French mobile handset maker Sagem enters India

By siliconindia staff writer   |   Monday, 24 May 2004, 07:00 Hrs
Printer Print Email Email
KOLKATA: Promising to offer latest mobile handsets at reasonable rates, French mobile handset maker 'Sagem' has chalked out an aggressive strategy to penetrate into the Indian market.

Sagem's entry comes hardly a few months after attempts of Chinese companies to make their presence felt in India with low priced sets.

The company, which has entered Indian market with eight models, plans to bring in complete range of 15 models this year itself through their all India distributor Cenzer Industries Limited, a part of Cenzer Group.

The company's cheapest model comes for Rs 3,299 while its recently launched new mobile phone equipped with video/voice recording, playback, Hi-Fi ringtones, Java enabled gaming and download options was priced at Rs 15,299.

All the products were being sold with two year warranty and one-year insurance against theft.

Google's Gboard gets offline
Google is adding an Artificially Intelligent (AI) offline dictation feature on its Gboard keyb..
Facebook denies cyber attack
Facebook ruled out a cyber attack on its products Whatsapp, Instagram and Messenger, which suf..
Wipro opens third industrial
IT major Wipro Ltd on Thursday opened its centre of excellence for Industrial Internet of Things (..
IBM announces programme
n a bid to recognise the contribution of developers in the open source community, Information ..