Mobile operators Aircel and Bharti Airtel on Wednesday said they would start selling Apple's iPhone 4 in India from Friday (May 27). The smartphone will be priced at Rs.34,500 for the 16GB model and Rs.40,900 for the 32GB model.
Regarded as one of the most innovative phone, iPhone 4 features unique retina display, the highest resolution display ever built into a phone resulting in super crisp text, images and video, besides ‘FaceTime' that makes video calling a reality.
The smartphone is powered by Apple's A4 chip and features a 5 megapixel camera with LED flash and HD video recording. It also comes with iOS 4 advanced mobile operating system and App Store that provides access to more than 3.5-lakh applications, including the ‘iMovie' built just for iPhone 4.
“We will provide customers with a range of flexible service plans for both post-paid and pre-paid mobile customers. Following the upfront payment, customers will have the opportunity to recover 100 per cent of their upfront iPhone cost in monthly credits on their service plan over 24 months,” said Aircel Director Sandip Das.
“With a robust roll-out of Aircel's 3G services in 13 circles across India, the launch of iPhone 4 will allow our consumers to truly savour the 3G experience. With our incredible new price plans, we aim to make iPhone more affordable than ever,” he added.