G'Five Mobiles is all set to undergo a rapid expansion programme by which it aims to increase its presence in the Indian market by launching new phones, dealerships and service centers throughout India.
The company has announced to the media that it will soon launch the G'Five G9900i in the Indian mobile handset market.
The G'Five G9900i is a bar shaped mobile handset that has a unique and flashy style with rounded yet sharp edges and striking color options. This G'Five mobile features a big 2.4 inch display screen and has a full QWERTY keypad that is incorporated neatly into the front panel of the phone.
The G'Five G9900i is basically a dual sim mobile with dual sim stand by support and the sim option is GSM + GSM.
This G'Five mobile is respectably high on multimedia specs as it is loaded with music software that plays almost every known audio file format. The low price mobile phone also provides playback of video content in a large number of well known formats.
This dual sim mobile is expected to be a basic entry level phone but yet it will feature a decent list of standard features. The phone will come with a 1.3 Mega Pixel camera that also offers video recording in VGA format. The phone will pack a FM radio and has large speakers that produce considerably loud sound output. The phone also has a 3.5 mm universal headphone jack that allows this G'Five mobile to be connected to external multimedia speakers or to the bundled headsets.
The phone packs in a decent amount of internal storage that can be pepped up to 8 GB via a Micro SD slot. The manufacturer claims that the phone is light weight but it is not that light as it weighs around 140 grams.
The phone has a dual camera that allows video calling and also comes with GPRS and Bluetooth connectivity. It has a USB PC sync option that allows easy transfer of data from the phone to your computer.
The G'Five G9900i is priced aggressively at Rs 2999 only, but with the rising competition from the likes of Micromax, Maxx Mobiles and many others the phone might find a tough time in the Indian market.