With an eye to the populous Hindi-speaking belt, Wynncom has launched India's first Hindi QWERTY keypad phone, Y-45, which enables users to chat in Hindi.
The phone makes it easier for users to connect with each other, especially in the Tier II and Tier III towns where one can easily express oneself in Hindi.
Y-45 is a dual SIM (GSM+GSM) phone with a 5.6 cm TFT colour screen, and supports social networking sites like Opera Mini, Snaptu, Nimbuzz, Facebook, Twitter, MSN.
It also features a geographic location finder, Saarthi, 1.3 MP camera, 1100 mAh Battery, which gives a talk time of 7 hours and standby time of 250 Hrs, expandable memory up to 8 GB, Bluetooth with A2DP, email facility, PC Sync, video recording and playback.
Arvind Vohra, co-founder and managing director, Wynn Telecom Ltd, said, ''We have devised Y-45 a multimedia series mobile phone for those who are looking for Hindi keypad on a QWERTY phone at affordable price.''
''In smaller cities where English language is a big hurdle for communicating your thoughts while texting a SMS, Y-45 will act as an apt medium for the people to express themselves in Hindi in a better way,'' he added.