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    Best QWERTY keypad phones available in India below Rs.10000


    Eager to purchase a good budget QWERTY mobile phone? Check out the feedback & reviews of QWERTY mobile phones in India under 10k.

    I am a big fan of QWERTY keypad mobile phones. I would like to know which are the QWERTY keypad phones available in India today below Rs.10000/-. If required I can increase my budget by 2-3k. Please suggest accordingly.
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    In this age of touchscreen phones, it is really too difficult to find QWERTY keypad phones. Apart from Blackberry, no one is pushing this segment anymore.

    Here is the list of a couple of them I could manage to find.

    1. LG Optimus Pro C660

    The features include

    • DISPLAY: It has 2.8 inch TFT capacitive display with 240 x 320 resolution

    • HARDWARE: It sports 800 MHz Qualcomm MSM7227T Snapdragon processor and Adreno 200 GPU

    • OS: It runs on Android 2.3.3 Gingerbread

    • CAMERA: It houses a 3.15 MP camera which can help you click some decent pictures. It has no secondary camera

    • CONNECTIVITY & OTHER: It features standard connectors like Bluetooth, A-GPS, FM radio and USB

    • SENSORS: It also is equipped with compass, proximity and accelerometer


    The cute and economical QWERTY phone is available at Rs.5700 on FlipKart.

    2. Samsung Galaxy Chat B5330

    This phone has following features

  • DISPLAY: It has 3.0 inch TFT touchsreen at 240 x 320resolution

  • HARDWARE: It is powered by a 850 MHz processor

  • OS: The device runs on Android 4.0 ICS, upgradable to JellyBean 4.1.2

  • CAMERA: The device sports a 2 MP camera.No front camera provided.

  • CONNECTIVITY: The device has standard A-GPS, bluetooth, WLan and microUSB.

  • SENSORS: It features compass, proximity and accelerometer sensors



  • Priced at around Rs.7000, the device would be a bit difficult to find in the market.

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