Tata Indicom launches Samsung Duo

By : |August 16, 2007 0

NEW DELHI: Tata Teleservices launched Samsung Duo, the first touch screen based Dual SIM smart world phone in India.

Samsung Duo contains 2 SIM slots and facilitates use of both the CDMA and GSM numbers simultaneously. The phone is targeted at consumers who prefer to have Tata Indicom’s next generation CDMA network while retaining their current GSM number.

With these handsets in the market, even the CDMA users will be able to roam on GSM and it would be especially useful for those travelling to Europe, Tata Tele said in a statement.

To make transition to Tata Indicom easy, Tata Teleservices is offering to keep the last five digits of the previous mobile number unchanged on to the New Tata mobile number. Duo customers will be given a usage discount of Rs 200 for 2 months.

To facilitate the use of both CDMA and GSM numbers simultaneously, Samsung Duo customers will be offered two months rental waiver on friends and family add-on pack.

The handset includes a large 2.2-inch TFT touch screen, 1.3 megapixel camera, micro SD card slot and MP3/AAC+ player with A2DP bluetooth support.

On the software front, the handset has handwriting recognition, file viewer, sketch memo, advanced organiser capability with functional screen and applications of the Indian calendar, ‘hinglish’, mobile prayer, ‘panchang’ and cricket scorer.

The handset supports data speeds of up to 153 Kbps on the Tata Indicom network and can be connected to the laptop through bluetooth.

The handset is priced at Rs 11,999.

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