Africa-based Mi-Fone is making its entry in the Indian market with the introduction of four phones.
The Mi-Fone range of mobile handsets currently available in India includes the Mi-Q family, Mi-5QS, Mi-338, Mi-2010, Mi-323 and Mi-350a. Each ‘phone’ has been selected with the target market in mind – young adults.
The Mi-Q family of mobile handsets includes the Mi-Q (voice/SMS), Mi-Q1 GPRS dual-SIM with camera as well as the Mi-Q5S. With a full colour screen, FM radio and QWERTY keypad, the Mi-Q range provides affordable and quality user-friendly solutions in a compact package. The later versions of the Mi-Q range will also include “MI-APPS” which will enable the mass market sector to get a lighter version of the “Blackberry experience”. Mi-Apps will launch with Push email and Messenger.
The Mi-Q price range starts from Rs. 4,999.
The Mi-338 offers an LCD touch screen, Dual Sim along with analog TV, MP3 and video capability as well as multi-media functions including SMS, MMS, GPRS, WAP and a shake sensor.
The Mi-338 will cost Rs. 6990.
Mi-2010 is a low cost dual-SIM camera phone that has a 1.8″/65K color screen, GRPS/WAP/MMS, MP3 player and FM radio.
The Mi-2010 will cost Rs. 2,999.
The dual-SIM Mi-323 comes with GRPS, WAP, MMS, Bluetooth, Camera, MP3, Video and a memory card of up to 2GB.
The Mi-323 will cost Rs. 3,990.
The Mi-350a is a dual-SIM VGA camera phone with its main USP being a dual battery power and dual GSM antenna for signal boosting.
The Mi-350a will cost Rs. 3,999.