Lemon Dual-SIM Android "P1" soon in India
By Anoop Kumawat 9 Jul, 2010 at 12:23:00 AM Description: Lemon Mobiles
is planning to launch its all new Android based 3G mobile phone soon in India. According to sources the new mobile
handset will be equipped with Dual-SIM, 3G service phone which will be known as Lemon "P1" mobile handset in India. Rohit Arora, Lemon Mobile's Product Head, said, "We will be launching Android 1.6 phone in the 'near future', to be called the P1, where the 'P' stands for 'Professional'. It will be the world's first dual SIM Android phone, and will feature push mail, as well as a 400MHz processor. Lemon Mobiles
will try to integrate innovative features in most affordable price tag. It is expected to be available at around Rs. 3000 - 4000. The company has already planned a three-year game of investing $ 300 million globally with the expand operation in Latin America and Africa. Currently, 300 service centres strong, the company plans to strengthen its services profile. To the requirements of the upcoming technologies, Lemon will also be announcing 3G handsets. These will be an entry-level 3G handsets, priced at Rs 3000-4000, Sandeep Muhsran, director, Fastrack Communications, said. Furthermore, the company will soon open a manufacturing plant at Rourkee (uttranchal), where the company will start assembling handsets and later than begin manufacturing of the Lemon's cellphone at the Rourkee facilities.