Intelbras launches new mobile handsets

19 Aug 2008

Brazilian mobile phone and computer manufacturer Intelbras has started selling its first three cell phone models, writes BNamericas citing a company statement. Intelbras is looking to augment and expand its solutions portfolio which currently includes telecoms, technology and electronic surveillance gear for security markets. The new Intelbras-branded models are the A6, M100 and M500. All are understood to be equipped with MP3, MP4, Bluetooth, digital camera and FM radio, and will be priced from BRL299 (USD185) to BRL399. The handsets are also enabled to work as webcams for videoconference.