Adcom India, part of Advantage Computers Group, today announced the launch of three new budget android smartphones. These are named A-350(i), A-400(i) and A-520 HD and are new addition to the overcrowded budget android phone market. The company previously launched Adcom thunder series with flagship device Adcom Thunder A530 HD available with dual core processor and 5.3 Inch display.

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This time around Adcom has not specified the specifications or price in the press release. The three Smartphones will sport Android 2.3.5 Ginger bread, Android 4.0 ICS and Android 4.1 jelly bean respectively. The company has emphasized on a value for money product and good customer service.

Mr Sanjeev Bhatia Founder ADCOM Said “In last 4 months our numbers have increased and so is the distributors and channel partners. Very shortly people have started taking us as a serious player in the smart phones market Adcom is giving a lot of emphasis on after sales service. We have online support and onsite service for all Adcom users throughout the country. In Delhi NCR, we have mobiles engineers who go to the end-users doorstep for service after the complaint is lodged in our service call centre and pan India we have tie up with logistics partners to go to the user’s doorstep for pick up and drop facility. All above shows that we are very serious on the service issue and don’t hesitate to invest enough to give our customers a first class distinguish after sales service. You can also say “SEVICE IS OUR PASSION”.

Though not much information is available about these phones yet, they are expected to be with competitive price tags and will be available from around mid september 2013.

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