Iranian firm introduces new cellphones
An Iranian company plans to introduce three new low-price mobile phones to Iran’s market in the near future.
Hamid Saeedi, the managing director of Hamrah Gooya Arvand Communication Company, says the new mobile phones will be sold under the brand name GLX.
He told Mehr Mews Agency that three models — Elegance, X5 and 2680C — priced at around $50 will hit the market by May 21.
The GLX cellphones feature dual SIM cards, memory card, Bluetooth and boast a built-in VGA camera and music player.
Saeedi expects that the features and value of the range will make for a good market reception for them.