Market Lenovo Mulai Menjangkau Pasar India

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Setelah menguasai pasar ponsel Cina, Lenovo mulai bergerak ke India. As quoted from ThinkDigit, the country’s mobile market is rife with featured dual SIM handset. Seperti dikutip dari ThinkDigit, pasar mobile negara penuh dengan fitur ponsel dual SIM. However, Lenovo, with branded phones LePhone, believes that the three cards is better than two cards. Namun, Lenovo, dengan ponsel merek LePhone, berpendapat bahwa tiga kartu lebih baik dari dua kartu. For that, they present a mobile phone that supports three cards (two GSM and one CDMA) in India. Untuk itu, mereka menghadirkan ponsel yang mendukung tiga kartu (dua GSM dan satu CDMA) di India. With A10′s name, Lenovo has a 2.2 inch screen and features a fairly complete. Dengan nama A10 itu, Lenovo memiliki layar 2,2 inci dan fitur yang cukup lengkap. MP3 player, FM radio, Bluetooth, USB, GPRS, WAP, e-mail, 3.2 megapixel camera with autofocus, flash and video recording capabilities are provided. MP3 player, radio FM, Bluetooth, USB, GPRS, WAP, e-mail, kamera 3,2 megapiksel dengan autofokus, flash dan kemampuan merekam video yang disediakan.

Mobile phones with 3D stereo speakers are claimed to be able to provide over 5 hours talk time and 150 hours stand-by mode via the supplied 850mAh battery. Telepon selular dengan speaker 3D stereo yang diklaim mampu menyediakan lebih dari 5 jam waktu bicara dan 150 jam stand-by mode melalui baterai 850mAh disediakan. Currently, handsets are already available for Rs4.990 or about Rp1 million and can even be purchased through India Times. Saat ini, ponsel sudah tersedia untuk Rs4.990 atau sekitar Rp1 juta dan bahkan dapat dibeli melalui India Times.

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