Ringing in at 5,500 rupees ($120US), this FroYo handset should be a great way to get into the Android club without hoping the landlord forgets to collect rent.
Naturally, anyone looking to scoop up this phone shouldn’t expect the world from it. It will launch with FroYo, be loaded with a 3.2MP camera but the touch screen rings in a 2.8″ of resistive get-what-you-pay-for. Hey, dirt cheap has to start somewhere, right?
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