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Magicon Impex has released a new range of smartphones in collaboration with Aircel. The new models include the m1, m2 and the mNote. All three models offer dual-SIM, a proximity sensor, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity, and feature the UltraTouch capacitive touch screen.
The mNote features a dual-core 1 GHz processor, 5-inch WVGA display with 16 million colours, a regular front camera and an 8.0 MP rear camera with auto-focus and flash. It is a 3G Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich device and can create a Wi-Fi hotspot around itself for sharing internet connectivity with other devices. It also includes a 2,000 mAh battery powering it. The Magicon mNote is available at Rs. 9,999.
The Magicon m1 and m2 are both Android 2.3 Gingerbread models with a 1 GHz processor and have a 5.0 MP rear camera. The m1 model features flash and a regular front camera as well. Both models feature a 3.5-inch WVGA display and are powered by a 1500 mAh battery. The m2, like the mNote, is also a 3G device capable of creating a Wi-Fi hotspot while the m2 is a 2G phone with EDGE connectivity. The m1 model is priced at Rs 4499 and the m2 is priced at Rs 4999.
All 3 models come with popular apps like Skype, Facebook, Twitter, Angry Birds and Fruit Ninja etc. already pre-installed.
Mr. Pankaj Anand, Chief Executive Officer, Magicon Impex, said, “Compared to all other touch screen phones available in the market today, our phone offer the most superior user experience.”
The Smart phones come with various data plans offered by Aircel and a 4 GB memory card. Aircel has offered 250 minutes of talk time, 250 SMSes and 1 GB data for 3 months with all three models. Furthermore, each model has a warranty period of 18 months.
Mr. Jitendra Rahi, National Distribution Head, Aircel, said “We are at the cusp of a data tsunami in our country and it’s important for us to take a lead in data products. With Aircel’s endeavor of ‘Internet for all’, the association with Magicon is a perfect fit as it will help drive the smart device penetration and increase data usage.”