Bangalore, February 2, 2013: Indian integrated telecom service provider, Reliance Communications (RCOM), has joined with the second largest PC company in the world, Lenovo, to offer Indian customers, a combo service switchable between CDMA and GSM mobile cellular networks.
The phones will use the Reliance ‘Dual Core’ network advantage that switches calls between the two networks automatically based on the strength and quality of RF signals. The Reliance Lenovo co-branded smart-phones will be exclusively available to Reliance CDMA and GSM customers on its superior network with the widest coverage area covering over 20,000 towns across the country, bringing the best
The Reliance Lenovo co-branded smart-phones will operate on the latest Android operating system with a dual core 1 GHz processor that supports all the latest applications and comes with a strong battery life. The co-branded smartphones will be available across the distribution and retail network in the country managed by Reliance and Lenovo distribution channel.
Says Gurdeep Singh, President & CEO – Wireless Business, Reliance Communications: “We are happy to announce our partnership with Lenovo to offer the most innovative dual technology smart-phones in the country. In line with our endeavour to develop the CDMA device ecosystem, the co-branded smart-phones are set to offer a superlative customer experience in terms of device, speed and coverage on our high speed data network offering the widest footprint across the country. We are confident that the unmet demand of an innovative CDMA smart-phone with exciting features at an attractive price point bundled with our most innovative “All Share” plans will fulfil the demand of every customer on our superior network.”
Adds Liu Jun, Senior Vice President Lenovo Group, President, Lenovo Business Group: “India’s smartphone market is booming and predicted to grow even faster in the coming years. We expect CDMA / GSM to drive market expansion both in terms of volume and in terms of technology and service innovation.”