New Delhi, Apr 29 (UNI) Collaborating with the US-based Qualcomm Incorporated, the country's leading handset maker Spice Mobiles Ltd today launched the country's first 3G CDMA handsets and targetted to sell half a million handsets by December-end.
''We are launching the first India 3G enabled device based on our cutting-edge technology, through our technical association with Qualcomm...and target to sell half a million handsets in the next six-to-eight months,'' Spice Mobiles Vice Chairman Dilip Modi said at a press conference here.
The two handsets launched -- C-810 and S-950 -- are priced at Rs 6,500 and Rs 8,500 respectively.
Besides, the B K Modi controlled company aims to sell four million standard handsets in the current fiscal, he said and added that it expects a turnover of Rs 1,000 crore in the current fiscal.
Mr Modi said the domestic CDMA market has been limited to operator dependent handsets.
''With this association, we will bring greater access to wireless connectivity and an enriched mobile experience to Indian consumers through our industry-leading solutions across all 3G CDMA technology platforms,'' said Qualcomm (India and South Asia) President Kanwalinder Singh.
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