Latest Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA) Mobile Phones in India
Mobile service industry is mainly dominated by two main arch-rival network technologies i.e the (CDMA) Code Division Multiple Access and GSM (Global System for Mobile Communications). In India, CDMA mobiles have occupied a great demand at a very rapid rate. CDMA is highly preferred by users due to its wide network coverage and that too at low charges. There is no doubt that in present times, CDMA handsets and GSM mobile provider offer almost same facilities.
CDMA Mobile handsets in India have gained popularity in the market with the aid of some major operators like Docomo, Tata Indicom, BSNL, Reliance and MTNL. Due to their successful tie-up with some renowned mobile brands like Samsung, Nokia and Motorola, CDMA mobiles have been able to give a tough competition to the GSM mobiles. These mobile phones have been able to spread their network all throughout the world. Another USP of CDMA Mobile phones is that these handsets are available at more cost-effective price rates in comparison to GSM. Moreover, CDMA also provide reasonable services and have carved a sophisticated niche in the urban areas.
It is to be mentioned that CDMA phones are not free from disadvantages. You are not able to enjoy CDMA mobile phones with multiple SIM cards. This means that you have to remain confined to a single handset for a longer period of time. However, with the introduction of international roaming facility on these phones, these handsets have given a strong stand to GSM phones. Another important advantage of CDMA phones is that roaming costs of these phones are lower than GSM. Moreover, you can now also enjoy dual SIM facilities with CDMA phones.
Cheapest Mobile Phones in India belonging to CDMA category includes the Micromax Q1C, Micromax C350, LG 6400, Spice C-5300 and Samsung Guru Muzik, to name a few. One of the best CDMA phones from Samsung is the Samsung Guru Muzik, which is featured with music hot keys, FM recording, optimum-grade speakers and 2GB microSD card support. It is noteworthy, that the lowest Samsung CDMA phone is the Samsung Super Star, which can be availed at a price of just INR 1400 (approx). Like GSM, CDMA phones also sport attractive display, powerful battery and other common entertainment tools. Furthermore, the advent of mobile phones with both GSM and CDMA has brought a new trend in the industry. These phones with both CDMA and GSM have appealed the buyers and are potential enough to serve all their requirements.
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