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Lemon Duo 401 dual SIM mobile launched in India at price Rs. 3,699

Lemon Duo 401 price in India

Lemon Mobile launched the new dual SIM mobile phone, Lemon Duo 401 in India at price Rs. 3,699. In their quest to keep personal and professional lives separate, more and more people today are going in for Dual SIM mobile phones. The huge Indian mobile market has recently shown an upward trend for dual SIM handsets that are not only stylish but affordable too. Lemon Mobile is one such company that aims to tap this growing mobile market by launching its Duo 401 in the country.

Lemon Duo 401 comes with big 2.6 inch TFT touch screen with 176 x 220 MP resolution. As mentioned earlier the phone is dual SIM handset that offers dual compatibility (GSM +GSM). It comes in a beautiful steel metallic finish and a wide array of features. The phone comes with an in-built memory of 705 KB expandable up to 2GB that can very well take care of the storage issues. Among the connectivity features of this phone are Bluetooth, infrared wireless technology and USB2.0 data interface for a high speed data transfer.

Lemon Duo 401 also comes with an in-built music and video player with a support for all major file formats including MP3, MP4, 3GP, and AVI. The other not be missed features of the Duo 401 are Java support, FM radio, WAP 2.0 browser for internet browsing, GPRS and VGA camera. The phone also comes with a unique music shake feature which enables its users to change the music by just a shake of your hand. The handset also comes with a battery offering a talk time of 4 hours and a stand by time of 360 hours.

Lemon Mobiles has priced the Duo 401 aggressively at Rs. 3,699 and aims to keep the price attractive so that the handset appeals to the masses and is seen as the best value for money. Mr. Gopal Kalra, Director, Lemon Mobiles said, “The pricing for the categories have been kept in sync with this ideology.”


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Posted by Sharat Chandra Rath