Samsung Max to CDMA rescue

Choosing a CDMA operator for low call costs is fine. But if you are seriously unhappy about the handsets you are restricted to choose from, Samsung launched Samsung Max, the first open market CDMA handset in India.

“The availability of CDMA phones in the open market will provide Indian consumers freedom to choose network operator’s of their choice,” said Hyundai Kim, Vice President and Head – CDMA Division, Samsung Telecommunications India.

So you can not only choose to upgrade to the Samsung Max, availability of the handset in the open market will empower you to choose the operator too!

The Max is a slider multimedia phone that includes customised “Indian” features such as an Indian Calendar, a ‘panchang’, mobile prayer, a Cricket scorer and Hinglish SMS.



• 1.9-inch 262k TFT screen
• 1.3megapixel camera
• Bluetooth technology
• FM radio
• MP3 player with Voice recorder
• Speaker phone
• Expandable memory
• Mobile Tracker
• SOS Alert
• RUIM card support
• Call Lock

The handset has been launched in Delhi and Mumbai and will be available across cities by December 2007 and will be available to subscribers of Reliance Mobile and Tata Indicom.


Rs 7500 which includes a stereo headset and a data cable.

Samsung CDMA website