All priced between Rs. 1,500-Rs. 5,000
Wynn Telecom has announced the launch of seven new dual SIM handsets in India priced between Rs. 1,500 and Rs. 5,000. The new phones consist of basic, low to mid-range handsets, decently spec-ed devices complete with multimedia features and social networking integration. Let's take a quick look at the new models launched.
The low-end range consists of three handsets, the Y10, Y11 and the Y21. Let us take a look at each of these phones in brief.
The Y10 is the most basic handset amongst the range and boasts of features like dual SIM (GSM+GSM) ability, audio player, FM with recording, video player (128x128 pixels), expandable memory upto 4GB, a large1000mAh battery, torchlight, 500 contact phonebook, mobile tracker, blacklist, call reject SMS service and sound recording.
The Y11 is the way to go if you have slightly more moolah to spend. The phone is an upgrade over the Y10 and looks slightly up market as well. As for the features, here is what you get. Dual SIM (GSM+GSM) capability, 1800mAh long lasting battery, 4.6cm (1.8) 262k TFT color screen, torchlight, MP3 player, video player (128x160 pixels), FM with schedule recording, expandable memory upto 4GB, English/Hindi-language support, mobile tracker, GPRS enabled, application protection and blacklist software.
The Y21 is a dual SIM (GSM+GSM) handset that features a telescopic antenna for FM radio with schedule recording. It also boasts of an MP3 player, a 4.6cm (1.8) 262k TFT color screen, digital camera (VGA), video player, a 1200mAh battery, torchlight, English/Hindi-language support, expandable memory upto 4GB, mobile tracker, blacklist and application protection. This one will cost slightly more than the Y11.
Next, we come to the mid-range devices that consists of three other models, the Y20, Y22, Y30 and the Y50.
The Y20 is a mid-range handset that like all its other siblings, has dual SIM (GSM+GSM) ability. The phone also has a VGA camera with video recording & playback support. The 1800mAh Battery at least on paper seems sufficient to power the handset for a decent amount of time. Other features include a 4.6cm (1.8) 262k TFT color screen, MP3 player, FM with recording, 3.5mm music jack, English/Hindi-language support, expandable memory upto 4GB, Bluetooth enabled, 1000 contact phonebook, dual LED torch, mobile tracker and file protection.
The Y22 comes next and is a slight upgrade over the Y20. This one features dual SIM (GSM+GSM) capability, telescopic antenna-FM radio with schedule recording, an MP3 player, motion sensor, a 5.1cm (2) 262k TFT color screen. Then there is the VGA camera with video recording & playback, Bluetooth, GPRS/WAP/MMS, 1150mAh battery, torchlight with currency checker, English/Hindi/Bengali/Tamil-language support, Export/Import phonebook to memory card, expandable memory upto 4GB, remote messaging service, VIP number, mobile tracker and blacklist software.
As for the Y30, it is a dual SIM (GSM+GSM) handset boasting of a 2 megapixel camera, video recording & playback, webcam, 5.6cm (2.2) 262k TFT color screen, MP3 player and FM radio with schedule recording. The phone gets an expandable memory upgrade up to 8GB, has a 1000mAh battery and supports Bluetooth with A2DP Profile. Then there is Hindi language support, dual speaker, dual LED torch, PC synchronization, mobile tracker, blacklist, Magic Voice with background changeable sound, GPRS/MMS/WAP, shared phonebook.
In the youth phone segment, the company has introduced the dual SIM (GSM+GSM) enabled Y50. The phone boasts of a QWERTY keypad and a BlackBerry-sque track ball for navigation. The camera is a 2 megapixel one with Flash. It also supports video recording & playback. The device also has a large 6.1cm (2.4) 262k TFT color screen. Other features include an MP3 player with audio equalizer, FM radio with schedule recording, 3.5mm music jack, motion sensor, a 1000mAh battery, Bluetooth with A2DP Profile, EDGE, JAVA enabled, Nimbuzz Messenger, Snaptu, expandable memory up to 8GB, mobile tracker software and PC Sync.