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Videocon joins Android bandwagon, launches Zeus V7500 in India [Update]

Videocon Zeus V7500

It seems everybody wants a pie from the growing Android success. Videocon became a part of this growing list of Android manufacturers with the launch of Zeus V7500 Android phone in India.

A mid-range smartphone, Videocon Zeus comes with a 3.2 inch multi-touch enabled touch screen, Android 1.6 [a big-big disappointment, although 2.1 upgrade will be there by October], 5MP camera, 1250 mAh battery and 512 MB internal memory with a bundled 8 GB memory card.

It will be sold for Rs. 19,995 across India, and should available immediately. It seems the phone will come with a car Charger and an additional battery without any extra cost. Extra battery is surely an incentive.

Update: It seems Videocon is going to sell the phone at a price lower than earlier reported.

Update 2: Videocon has priced it at Rs12,900.

6 thoughts on “Videocon joins Android bandwagon, launches Zeus V7500 in India [Update]

  1. No ZEUS seems different and neways V shud B happy dat our Indian cos are making devices on par with others at such lucrative prices. VIDEOCON has a far more retail and service reach than any other Current Brands so its a better brand for a Smartphone. M also xcited abt Spice Mi410 and Lemon ka Dual Sim Android

  2. @Kalpesh
    I don’t why you think way. Bcoz, I have a Spice Mi300 myself, and it looks the same to me, only if you make minor changes to the outer plastic covering.
    The placement of the functional buttons at the upper, side and downwards sides seems to be the exact same place in both of them.
    Maybe, someone will be bold enough to open both the phones and let us know some inside facts of both of them!! 🙂

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