With a huge CDMA mobile customer base, second only to the U.S., you would probably expect India to have plenty of CDMA phones with cutting-edge technology. Not so fast.
Not everyone would want to buy a GSM+CDMA dual SIM phone, but if your needs lie that way, these are the cheapest ones you can find in the Indian mobile phone market.
Reliance Communications has launched LG VX10000 touchscreen phone in India at a price of Rs 22,000. The dual-screen LG VX10000 is part of LG's attempt to widen its CDMA user base in India.
A CDMA iPhone from Reliance Communications or Tata Indicom? It may not be too far, if some reports in the blogosphere have to be believed. Apple, which makes the iPhone is apparently planning to bring out a CDMA version of its iconic iPhone next year, say reports.
Intex plans to launch four new dual SIM mobile phones, IN4495, IN4410, IN80 and IN20, in the Indian market.