While, developing countries are migrating from feature phones to smartphones, there's still a huge chunk of consumers in the market who are still loyal to feature phones, thanks to their ultra-cheap price tag.
To meet the demands of the segment in India, Delhi-based smartphone maker Ziox Mobiles has launched two new feature phones in the market priced at Rs. 1,343 & Rs. 1,443.
Dubbed as the Z 214i and the Z 314 both the devices are equipped with multiple functionalities, decent battery and as the company claims they come with sturdy built quality.
Z 214i and Z 314 - Key Specifications
Ziox Mobiles have powered the Z 214i and the Z 314 with 1400 mAh battery and 1700 mAh battery specs, further both a Dual-SIM phones sporting 2.4 inch display with decent viewing angles. The new feature phones from Ziox Mobiles also come with 16GB internal storage and also have expandable storage option.
Both devices are also supported with Auto-Call recording feature that lets users relive great conversations with friends using the several pre-installed applications.
Z 214i and Z 314 - Key Differences
The main key difference is the phonebook capacity, the Z 214i supports 500 contacts and 300 SMS' while the Z 314 stands strong with 1000 Contacts and 500 SMS'. Further, the Z 214i also comes with Wireless FM as a standard feature, which is not present in Z 314.
Also, the Z 214i is available in four color options including gold-black, black-gold, white-gold and black silver, while the Z 314 is available in black, grey and gold.
Those interested to buy, both the feature phones will be available in all the major retail stores across India.
Commenting on the launch of two new devices, Deepak Kabu, Chief Executive Officer at Ziox Mobiles says, "Both of these devices provide superior value to consumers based on its features, intuitive performance and design. The whole team at Ziox aims to bring the best to our consumers at optimum prices and the newest additions, resonate the brand philosophy of being function driven devices without any let-down on quality parameters."