Under the agreement, a range of low-cost smart phones for Reliance GSM and CDMA technology customers would be launched
New Delhi: Telecom operator Reliance Communications and Thinkpad range of computer maker Lenovo have joined hands to launch four or five smartphones for Reliance GSM and CDMA technology customers, the companies said in a joint statement.
It was decided that these phones will be priced under Rs 8,000 each and it will have two slots for SIM cards or cell phone connections.
A user would be able to plug in one CDMA and one GSM connection on the instrument and can selectively use the services.
For example if the person wants to use data services on the CDMA network but call on GSM it can, Reliance Communications said. The phones that will be available at Reliance operated stores will hit the market from March-end.
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