Maxx Mobile Launches 26 Phones for ₹1,100 Onwards

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By greeshma m | January 28, 2014 7:29 PM EST

Indian handset maker Maxx Mobile has launched 26 new handsets, which include 19 feature phones and seven Android smartphones, to meet the increasing demand for budget phones. The handsets are priced between INR1,100 and INR7,777.

With the launch of 26 new handsets, the total number of Maxx Mobile devices in India have reached 105, out of which 28 are Android smartphones and two are tablets. The seven Android phones - AX44, AX 45, AX5i, MSD7 Smarty II, AX06, AX409 and AX04, feature up to 512MB of RAM and run on Android Gingerbread OS or on Jelly Bean OS. The phones come equipped with 56MB to 512MB of RAM, 2-megapixel primary camera and a 1600mAh battery.

"We had launched 15 models on 15 Aug 2013 and now are launching 26 models on 26 Jan offering the consumer freedom to choose his handset. With this our total new handsets launched during FY 2013-2014 till date is 105, of which 75 are feature phones,28 are Android phones and two are tablets. Being a homegrown company, we understand the pulse of Indian consumers and make phones that suit the needs and budget of every handset user. By offering the largest variety of handsets at varied price points, we want to connect every Indian to the mobile ecosystem, thus contribute to 'mobile inclusion'," said Ajjay Agarwal, CMD & Founder, Maxx Mobile.

The feature phones include MX180, MX422, MX187, MX12, MX444, MX105, MX125, MX553, MX472, MX168, MX467, MX445, MX11, MX103, MX254, MX255, MX433, MX442 and MT352. The devices sport 1.8-inch to 2.8-inch displays. Other features include dual-SIM capabilities, 1500 mAh battery, anti-theft and privacy protection and storage expansion of up to 8GB.

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