Tuesday, 26 Jul, 2011 Technology

Indian Company Launches First Wrist Mobile Phone


Wireless Gadgets, a company from India, has recently unveiled its latest invention called Techberry TB007, which is an advanced wrist mobile phone.

It is worth mentioning that this is India's first wrist mobile phone. It features a 1.5-inch full touch LCD, 1.2 megapixel camera and a phone book that allows the wearer to store up to 500 entries.

The device supports 2G network, GPRS, Bluetooth and even USB connections.

The user can even use a microSD card with a capacity of up to 4 gigabytes to store media files.

In addition, the TB007 has a speaker phone that the wearer can disconnect from the device when not in use.

A lithium-ion 550 mAh battery charges the device, offering a battery backup of up to 1.5 hours and stand-by time of up to 2 days.

Wireless Gadgets says that its latest device wears a price tag of Rs. 8500 in India, which is around $192.

According to V.F. John Yesud, Wireless Gadgets CEO in Southeast Asia, the firm is going to launch 12 models, each aiming at a certain target market, with the price tags ranging between Rs.1,499 ($34) and Rs.12,999 ($294).

[via The Hindu]

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