Its tiny form factor is sure to turn heads, and at Rs. 12,500, the modu T is quite a good buy for someone looking for a small capable device that weighs barely anything. However, the lack of Wi-Fi is an obvious disadvantage when compared to other phones in the segment, as is the lack of availability of apps the Ovi Store or Android Market can provide. The phone, it must be said though, does not exactly sit comfortably being measured against other phones, being a one-of-a-kind device in the Indian market as of now with its size. We would however recommend you wait till modu brings an Android and Wi-Fi capable device into the Indian market before going in for the modu T, unless of course, you just cannot do without a tiny sport companion and fashion statement in the meanwhile.
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