The all new models were priced between Rs 1,895 and Rs 7,995. Most of the Akai handsets are targeted to the vibrant youths. Handsets were featured with full touch 3D UI, Wi-Fi, wireless FM with recording, social networking sites access, e-book compatibility and others.
"We are expecting an overall turnover of Rs 435 crore by Jul 2011 and mobile sales are expected to contribute around 40 percent of the total revenues with targeted monthly sales of one lakh handsets from Oct 2010 onwards," said Pranay Dhabhai, managing director, Akai India.
"We hope to become a prominent player in the Rs 700 billion mobile handset market in the coming years," he added.