G’Five Unveils 21 New Mobile Phones in India; Likely to Introduce Smartphones Soon

Written By Sam on 11 January 2011

Chinese phones are flooding the Indian market. The grey market is particularly bursting at the seams with these phones. With so many such brands around, the Indian consumer is not very confident of these devices. A few brands, however, are trying to improve that perception. One such company is G’Five. In a bid to establish itself in the Indian market as one of the more reliable brands, it has unveiled as many as 21 new competitively-priced mobile phones.

This varied bunch feature pico projector in some models, flip QWERTY form factors in some, dual LED torch in some, navigation wheels, dual-embedded speakers and Yamaha audio chipsets along with motion sensors. Each of the 21 mobiles has something unique in it as regards functionality, form factor and pricing.

G’Five is seeking to offer better quality phones at affordable prices – an ideal formula to lure the discerning Indian consumer. We hear the company is also planning to offer smartphones, soon to be followed by tablets and netbooks, which were also on display at the launch of the 21 new phones. However, no probable dates of release has been announced for them. The prices for the new 21 mobile phones start from Rs. 1400.

The company is understood to be planning to bring the smartphones within the reach of the common man who cannot afford an iPhone or a BlackBerry.

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