Idea launches two new affordable 3G smartphones
| by Naina Khedekar |
Idea has launched two new Android smartphones, Blade and id380, with support for 3G at a price starting at as low as Rs. 5,850. The network operator believes this would further accelerate the pace at which users are employing 2G and upgrading to 3G services in urban regions.
Affordable 3G smartphones
The 3G smartphone that costs Rs.5,850, along with the pack would eventually come for a value of Rs. 2,609, says the company. Both phones run on Android 2.2 and are capable of serving as Wi-Fi routers, the Blade embeds a 3.5-inch touchscreen and the id380 comes with a 2.8-inch display.
Both handsets share a list of common features:
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