Maxx, Celkon & Adcom launch budget Android phones in India

Last 48 hours have been filled with Android phones launches from India’s home-grown mobile phone companies like Maxx, Celkon and Adcom. Each of these companies has introduced several new Android phones in the Indian smartphone market with prices ranging from INR 3,199 to INR 12,375.Celkon A107 and A9+

Talking about Celkon first, the company has introduced two new Android phones – Signature One A107 and A9+. The phones have been priced at INR 6,999 and INR 3,299 respectively.

  • Celkon Signature One A107: 5-inch WVGA display, 1GHz dual-core processor, 8MP rear camera and 2100 mAh battery.
  • Celkon A9+:  3.5-inch HVGA display, 1GHz processor, Android 4.0, 2MP camera, 256MB RAM and 1350 mAh battery

Coming to Maxx, the mobile phone maker has also released two new Android phone models – AX8 Race and AX9Z in the country. These phones have been priced at INR 8,875 and INR 12,375.Maxx AX8 Race

  • Maxx AX8 Race: 5-inch WVGA capacitive display, Dual-SIM (GSM + GSM) with Dual Standby, Android 4.0.3 and 1GHz single-core MediaTek Processor
  • Maxx AX9Z Race: 4.5-inch qHD display, 1.2 GHz dual-core Mediatek MT6577 processor, and Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) and Dual SIM (GSM + GSM) support.

Lastly, Advantage Computers (Adcom) has announced the launch of six new Android smartphones in the country. These phones are A-530 HD, A-500, A-450, A-430, A-400, and A-350. The phones will be sold starting INR 3,199 in the country. The company has not shared device specific details right now.

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  • dalip

    how moch effort it takes to make a device.actually they dont know
    all crap is coming from china.
    they sale 100 Pc of every model and launched a new model.

  • kaushik

    Android 4.0 & 256MB ram? are they out of their God damn mind. please pack in an extra set of bloatwares so that the remaining 10-20MB ram gets used up too and users are greeted with a “no free ram” error as soon as they boot up.