Chaze is relatively a new comer in the handset segment and is known for launching Desi mobiles fitting the needs of Indian consumers. Their new dual SIM phone, Chaze Chotu has a cheap price tag and user friendly features. The most attractive aspect remains the twin colour appearance of this phone.
Chaze Chotu has come up with rubber keypads which will improve the durability and also ease of use. This 2G phone has dual SIM capability which is good for people running business and also youngsters who have large friends groups. It supports dual standby feature as well.
Chaze Chotu has an expandable memory slot which supports up to 4GB of memory. The storage facility includes 500 phonebook entries along with 200 SMS entries also.
Chaze Chotu supports a lot of inbuilt games and also options for downloading more games. This dual SIM phone has 4.6 cm TFT display with decent resolution. It has an auto call recorder which is best suitable for business needs. Pretty good talk time and standby time is possible with a 1050 mAh battery. It has a dual charging point as well.
It has support to a variety of online services and social networking sites like Facebook, Twitter, Yahoo, and Google etc. Entertainment options are well supported by an FM radio facility. The compromise for the price tag seems to be done on camera side. It has a rear shooter of 1.3 megapixels, but comes with zoom functionality. They can also enjoy a multi-format music player which is supported with T26 speaker. It facilitates a lot of web apps also.
Chaze Chotu has mobile tracker facility to trace the phone if in case it is lost. It has special features for private data protection also. It supports options like torch which is highly beneficial for night use. The phone has multiple language support of English and also Hindi.
Chaze Chotu is made available in twin colours of black with blue and also red with black. Apart from all the innovative features, this new Chaze handset can be purchased at a cheap price of Rs. 1,099/-. According to company officials, Chaze Chotu was brought forward to bring up technology to 'Common Indian Youth’.