Airfone has announced the addition of four new models to its expanding line up of affordable handsets in India. The company, which concentrates on the low to mid-range segment in India, has announced the AF 11, the Flip 29i, the AF 26 and the AF 31 - all of which are capable multimedia phones.
All three devices come with dual SIM support as well and offer pretty good multimedia support as well.
Starting off with the Flip 29i, as the name suggests, it is a flip (clamshell) phone and boasts of a 1.3 megapixel camera and a touchscreen OS as well. Additional bits like an MP3 player, video recording and memory expansion make the phone a decent buy for Rs. 4,999. The Flip 29i comes with a 2GB TF card as well.
Next in line is the AF 26, which has similar features as its flip-bodied brethren. The camera on it is a step down though. It can take pictures only at VGA resolution. There is a voice recorder and Bluetooth connectivity thrown in as well. The AF 26 supports expandable memory and can hold cards of upto 8GB. The battery life is above average and the company claims a 15-day standby time for this one! The AF 26 can be yours for Rs. 2,999.
Then, we have the AF 31 that offers GSM+ GSM or GSM + CDMA dual SIM modes. Basic features like a VGA camera audio/video recorder, torch, Bluetooth, GPRS support, stereo FM radio and memory expansion make this phone a decent buy at Rs. 4,999. This one supports upto 16GB of memory with SD cards.
The company has also launched the AF 11, another dual SIM handset, that is claimed to be the country's cheapest. The AF 11 is a very basic phone but supports features like FMRadio, MP3 player and 420-minute talk time. This one wills set you back by just Rs. 1,499!
Tuesday, December 01, 2009