Four of the phones have 8 megapixel cameras while one has a five megapixel rear camera.
Chinese mobile phone manufacturer, G'Five has launched five new Android based smartphones in India. The phones are priced between Rs 6,000 to Rs 12,000 and are high on specification.
Out of the five, four handsets have 4 inch displays while the fifth one has a 5.3 inch screen. The 5.3 inch bearing G'Five G95 smartphone is priced at Rs 9,499 while the expensive of the lot is identified as the G'Five G3D which costs Rs 11,799. On the other hand, the newly launched G'Five A79 is priced at Rs 6,999, G'Five A86 at Rs 7,999, and G'Five I88 at Rs 8,899.
Also, four of them have 8 megapixel cameras while the fifth one has a 5 megapixel camera. Two of the handsets are based on Android 2.3 while the rest have the Android Ice Cream Sandwich operating system. We will bring you further information on the handsets soon.
G'Five has also announced the launch of its cloud services which is named as the G-cloud. More information on the same is awaited.
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