Latest Dual SIM Mobiles Phones List

Dual SIM phones are a reality. With over 600 million telecom users In India, there sure are a number of users who carry multiple SIM cards. The trend started way back when Reliance Telecom made an entry with cheap CDMA devices, thus prompting people to get an additional phone. It continued with the trend dropping rates and fights to acquire customers between telecom players. Today, for manufacturers like Nokia & Samsung, Dual SIM is a hard reality. For ones like Micromax, Lava and Karbonn, it’s been a goldmine of opportunity.

So what’s selling in the Dual SIM market In India?

Here are a few phones facts!

Karbonn A9

Karbonn A9

Karbonn has woken up to the Android craze with aggressive marketing campaigns for its Android lineup. The Dual Series phone, A9 is a Dual SIM android with a 3.8” full touchscreen and 5megapixel camera. The Karbonn A9 is affordable with a price tag of Rs 7,200. A Dual SIM compatibility only helps the device.

Celkon C-Note A900

Celkon CNote A900

At Rs 9,000, Celkon is taping the success of the Micromax A110 Canvas 2. The Celkon C-note A900 is a 5” full touchscreen device that runs Android 2.3, features a 5MP camera and looks that mimic the Galaxy Note series. Micromax discovered a gold mine with this combination and it is now the turn of Celkon to cash in. The A900 is selling well with price below the Canvas 2 and availability much better than the Micromax.Nokia 114

Nokia 114

Nokia has done its bit to defend the Dual SIM low-end market from falling completely in hands of local Indian manufacturers. The Nokia 100 series of phones sell in good numbers and also helps the beleaguered handset maker to bring some sales numbers. The 114 is a successor to the 110 that started a Dual SIM + MicroSD card + colour screen trend for the Finnish company. The Nokia 114 costs Rs 2,200 and is one of the most affordable feature rich yet low cost handsets on the market.

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