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The first Russian equivalent for iPhone 4 will be released in March
29.12.2010 14:56
The first Russian equivalent for iPhone 4 will be released in March

Russian first phone, an equivalent for iPhone 4 has been announced by Vladimir Evtushenkov, head of Joint-Stock Financial Corporation Sistema.
      
      This phone will be released in March, 2011 and will be available for 11 thousand rubles. New device has a chip GPS/GLONASS, this feature differs it from iPhone 4. This product is a joint development of Sitronics company, filial of Sistema and Qualcomm and ZTE companies. Some more device series are also expected in 2011 year.
      
      rbcdaily.ru
      
Author: Ksenia Dzhalagonia


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