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Synonyms for cellphone

a hand-held mobile radiotelephone for use in an area divided into small sections, each with its own short-range transmitter/receiver

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The feature phone with its 1020mAh BL-5C battery is rated to last up to 31 days on standby.
With 4G feature phone, Reliance Jio can attract more users and also expand its service.
Digit1 is the first ever 4G 'smart' feature phone powered by a Qualcomm processor and will be a game changer in the feature phone market.
Under this provision, the company plans to manufacture its feature phones, and other products to propel the 'Make in India' initiative of the government of India.
Digit 1 is the first ever 4G 'smart' feature phone powered by a Qualcomm processor and will be a game changer in the feature phone market.
The JioPhone was launched in July last year, aimed at feature phone users.
This Republic Day will mark an acceleration towards achieving the vision of Digital Freedom for the 50 crore feature phone users of India.
It was announced earlier that Jio is looking to launch a feature phone that will support 4G connectivity.
Price, Availability and WarrantyCard Feature Phone comes in Black and White color with MRP of Rs.
Nokia 216 and Nokia 216 Dual SIM are our newest addition to the Microsoft feature phone family that offer the affordable connectivity features people need, combined with the entertainment features they want".
Microsoft has launched a new Nokia feature phone called the Nokia 216.
HMD intends to leverage and grow Nokia's global brand reach, and intends to invest over USD 500 million over the next three years to support the global marketing of Nokia-branded mobile phones and tablets, funded via its investors and profits from the acquired feature phone business.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-May 20, 2016-Microsoft selling feature phone business to FIH Mobile Ltd.
Microsoft officially announced it is selling its feature phone business to FIH Mobile, a subsidiary of Foxconn and Finnish company HMD Global for $350m.
Traditionally Pakistan was a feature phone market until 2012 since there was no network to support.