UK-based smartphone maker Fly Mobiles on Wednesday announced the launch of three Android smartphones in the Indian market. The new phones are Fly Qik+, Qik and Snap.
“We have been in the industry for a decade now and are excited about our new range of Octa-core phones. Fly India will focus on bringing exceptional smartphones from its global portfolio. We believe that the India has huge potential in this category and are confident of satiating the needs of the smartphone generation,” said Rahul Goel, President, Fly Mobiles.
The company has partnered with e-retailer Snapdeal.com, which will be exclusively carrying these phones in the country.
“Snapdeal is proud to be the launch partner for the latest offering from the house of Fly Mobiles. Fly Mobiles is one of the leading mobile phone brands in Eastern Europe, and we are very excited to take their latest challenge to the market with the ‘Qik’ series of Smartphones,” said Karan Khara, Vice President, Strategic Alliances at Snapdeal.
Coming to the smartphone specifics, the 5-inch Fly Qik+ and 4.5-inch Qik are both powered by 1.7GHz MediaTek octa-core processor, however 4-inch Fly Snap comes with 1.3GHz quad-core processor (unspecified maker). All three phones run on Android 4.4.2 KitKat and feature dual-SIM card slots, 3G support, and FM Radio. You can check out the full specification later in the report.
The exact availability details are unclear at this point, but we hope to see these phones go on sale in the coming days.