G’Five launches five Android smartphones

Telecom Lead India: Chinese handset maker, G’Five has
forayed into the Indian smartphone market with the launch of five new
Android-based smartphones priced between Rs 6,000 to Rs 12,000.


The company has unveiled a self-developed cloud
technology called G-Cloud, offering 5.55 GB cloud storage available to G’Five
smartphone users.


We are very happy to bring next generation technology
for our Indian customers, after creating an unprecedented buzz in global market
by bringing in technologically advanced and feature rich product range for the
masses, we at G’FIVE Mobiles intend to engage the audience with our latest
offering of the -G Cloud’,”¬Ě said Jeff  Zhang, president, G’FIVE
International.


G’Five will be introducing total 42 smartphones by the
end of first quarter of 2013, including 12 more smartphones by the end of this
year.


The new range of smartphones includes G’Five A79, G’Five
A86, G’Five I88+, G’Five G95 and G’Five G3D.


The G’Five A79 is priced at Rs 6,999 and runs on Android
2.3 Gingerbread OS. The smartphone is powered by 832 MHz processor. The G’Five
A86 and the G’Five I88+ are equipped with Android 4.0 ICS OS and powered by 1
GHz processors. Both these smarphones are priced at Rs 7,999 and Rs 8,899
respectively.


On the other hand, the G’Five G95 smartphone is priced at
Rs 9,499 and boasts a large screen of 5.3 inches. The G’Five G95 is also
equipped with Android 4.0 ICS OS and powered by 1 GHz processor.


The G’Five G3D boasts a 4.3 inches 3D display and offers
Dual SIM capability. The smartphone is priced at Rs 11,799.


Founded in 2003, G’FIVE caters to all emerging markets.
The company has tens of factories and assembly lines in Shenzhen, one operation
center in Hong Kong, and sales teams and offices in India, Dubai, Egypt, and
Peru.


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