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Latest features for $40

Motorola has recently launched its Motofone in India for Rs. 1700 (approx. US$40).  What's amazing about this phone is not only its price, but that it is not a "stripped down" version.  The phone comes fully loaded with features that people anywhere in the world would want: durability, extra long battery life, screens desgined to be sharp in daylight combined with stylish design.

This is innovation. 

Watch out, Nokia!

Comments

A moblie phone for 40$, A tata car for 1,00,000, a laptop or a desktop between 5,000-10,000. Such important things becoming affordable at these levels will increase knowldge levels of those who are less privilidged which will over all enhance opportunities for the same to earn more.

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