Many companies that were consultants in the telecommunication sector have now made their foray into the lucrative mobile manufacturing business in India and one such brand is the US based AirTyme Communications.
AirTyme was a wireless service and solutions provider to several mobile companies but off late the company has been involved in making their own brand of mobile devices.
Looking into the style and economy conscious teenagers of modern day India, Airtyme has launched their all new 3G enabled mobile device christened AirTyme GTX75 Torrid in the Indian market.
From the first impression you begin to wonder if it is a phone from the future as it has a very futuristic stance. The stylish AirTyme Torrid has a super responsive 2.8 inch touch screen display which when slided unveils a neatly and spaciously arranged physical QWERTY keypad. The keypad is best suited for typing in text and messages as it is very soft and widely spaced.
According to the company, Torrid is a collective effort of modern day technology and low cost materials which are aimed at providing customers with the latest features and technologies in the market at very attractive prices.
Torrid has several eye popping features for its price range and we now take a closer look at them.
AirTyme Communications' Torrid has a 1.3 Mega Pixel camera at the rear end that allows users to take snaps in good quality besides offering video recording in 3GP format. However the addition of a front camera would have been nice since it would have enabled video calling on high speed 3G networks which this new mobile is capable of supporting.
The phone has multimedia support ranging from a multi format music and video player to FM Radio and Universal audio jack of 3.5 mm size. The phone also offers stereo Bluetooth music option and also packs in USB PC Sync for faster data transfer.
It has a good internal memory and supports up to 4 GB of expandable Micro SD memory.
The notable Torrid features are
Up To 4GB memory
Touch and Type interface
AirTyme Torrid is priced very aggressively at Rs 4999 and the company is expecting a good response for the phone from Indian users.