Reliance Communications (RCOM) has tied up with Lenovo to launching a range of smartphones in India
Reliance Communications (RCOM) has tied up with Lenovo to launching a range of smartphones in India.
The smartphones will function on the operator’s CDMA and GSM networks simultaneously and will be able to switch calls between the two networks automatically based on the strength and quality of radio frequency signals.
The Reliance Lenovo range of co-branded smartphones will be available to RCOM’s customers and will function on the Android operating system and will also pack in a dual core 1 GHz processor.
Commenting on the partnership, Gurdeep Singh, president and chief executive officer, wireless business, RCOM said, “We are happy to announce our partnership with Lenovo to offer the most innovative dual technology smart-phones in the country. In line with our endeavour to develop the CDMA device ecosystem, the co-branded smartphones are set to offer a superlative customer experience in terms of device, speed and coverage on our high speed data network offering the widest footprint across the country. We are confident that the unmet demand of an innovative CDMA smartphone with exciting features at an attractive price point bundled with our “all share” plans will fulfil the demand of every customer on our superior network.”
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