Samsung launches mobile designed for women

DQW Bureau
02 Feb 2002

Samsung Electronics India Information and Telecommunication (SEIIT), the 100 percent subsidiary of Korea based Samsung Electronics, has for the first time launched a mobile designed especially for women - the A400, a stylish and elegant phone; the N620, the world's first 16 poly melody phone priced at Rs 18,995 and Rs 14995 respectively. They have also launched two new trendy, WAP enabled GSM mobile phones in the country. This announcement was made close to the heels of the launch of R220, a brilliant and trendy handset phone priced at Rs 9995.

"We at Samsung are constantly innovating and creating customized and friendly solutions for our customers. With the launch of the Samsung A400, we are giving a whole new dimension to women fashion and a superior feel with elegance. This phone has been very thoughtfully designed for the modern Indian women. The Samsung SGH-N620 is a colorful phone with a very unique polyphonic ring tone. This phone with 16 polyphonic sound makes it sound like an orchestra every time it rings. This gives us the opportunity to link with our core audience's key passion - music. All the new phones are small, slim and delicate in design to make them fit beautifully into your lifestyle," said Brian Lee, Director, SEIIT.

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