Here are two off-beat and unusual mobile phone models that you can definitely consider for the purpose of gifting to those with a peculiar personality traits. These are two mobile models that are conceived to cater to those with adventurous and spiritual streak.
Bleu466x: one for the spiritually inclined
If you think that a celestial theme for gifting is cool, the Sagem Bleu466x is the ultimate choice. The device comes in a Ramayan themed box that comprises a spiritually inclinBleu466xed user’s manual! With this hand-set, the makers have blended technology with spirituality. The company has exclusive rights for Ramanand Sagar’s once highly popular TV serial, which they are trying to leverage – cleverly and successfully.
It has Ramayan wallpapers, animations, and also incorporates the mobile version of the Ramayan serial video, lasting well over an hour, more than two hours of songs, hymns and a power-boosting Hanuman Chalisa! The phone is available at Rs 4,000 plus.


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C902, Cyber-shot series: Ideal gift for James Bond buffs
It was reported in the media that Sony Ericsson has plans to roll out exclusive James Bond edition of their C902 phone. The firm has finally announced the launch of the limited Cybershot James Bondedition of the James Bond device in the Indian market. The special edition of the C902 is based on the Bond movie ‘Quantum of Solace’.

Apart from the usual features, it is packed with exclusive content like wallpapers and screen savers, full color trailer of the film and behind-the-scenes interviews with the actors. James Bond fans in India will be able to buy the phone for Rs 21,000 plus for a limited period of time.

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2 Comments

monika · September 5, 2008 at 9:48 am

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Nancy · October 24, 2008 at 5:06 pm

theme based phones… hmmm… not a bad idea for a Diwali gift.. but then again i’m wondering in most organisations including mine, where we dont allow camera mobiles on the premises, will they really serve well as a business gift… it’d be ironical to gift them mobiles which they aren’t allowed to use in the very same office that gave it to ’em.

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