Sibal launches mobile phones made by domestic players

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Telecom Minister Kapil Sibal today launched three smartphones and one feature phone manufactured by domestic companies

Handset firms Karbonn and Lava International launched their smartphones, while Maxx Mobiles introduced its feature phone targetted at the rural market.

The phones were launched at India Telecom 2013, organised by the Department of Telecom and industry body Ficci.

Karbonn expanded its smartphone range with Titanium X, priced at Rs 18,490, which has a full high definition display and 13 megapixel rear camera.

Lava International introduced two smartphones for Rs 5,499 and Rs 9,999, which are designed by its in-house research and development team.

Maxx Mobiles feature phone is priced at Rs 1,932, which has a dual SIM slot, camera, 16 GB expandable memory, GPRS and a LED torch, targetted at the rural customers.

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