MTS launches android-based smartphones priced sub Rs 5,000 | Mana Blog... for all
Aug 30, 2011

Sistema Shyam TeleServices Ltd (SSTL), which operates under the brand name MTS, today launched two Android-based smartphones priced below Rs 5,000.

The smartphones - MTS MTag 3.1 and MTS Livewire -- are based on Qualcomm's mobile processors.

"Launched in the sub Rs 5,000 category, these are the most affordable Android smartphones in India," MTS India President and CEO Vsevolod Rozanov said at an event here.

The sleek MTS MTag 3.1 from Huawei comes with audio and video player with and a 3.2 megapixel camera. MTS MTag 3.1 provides easy access to Google Mail, YouTube, Google Talk and Google Maps.

"MTS MTag 3.1 comes loaded with a host of features, including Voice Search and a 3.2 megapixel camera. It is targeted at mobile entrepreneurs and business executives who need to stay connected while being on the move," Huawei India CEO Max Yang said.

Further, MTS Livewire from ZTE runs on CDMA EV-DO network and provides access to high speed Internet.

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