Infibeam announce cell phone brand

You might recall that I've covered Infibeam before. They're a web retailer based in India who launched an ereader back in January and a digital publishing platform in May.

Infibeam announced 3 branded cell phones yesterday. From the press release:

The company has already launched its initial three models I666, I5000 and I500 at attractive price points. I666 with its qwerty keyboard is aimed at the business user and is equipped with a G-Sensor. I5000 is a stylish flip phone with glossy red color aimed at the fashion savvy clientele and comes with Bluetooth and EDGE. I500 with a WQVGA touch screen and a 3.2 inch high resolution camera is the topmost mobile in the line-up. All the phones support GSM quad-band and come with features such as FM Radio, Camera, Wi-Fi, Java, Dual-SIM, multi-language support, memory card extensibility etc.

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