Updated 19 Jun, 2013, 1:57 pm IST
MWg Enters India, Launches WinMob Handsets
| by tech2 News Staff |
The MWg Zinc II includes most of the features that the Atom V possesses with the addition of a semi-automatic sliding QWERTY keyboard and Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional powered with a 500 MHz processor.
The Zinc II will retail at Rs. 34888.
MWg offers both Atom V and Zinc II users a touch-driven interface called "Quick Menu". Each device has its own version of Quick Menu, which allows users to tap large graphic icons with their fingertips as well as flip between menus by dragging their finger across the screen making it easy to navigate the device without a stylus. Additionally, users have the flexibility of customizing the icons and menus to their own needs.
"We see ourselves in a unique position of having inherited the premium heritage of a global brand and the agility and flexibility of a start-up," said Mark Billington, CEO of MWg. "As a start-up, we naturally work with like-minded and innovative partners to offer an engaging experience for our customers. Our devices are designed to complement the consumers' lifestyle needs."
All MWg handsets will be sold in India through TouchIndia Telemarketing Pvt. Ltd., a strategic alliance and extended arm of Goldkist Singapore, and its appointed channel partners.
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