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iBall has launched two new dual-SIM Android phones, in its Andi range of devices, called the Andi 3e and Andi 4d, priced at Rs. 6,990 and Rs. 9,490 respectively.
The iBall Andi 3e runs on Android 2.3.5 Gingerbread, with a 650MHz processor powering it. It features a multi-hued notification light below the display, apart from a dual-SIM standby option.
Other features include a 3.2-inch display, a 3.2MP camera, a front-facing camera, G-sensor, proximity sensor, ambient light sensor, storage expandability up to 16GB (via microSD card), as well as 3G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and GPS connectivity.
The iBall Andi 4d also runs on Gingerbread, powered by a 1GHz processor. It has a 4-inch display, along with a 5MP camera, front-facing camera, storage expandability up to 16GB (via microSD card), and the same set of connectivity and sensor features.
There’ve been a lot dual-SIM Android phones (across price ranges) hitting the Indian market recently, with HTC the latest major manufacturer to join the bandwagon – the Desire V is available online since last week for Rs. 21,999.