Though the latest incarnation of Microsoft's mobile platform – Windows Phone 8 is officially released, the smartphones that are based on the OS have still not made their way into the Indian market, except for HTC 8X, which is available for pre-order at Rs 35,032. However, not all consumers can afford to buy the HTC offering in order to have their hands on the Windows Phone 8 user experience.
For those who are craving to have their hands on WP8 OS and do not want to shed out lot of money on the same, there is an interesting listing on Indiatimes Shopping, an online retailer site. The website has listed a Lemon Mobile handset dubbed as Lemon T109 for Rs 2,999, which has an user interface that is quite similar to that of Windows Phone 8, however, the handset is a touchscreen feature phone and not a smartphone.
According to the listing, T109 is based on Java and sports a 3.7 inch touchscreen display, which larger than the displays in other feature phones. The dual SIM handset comes with 1.3MP rear camera, micro SD card slot supporting up to 16GB and a 1,200 mAh battery.
Further, the handset comes with features including Bluetooth, mobile tracker, voice recorder, auto call recorder and consumers who buy the handset get a 4GB micro SD card costing Rs 210 and a Reebox watch worth Rs 2,499 for free.
Will you buy Lemon T109 with Windows Phone 8 like user interface for Rs 2,999?