Reliance Communication (RCOM), one of the top guns in the mobile industry ties up with Lenovo, PC Maker to kick-off CDMA and GSM mobile phones. Lenovo is to create CDMA and GSM handsets simultaneously and Reliance ‘Dual Core’ would help in switching the calls between the two networks. However, the switching between the networks also depends on the signals of both the networks.
The smartphones would be running on android operating systems powered by a 1GHz dual core processor. The Reliance and Lenovo co-branded smartphones are going to be available to both CDMA and GSM customers at all the 3500 stores of Reliance and Lenovo in India. The launch date and the prices are yet to be announced.
In this context, Liu Jun, president of Lenovo Business Group said “The Indian smartphone market represents solid growth opportunities where CDMA/GSM penetration is still low. With this partnership, we aim to replicate our China success and gain market share in the smartphone in India.”
“Reliance Communications’ partnership with Lenovo is aimed towards leading the next wave of Smart-phones and tablets across the country with the widest footprint of High Speed Data network of Reliance,” said Reliance communications in a statement.
Reliance boasts about its 130 million customers ruling 24,000 towns and six lakh villages and it also ranks as one of the top six companies in the world as per the number of customers in a single country.