UK based cellphone player Fly Mobile, known mainly for its presence in the low-end phone market, is poised to go Android happy with the launch of four new Android phones. The phones will be priced between Rs. 7,000 to 10,000 and will be launched sometime in October. The news was announced by Fly Mobile CEO Prem Kumar, "In third quarter of the current financial year we will be launching four Android phones in the price range of Rs 7,000 to Rs 10,000." Kumar also said that all phones will have 5 megapixel cameras and will be based on Android 2.2 (Froyo).
He also promised to launch an app store within the year to complete the Android experience. "Fly Mobile is strengthening its app ecosystem and is in the process of launching its app store, which will be India centric. Consumers will be able to experience our store by the third quarter this year," he promised while speaking to the media. The new Android phones will see the company changing its focus to a richer multimedia experience with a focus on video streaming and music playback. Fly Mobile also plans to increase service centres from the 384 to 450 in a span of two months.