The company operates by the idea of providing superior technology within an affordable range and the new feature phone has been priced in line with the same
Do Mobile – a one-year-old, mobile handset brand, has announced the release of its new feature phone ‘M22’ at a price of Rs 1,299 with the aim of continuing to strengthen its base in the Indian mobile phone market to offer superior technological benefits in phones within affordable prices.
A budget-buy phone for every customer
Established under the supervision of a Chinese biggie – Shenzhen United Time Technology Co. Ltd and incepted in 2016, Do Mobile began its operations only last year. The brand’s primary aim is to offer superior technology-implemented products in affordable prices. In the current wave of competition in the telecom and smartphone industry with Jio, Airtel and Samsung being the talk of the town, it will be interesting to see how Do Mobile does with their strategy.
Mr. Sandeep Mehra, Sales Head India, Do Mobile said, “Ever since its launch, Do Mobile has aimed at bringing the best products in the market to cater to the need of our esteemed users spread across the country, and the launch of M22 is yet another step towards consolidating our position as one of the fastest growing phones.”
M22 will be available in 21 states
The new phone ‘M22’ is a basic 1.8-inch bar phone, with 2800 mAh battery and is available with music control keys as main features. Its low price is in line with the brand’s strategy to keep superior technology at an affordable price. Of the technological inputs installed in it, users can find offers Snake & Sokoban Games, Video Format (3GP, MP4 & AVI), Phonebook 500 and 200 message Capacity and FM recording in the device.
Speaking about the features and specifications of M22, Mehra stated that the feature phone will be the first choice in the budget-buy category for every customer because it’s available at an affordable price. The phone will be readily available in across UP, MP, Chattisgarh, Rajasthan, Gujarat, Maharashtra, West Bengal, Assam, Meghalaya, Tripura, AP, Telengana, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Bihar, Jharkhand, Haryana, J&K, Kerala, Himachal and Punjab.