Videocon launches V7400 Android smartphone in India

Videocon Mobiles has launched its second Android smartphone – V7400 in India. V7400 is actually a rebranded Huawei U8100, which made its debut at the last year’s Mobile World Congress.

Company has priced it at Rs 12,500, which seems way more considering its very entry level specifications and with the similar specifications Micromax Andro A60 sells for just Rs 6500

V7400 features an obsolete Android 2.1 Éclair, 3.2MP Camera, 2.8 inch resistive display with 320×240 resolution, 1150 mAh Li-ion battery and in-built wireless tethering support.

Company is also offering 30 mins free local calls to any network daily for 1 year + Unlimited calls to Videocon local numbers free for 1 year bundled with the smartphone. This offer is however valid in only select cities.

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3 thoughts on “Videocon launches V7400 Android smartphone in India

    Android World

    (February 6, 2011 - 10:27 pm)

    Who set this price?
    I hate the design too.

    Amit Saha

    (February 6, 2011 - 9:07 pm)

    videocon looking like out of mind. There are lots of better option available in this price rate, like lg optimus one, samsung galaxy mini, galaxy 3. Who gonna be buy this featureless phone in this price rate..???

    Vikram Sridharan

    (February 6, 2011 - 8:01 pm)

    Ha ha ha, they are dreaming if they believe this will sell.

    I like my Optimus one very much …

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