Wynncom launches the Y45, India’s first Hindi QWERTY phone

5 Sep

After debuting in the Indian handset market with 7 dual-SIM handset models nearly four months ago, Wynncom has launched its eighth model, the Y45 For a lack of better term, the Y45 has a QWERTY-like keypad with Hindi alphabets! India seems to be a booming market for QWERTY adaptations – first the Lava B5 that sported an ‘alpha’ keypad and now this.



This new dual-SIM model will also sport a dedicated key for the free SMS sending site 160by2 which will allow users to send free text messages across India, UAE, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Malaysia and Philippines. The Y45 comes preloaded with a few social networking sites like Facebook, Twitter, Nimbuzz, Snaptu and the Opera Mini browser. It has a 1.3 MP camera, Bluetooth, expandable memory up to 8GB and will offer a talktime of 7 hours. The phone is available for around Rs 3,400.

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