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Zen Mobile has forayed into the touch and type handset segment with the launch of new 'Zen M-72 Touch'. Priced at Rs. 1,999, the Zen M-72 Touch features a 2.4-inch colour touchscreen as well as a physical keyboard.
The Zen M-72 Touch supports dual SIM, featuring a 1.3MP camera, video capture, 3.5mm headset jack. It also supports Bluetooth. The new Zen device has up to 16GB extendable memory and is powered by a 1800mAh battery, which is said to give 40 days of back up on standby mode. Other features of the new device include MP3 player and FM radio.
“Zen Mobile is happy to launch the M-72 with touch and type technology encompassing all latest features in the affordable category as part of its strategy, targeting to reach out to the new users in the emerging handset market which is poised to grow day-by-day,” says Zen Mobile MD Deepesh Gupta.
The Zen M-72 Touch is available in two colours – red and white.