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Gadget |  30 Dec 2009 12:42 |  By RnMTeam

Fly Mobiles to roll out C-250 in India

MUMBAI: Fly Mobiles has announced the launch of its latest CDMA mobile phone, the C-250 in India. The phone, based on the 800Mhz CDMA frequency is being touted as an entry level device with a decent array of features.

The phone uses Qualcomm's QC1110 chipset which the company claims, will offer longer talk times and an overall better power management. It also claims a talk time of 8 hours, which sounds good and is more than adequate. It is a BREW (Binary Runtime Environment for Wireless) capable phone and supports the application development platform created by Qualcomm that can download and run small programs for playing games, sending messages, sharing photos etc.

The handset comes in a candy bar shape and sports a 2-inch QVGA display that can display 65k colors with 176x200 resolution  It also features a 2 megapixel camera with basic features like digital zoom and a self timer.

The phone can be charged with the help of USB cable and the USB connectivity also allows the users to use it as a flash drive for data storage as and when required. The expandable memory with the help of mini-SD card is 4GB. Bluetooth too makes its way in.

The phone supports polyphonic and true ring tones in MP3, MIDI, AMR, AAC and AAC+ format  It has a full track MP3 player with play, pause, stop, back, mute etc. functions. Other features include FM Radio, calendar, alarms, world clock, voice recorder, speed dial, network information & time zone, currency converter etc. The handset boasts of a standby battery life of 7 days and is available for a price of Rs. 4490.

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