Techberry GD300 TFT Touch Screen Mobile with Track Ball Launched

By April 14, 2011 | 0 Comments

Techberry Mobiles, a new market player in highly crowded Indian mobile phone market, which has marked its entry with the projector mobile phone called Techberry ST 200, has now further expanded its product portfolio with the launch of Techberry GD300 mobile phone in Indian market.

Techberry GD 300 Techberry GD300 TFT Touch Screen Mobile with Track Ball Launched

Techberry GD300 is equipped with the glossy TFT full Touch Screen Display and  Track Ball (Techberry called its as a eye catching feature of this model!). It has Dual Camera with Flash and Digital Zoom, main primary camera is 2.0 MP which is capable of capturing images of up to 1600 X 1200 pixels resolution, whereas the Secondary camera is of 1.3 Mp (with flash light) which can capture images at 640×480 pixels resolution and specially useful for video calling (Better than most handsets available in this price range). Have a brief look at Techberry GD300 Features and Specifications:

  • TFT full Touch Screen Display with Track Ball
  • Dual Camera with Flash, & Digital Zoom (2 mega pixel primary camera & 1.3 megapixel front camera with flash light)
  • Polyphonic, & MP3 ringtones and other entertainment features
  • Operates at frequencies of GSM 900 / 1800 MHz | GSM 900 / 1800 MHz
  • GPRS, Bluetooth v2.0 with A2DP, AVRCP, FTP Enabled, & WiFi connectivity options
  • MP3 Player with Audio Recording
  • MP4 Player video player support
  • Supports external memory up to 4GB through T-Flash card, Internal Memory of 92 MB
  • Java, WAP, & Opera Browser
  • Google Map, NimBuzz and Facebook Social Networking Services Supported
  • 1000 phone numbers storage capacity
  • Includes Li-ion 1200 mAh battery
  • USB Cable, PC Sync, Mass Storage, Webcam, & Shaking Control Enabled
  • E-book Reader, & Multi-languages support

Techberry GD300 is now available at Price Rs. 5650 in India, though company has not revealed price details officially in press release sent to us.

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