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MTS India has announced the launch of a new Android-based CDMA smartphone called MTag 353. Priced at Rs. 5,999, the MTS MTag 353 runs on Android 2.3 Gingerbread operating system and is powered by an 800MHz Qualcomm processor.
The MTS MTag 353 features 3.5-inch capacitive display with 320x480 pixels resolution, 3MP camera, expandable memory slot of up to 32 GB, pre-bundled with a 2GB card in box and a 1,500mAh battery. The package also contains 2 additional back covers (yellow and white).
“MTS MTag 353 is yet another class leading and one of the most stylish Smartphone from MTS. Aimed at the on the move, tech savvy youth, it comes bundled with exciting High Speed Data and Voice plans,” Leonid Musatov, Chief Marketing & Sales Officer, MTS India is quoted as saying.
MTS is offering MTag 353 buyers 512MB data for 2 months, 500 mins local and STD per month for 3 months and 1p/2sec Local and STD for 6 months with Rs. 154 FRC. The MTag 353 customers will also get access to MTS TV for one month.
The telecom operator has previously launched quite a few MTag-series CDMA smartphones. The company recently launched MTag 351, MTag 352 and MTag 281 Android smartphones.