2010 4:37 pm 4:37 PM

Only cheap mobiles are having Indic languages, all the high fi models must include Indic languages in their handset

Rose4u
August 27, 2010 6:50 pm 6:50 PM

After somedays bsnl is going to close its ‘bsnlportal’ & ‘bsnlwap’ settings…..
They are request to use ‘bsnllive’ instead of those…..

Vikas Rawat
August 27, 2010 4:18 pm 4:18 PM

interesting…..

but pricey….

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