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Celkon launches C76 which support 8 Indian languages

Celkon mobiles, one of the leading mobile manufacturing companies in India announced the launch of its multi-lingual phone called C76 in Indian market.

This extra ordinary multimedia phone is equipped with eight regional languages namely Hindi, Gujarati, Punjabi, Bengali, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada and English, which help us to connect million of phone users in the country.

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The C76 comes with 2.8 inch display, dual SIM, 1.3 megapixel Camera with 240*320 Pixel QVGA screen resolution and memory expandable up to 16 GB.

For entertainment, it has Bluetooth, Audio-Video player, USB connecter, FM radio and WAP/GPRS. The phone is powered by 1400mAh capacity of the battery.

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Commenting at the launch, Y Guru, Chairman and Managing Director (Celkon Mobiles) said that “The launch of C76 is another milestone for the company. We at Celkon have always catered to the increasing needs of the mobile phone users.”

“Introducing the multi-lingual phone will reach out to the majority people spread across the region boundaries. This will enable users the send Text messages in their respective Mother tongue and perform other linguistic activity.”

C76 Price and Color-

The price of this wonderful phone is Rs. 1899 only. It is available in two colors namely Chocolate-Silver and Black-Silver.

After the launch of C76, The Company looks forward to launch smart-phones with similar regional language support in the future.

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