The indian mobile company Maxx has launched its new budget phones on the market recently.The two handsets are named Maxx Tiny MQ368 and Maxx Tiny MX372.
Both support dual SIM and are available at low price.These phones come under the Tiny series and are targeted on Youths who love music and pefer to socialize.Low price of the phones would attract youngsters from rural and semi urban regions.
The Maxx Tiny MQ368 has a 2 inch TFT display, 2MP camera, an optical trackpad ,QWERTY keypad and weighs 64 grams.This phone has dedicated keys for facebook and MSN and is pre-loaded with Opera mini.The phone is powered by a 1000 mAh battery which lasts for 4 hrs of talk and 300 hrs of stand by.The phone is priced as ₹2636.
The Maxx Tiny MX372 also has a 2 inch TFT display,2MP camera with flash , an optical trackpad, T9 keypad,a dedicated music button, and the phone is pre-loaded with Facebook and eBuddy.The phone is available in four colours purple, pink, wine red and white.The phone is priced as ₹2,524.
Ajjay Agarwal, Chairman and Managing Director, Maxx Group said, “MAXX’s Tiny Series is testimony to the old adage that all good things come in small packages! Packed with features and affordably priced, here is a phone that truly fits into one’s pocket!”
To begin with the phone would be available in the city of Mumbai and would later be made available in other cities on all major retail outlets.
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