Tuesday, September 07, 2004

Reliance Infocomm launches Worlds Slimmest CDMA handset at just Rs 2,999 with Hindi interface

"Dhirubhai Ambani Knowledge City, Navi Mumbai, India, September 7, (Xtvworld) -- Setting the handset market afire, India’s largest mobile service provider Reliance Infocomm has rolled out the world’s thinnest CDMA black and white handset – Samsung Slim – at an equally slim price of Rs 2,999.

Samsung Slim weighs just 80 grams has a four-line display and incorporates 30 ring tones, including 15 Indian tunes and five bells and 16 polyphonic (CMX) ring tones. The sleek phone’s dimensions are: 105x43x13 mm.

Initially presented in stunning black matt finish, the handset has a striking backlight that makes it even more attractive at nighttime. Priced at an affordable Rs 2,999, this is by far the most stylish handset available at entry level. It has English and Hindi User interface with facility to send or receive SMS in Hindi as well as store Phone Book entries, Schedules and Memos in the national language."