If you live in India and you’re thinking about buying a new dual-SIM handset, then we have news that could be of interest to you. Indian phone manufacturer MAXX Mobile has recently unveiled the new dual-SIM MQ368 and MX372 budget phones, which are part of the Tiny series.
According to Srivatsan over on the fonearena.com website, the MX372 phone weighs in at just 61g and features a 2-inch TFT display, an optical track-pad, a 2-megapixel camera, a T9 keypad and a dedicated music button, as well as pre-installed apps such as eBuddy messenger and Facebook.
Meanwhile, the Java-enabled MQ368 is a QWERTY phone with a 2-inch TFT display, a 2-megapixel camera, an optical track-pad, dedicated keys for MSN and Facebook and a 1000mAh battery that provides up to 4 hours of talk time and up to 300 hours of standby time.
In terms of pricing and availability, the MX372 – which is available in four colors: pink, purple, white and wine red – is priced up at Rs.2524, while the MQ368 will cost you Rs.2636. Both phones will be available in Mumbai to start off with, followed by other Indian cities.
The phones can be purchased at retail stores such as Kings Electronics, Planet M, Tata Croma, Star Bazar, Hyper City, Mobile & Gadgets, NEXT Electronics, Reliance Web World, Hotspot and Indian Naval Canteen. Do you like the looks of either of these handsets?