Monday, November 8, 2010

finally a phone which could play avi

When it comes to low-end mobile handsets, movie playback is a major pain. One has to convert hours long movies into mobile friendly format for watching it on the go. Now, Intex has launched its new dual SIM phone IN 2060 'V.DO' (pronounced as 'We Do)' that is claimed to support playback for popular video formats such as MP4, 3GP and AVI. This entry level smartphone is priced at Rs. 2,600 (MOP). 

All new Intex IN 2060 'V.DO' Dual-SIM phone supports GSM + GSM model. The IN 2060 can playback most kinds of video formats (MP4, 3GP and AVI) with utmost clarity. The hi-definition video fits in well with the QVGA 2.0 inch display screen. I really can't say that it's a decent display to watch a movie but when one has no choice, something is better than nothing. 



The 1.3 megapixel camera allows video recording as well and the built-in radio will promise you a good music experience. You can even record your favorite tunes from FM-Radio. The Intex IN 2060 also has number of features well suited for entry level multi-media phone - audio player, extendable memory up to 8 GB, auto call record, data protection, web camera, torch light, Bluetooth with A2DP, Hindi keypad, mobile tracker, Black List, etc.
 
In the new IN 2060 model, Intex's 'Black List' feature allows blocking up to 500 callers in its range of mobile phones. A fairly long-lasting battery gives talk time of up to 3 hours when using dual-SIM to make the best of its in-built features.