iBall launches the Fab9 Feature phone

By DQW NEWS BUREAU - 21 March, 2012


In yet another mark of innovation, iBall, one of India's fastest growing electronic companies has added a new phone to its range-the Fab9. Designed with the young, entertainment-loving user in mind, the phone features a host of functions and comes pre-loaded with enough content to keep the users plugged in.

To begin with, Fab9 promises to be as durable and efficient as the best products haven proven to be. Its powerful speaker, a quality earphone and a 1200 mAh battery are built to deliver the same, along with having security features such as the mobile tracker. It is, however, the Fab9's cool and easy accessibility to entertainment that keeps the user's senses tuned. From a trendy design (dedicated music key) and 2.4" display to functions such as background music and FM playback, the Fab9 scores well. On the interactivity front, the fabulous phone is truly smart, for having night-vision and special effects for its 1.3 MP camera, Bluetooth, WAP and GPRS to connect to the world and a ready compatibility towards social networking sites such as Facebook and Orkut.

Fab9's ace features do not end here; they also include an ability to read e-books,use live video wallpapers. And if one is thinking all this might zap its battery, it works up to a whopping 300 hours standby, 5 hours of talk time and 7 hours while on music playback. It also offers dual SIM mode, all this while having all the basic features such as phone book (1000 capacity), a Micro SD card slot and dual language support - for both the English and Hindi-speaking usesr.

To promote their new launch, iBall has also packed in some irresistible content in the Fab9 - songs and videos from hit Bollywood movies. It is hence not a matter of surprise that the tagline for the Fab9 is ‘Shaan meri Jaan!'Surely with the Fab9, its newest offering to the Feature phone market, iBall has once again taken its technology and user-friendliness to a new level.


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