Idea is not new to providing affordable handsets to Indian consumers. They are coming up with a handset after some gap. They are launching a new dual SIM Android smartphone with an affordable price tag this week. They have announced that their new Idea ID 918 handset will be featuring standard multimedia features and impressive design apart from the Android fame.
Idea smartphone ID 918 features a standard display with WVGA capacitive touchscreen of 3.2 inch with 480 x 800 pixels resolution. It has a rear camera of 3.2 MP for capturing images. The device has a less internal storage of 150 MB, but can have maximum of 32GB external storage with the aid of microSD card.
USB and Bluetooth capability enables data transfer and file transfer with compatible devices. However, it doesn’t come on Android ICS. The Idea handset runs on Android 2.3 operating system. Though the processor is not yet known, a 512 MB RAM should help in having a reasonable system speed.
Idea ID 918 can be connected wireless with Wi-Fi and it operates on 3G speeds too. The GPS facility with the handset assists in enabling location based services. The 1300 mAh battery is expected to offer decent standby and talk time.
The new Idea smartphone ID 918 is already been listed in the company’s official website. The new Idea smartphone ID 918 will reach India by the 15th of this month. The real, exciting news is that the handset will arrive in an affordable price tag of below Rs. 5,994/-.
Users can have attractive colour options and changeable back covers. After the notable success of its predecessors, Idea blade and Idea ID 280, this third Android phone Idea ID 918 handset is expected to gain appreciation from the Indian consumers.
Idea has also put forward appealing packages along with this new handset. Special benefits like 3G packages and free recharge worth around Rs. 2,340/- will be made available along with the handset. Idea is coming up with this fascinating smartphone package to impress the world of youth and offer a stiff competition to other Indian smartphone makers.
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