M-tech, a manufacturer of affordable phones, has announced the launch of a new selfie-centric feature, the G24. Priced at Rs 899, the feature phone is available at leading e-commerce sites and retail stores.
The feature phone comes loaded with a 1.8-inch QQVGA display and the major highlight of this one is the dual digital camera, one at the back and one at the front, taking selfies and photos. The phone is backed by a 100mAh battery that the company claims to offer 7 hours of talk time and 300 hours of standby time. The phone offers support in five languages including English, Hindi, Kannada, Telugu, and Bengali.
The M-tech G24 features a 16GB expandable memory and packs host of other features like MP3/MP4/WAV player, wireless FM radio, Bluetooth, audio/video recording, auto call record and torch among others. However, the question here one should here is it worth buying? Firstly, the feature phone comes with a selfie camera, which is a good thing, but how would share it with your friends or foes? No, you can’t as it does not support either 4G network and there are no noticeable social media apps for this one.
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Further, the feature phone looks a tad similar to the Nokia 3310, especially from the front and the brand M-tech itself is yet to make a strong presence felt in the phone market. Another thing to keep in mind is the after-sales support. The feature phone looks interesting in terms of specs and price, but it is the customers that need to think whether it is worth buying or not.