Popular Vietnamese smartphone brand, mobiistar, launched its flagship Android phone today. The mobiistar touch KEM 462 is equipped with a 4.6 inch 16-million-colors LCD screen, 8 megapixel camera, dual-core 1GHz CPU and 1GB RAM. The phone also features dual SIM card options, the Opera Mini mobile browser and runs on Android 4.0 OS.
The touch KEM 462 will be available in Vietnam from
30th January, the same day that Canadian smartphone manufacturer Research In Motion is launching their BlackBerry 10 devices globally. The touch KEM 462 will retail at VND 3,990,000 (around US$190)
In the press release, Lars Boilesen, CEO of Opera Software said, “Over 60% of internet users in Vietnam access the web via mobile phones, and millions of Vietnamese people use Opera Mini to surf. mobiistar knows that the browser is the soul of the mobile phone for people in Vietnam and has made its Android phones even smarter by preinstalling Opera Mini. The company has freed consumers from the hassle of downloading and installing their favorite browser from the store. That convenience truly makes a difference.”
mobiistar is own by Mobile Start Corporation in Vietnam. The smartphone brand was launched in June 2009.