Even with all that fancy Ducati branding, the V6200 wasn’t very impressive. Keeping that aside, it looks like Videocon has come up with their second Android smartphone after Zeus V7500. Called the V7400, this smartphone is up on Videocon’s website.
It’s a little strange that the V7400 runs the outdated Eclair version of Android. Anyway, it supports 3G, is Wi-Fi ready and has a Wireless Tether to make the V7400 a Wi-Fi hotspot. The V7400 specs are as follows:
- 2.8-inch Single touch resistive screen
- 3G, Wi-Fi, A-GPS
- Bluetooth with A2DP
- 3.2 Megapixel camera
- Memory expandable up to 16 GB
- FM Radio
- 3.5 mm audio jack
V7400 also has Facebook and Google applications like GTalk, YouTube and Gmail.
The smartphone is priced at Rs. 12,995 which looks a bit on the higher side, considering the kind of features that the V7400 actually supports. Launch dates are not yet specified, but from what we've heard, V7400 will be launching shortly.