Islamabad, April 2, 2012: Continuing its legacy of bringing affordable and innovative technology to consumers, Pakistan Telecommunication Company Limited (PTCL) has launched the first ever 3G Android mobile Smartphone, EVODROID “Touch N Fly”.
PTCL EVODROID Touch N Fly comes with built-in 3G EVO wireless Broadband service that gives dual support for both EVDO and GSM/CDMA networks.Powered by Google Android Froyo 2.2 operating system, Smartphone EVODROID lets its users surf and talk simultaneously while on the move and that too at 3G speeds of up to 3.1 Mbps.
Supporting all GSM SIMS to ensure maximum outreach without limitations of any specific GSM network, it brings three-months and six-months bundled EVO Wireless Broadband connections equipped with both 3G & Wi-Fi for un-interrupted on-the-go connectivity.
The EVODROID Touch N Fly is packed with hi-resolution 3.5” 480*320, capacitive HVGA TFT LCD touch screen, 5.0 mega pixels autofocus rear camera, 3G Wi-Fi hotspot to enable sharing of Wi-Fi & 3G connections with multiple gadgets simultaneously, 512MB Flash ROM and 256MB DRAM, 4GB Micro SD card having extendable memory upto 32 GB included.
Providing up to 3-4hrs of talk time and 72hrs standby time, the Smartphone EVODROID accepts GSM SIMs and with handset configured for EVO, Wi-Fi bluetooth EDR 2.1 AGPS G-sensor, thus giving PTCL customers the freedom to surf, talk, tweet and do a lot more on the go in more than 200 cities nationwide
“The EVODROID launch is a giant step forward in PTCL’s growth as a technologically strong and revolutionary telecom company that is proving enhanced service quality to its valued customers,” said Senior Executive Vice President Commercial, Naveed Saeed. “We are constantly striving to bring products and services that meet our customers’ aspirations and empower them to experience the future today.”
“This Smartphone will open up new possibilities for customers with on-the-go connectivity offering a wide range of built-in and downloadable applications,” said Executive Vice President Wireless Business, Omar Khalid.