After launching feature phones and Smart LED TV, homegrown electronics brand Detel is now planning to launch smartphone before the end of this year.
"Yes, before the end of this calendar year we will be launching a smartphone and we want to launch on an economical price with the maximum specification," Yogesh Bhatia, Managing Director, S.G. Corporate Mobility told GizBot in an exclusive interaction.
He added, "We are planning to have our own manufacturing plant in India and for that, we are talking to Andhra Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh Government."
Meanwhile, the company recently announced its new 32-inch smart TV powered by Google's Android operating system for high-speed internet connectivity is exclusively available for Rs 17,999 on B2BAdda.com.
The Smart TV comes with HD Ready, Miracast for screen mirroring, Dolby Digital and it also supports USB. In terms of connectivity, it comes with USB Multimedia Support, Wi-Fi, and PC connectivity. It has a contrast ratio of 3,00,000:1 and over 250 Nits brightness. The company also has plans to launch yet another range of LED TVs between 24-65 inches in the market later this month.
On tying up with others operators, Bhatia said " We are talking to operators for others devices. Adding that for 'D1+ we will be tying with Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL)." "We will launching seven new models by the end of this month and it will be under Rs 299 to Rs 999," he replied when asked about future product lineup.
The Detel D1+ comes with a dual sim slot, Big torchlight, with GPRS Web browser, a 3D Speaker, Micro SD support for fast charging, and a big Torch Light. The device is available in 7 color variants.
To recall, last year in December State-run telecom operator BSNL has joined hands with mobile handset maker Detel to offer feature phone at the price of Rs 499.