AKAI Launches Dual-SIM Mobile Phone, the Samurai
| by Ashish Koshy |
After throwing some Symbian love, AKAI has moved on to the budget users segment by launching a Dual-SIM mobile called Samurai. As with most budget phones, the Samurai is not loaded with awesome features or something, but it does boast of some basic ones.
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The Samurai is supposed to have a “marathon” battery life of 7 and half hours of talk time and about 30 days of standby time. The phone also has Hindi and English support which might probably make it a decent option for Hindi-literate users. Here are the specifications of the Samurai:
If you’ve noticed, this phone doesn’t have any connectivity options which could be a bummer considering that many cell phone users literally thrive on Bluetooth or Wi-Fi. Anyway, the Samurai also has an LED torch and an audio/video player.
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