Zen Mobile is known for launching mobile phones that are pocket-friendly and in this same vein they have launched the A-60 3G capable handset. The A-60 is available in a black and white colour combination that features a 2.4-inch QVGA TFT screen that the company says will enhance the mobile's Internet experience. Apart from being 3G capable, this handset has Dual-SIM capabilities, so one can use a 2G card along with a 3G one.
Speaking at the launch of the A-60, Deepesh Gupta, Managing Director of Zen Mobile, said “It’s a great accomplishment for the company to enter into the new segment by launching its first 3G phone, the A-60 which is an inexpensive service for the consumers. We firmly believe that 3G technologies and future enhancements will offer the most expeditious and cost effective means of providing mobile internet access to the mass market”
The highlighted features of the A-60 are:
- 3G capabilities that offer high speed download
- 3.2 MP camera and Front VGA Camera
- Gtalk, FB, Twitter and Skype
- Bluetooth capable
- Dual-SIM (3G and 2G)
- MP3/ MP4 player
- FM Radio
- 3.5mm audio jack
- Expandable memory up to 16 GB and internal memory of 78 MB
- Battery with 6 days standby time
Apart from these features, the A-60 has GPS support, digital compass and maps assistance. The battery bundled up with this handset is a 1000 mAh that offers a stand-by time up to 150 hours and talk time up to 4 hours on 3G networks.The A-60 mobile handset is priced at Rs. 3,249 – Zen Mobile claims that this is the cheapest 3G mobile available in the market.
Publish date: August 19, 2011 11:59 am| Modified date: December 18, 2013 8:21 pm