XAGE Launches M738 SPEED Low Cost Dual SIM Touch Phone

By May 19th, 2012 AT 6:03 PM

XAGE Launches M738 SPEED Low Cost Dual SIM Touch PhoneXAGE has launched its low Cost Dual SIM Touch Phone M786 SPEED which is a Bar phone that has 7.1 cm wide color touch LCD display which makes the handset more exciting.

M738 SPEED comes in various color options like White-Blue, Black-Red, Black-Orange and its priced at Rs 2999.

It has a built-in 2.0 Mega Pixels front and back camera. Back camera is along with flash facility and a battery capacity of 1100mAh. It has talktime up to 6 hrs and standby time upto 300 hrs.

This phone has 128MB of in-built memory and expandable memory up to 8GB which helps in storing large amount of data like songs, movies, videos, etc. which is the best part about M738 SPEED handset.

XAGE M738 SPEED has a stereo FM radio with big speaker which comes along with music handsfree. It supports Bluetooth connectivity, auto call record and USB Interface. The Menu Display and the model design gives the handset a very stylish and classy look.

M738 SPEED comes with a High Definition MP4 Player and a MP3 Player all this has been put together to make time spent enjoyable watching movies, videos and listening to your favorite collection of songs.

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