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INTEX V.Show Mini Theatre 8809 – Another Projector Phone

on March 29, 2011 – 4:57 pm4 Comments

Intex Technologies has launched V.Show Mini Theatre (IN 8809), successor to Intex V.Show 8810 which was India’s first projector phone launched last November.

This is a Dual SIM GSM phone with an in-built projector. This projector is brighter than the earlier version, so that this can not only project 3GP, MP4 and AVI videos at 25 FPS, but also can project images, web pages and office documents. This phone can record AVI videos at 10 FPS.

This phone comes with 3.5mm audio jack converter cable to connect it to external speakers. This also comes with mobile tracker and auto call recording feature, social networking apps and pre-loaded games..

Specifications of Intex V.SHOW Mini Theatre 8809

  • Quadband GSM Support 850/900/1800/2100 MHz
  • 2.4 inch QVGA 262K Display.
  • 17.5 mm thick and weighs 142g.
  • Motion Sensor.
  • FM radio with scheduled recording.
  • 1000 phone book and 300 SMS storage capacity.
  • 2MP camera.
  • WAP, GPRS, Bluetooth with A2DP.
  • 87MB internal memory, External memory expandable up to 16GB (Micro SD)
  • Opera Mini and BOLT browsers.
  • Webcam.
  • 1000 mAh Battery with 168h standby and 3.5h talk time.

This phone is priced at Rs 6,300 and is a direct competitor to recently launched Spice Popkorn M-9000 projector phone that lies in the same price bracket.

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  • rain_shark

    Hi,
    This phone does not have analog tv? Then it’s in no way a ‘direct’ competitor. ;)

  • Ashish S

    They look the same

  • sahil

    the projection is realy good.
    nd m using this phn

    • CS BONS

      Hi Sahil,

      I want to buy projector phone. Please let me know what is the maximum possible display size via projector. and what will be maximum possible display size via projector( I mean when we are displaying on wall)with good screen resolutions ( I mean good visibility and brightness.

      Thanks

      csbons