GFive aims to Launch 3G Smartphones In India
Posted at January 6th, 2011 under Uncategorized | 1 Comment »
G’Five, world’s ninth-largest mobile maker plans to launch 3G-enabled phones and smartphones priced at Rs.5,000 to compete with the established players in the mobile market. G’Five is emerging to be the second largest mobile brand in India behind Nokia and ahead of Samsung, eventhough started in June 2009. The launch would be in next 2 months to strengthen its presence in India.
The new range of mobile phone is housed with many features such as IPTV, push mail, triple SIM (GSM + GSM + CDMA), dual LED torch, expandable memory up to 16 GB, dual memory card slot, voice changer, motion sensor / song changer, QWERTY keypad, PC camera, drawing board, piano, navigation wheel, butterfly lights etc. It also sports a Projector system, free-to-air TV, marathon battery for long talk time and standby time (up to 2200 mAh), steel body,
super-slim design. In addition, it supports external sound box, dual embedded speakers, universal
audio jack (3.5mm), and Yamaha chipset for amplification.
G-Five’s strategy of low-priced handsets helped them to garner a good market share in the world’s largest mobile market and following the success of their handset strategy, they are also planning to launch 500 retail stores across India. . Mr Jaideep Chopra, Vice President of G’FIVE explained that their launch made all customers to buy smartphones at a low cost ranged between Rs. 1500 – 5000 and it mainly focusses on smaller cities and towns. Mr. Arshit Pathak from G’FIVE added that their business philosophy was making technology affordable to the common people.