Updated: July 2, 2014 2:08:46 pm
VPhone Grande features a large 2.8” screen for an immersive multimedia experience.
Redefining the feature phone market of the country which till now saw boring & uninspiring designs, Videocon Mobiles brings in sleek looking ‘VPhone Grande’ that boasts of international finish and style. It is for the first time that a great looking phone is offered to the budget consumer which features a rubberized back finish that is designed for superior grip and cool looks. VPhone Grande also comes with a first-in-class two inter-changeable back panels that allows the consumer to show off different styles as per occasion.
Offering a great large screen experience which has till now been unheard in the segment, the VPhone Grande features a large 2.8” screen for an immersive multimedia experience along with a movie-hall like video playback. The large screen also offers the convenience of big on-screen fonts that enable elderly people to dial numbers and access on-screen menu easily.
The VPhone Grande also brings to the diverse Indian consumer an easy vista to communicate via an inbuilt 6 regional language support wherein languages like Hindi, Punjabi and Tamil amongst others are supported. This device also offers the convenience of a ‘Smart Call Facility’ that makes the user aware of an incoming call thus removing issues of missed important calls.
The device features a 2.8” QVGA Display, 1.3MP camera, 1100mAH battery and several other features like a Movie Juke Box Application, Security Inbox, Smart Auto Call Recording feature, Smart Call Divert feature and many more which provide a wholesome user experience.
“Vphone Grande is Videocon first step to make the Feature phone category exciting with premium design, international looks & great features at an affordable price, says Jerold Pereira, CEO, Videocon Telecom.
VPhone Grande is priced at Rs. 1950.
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