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Samsung launches mobile tracker phones in India

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MUMBAI: Samsung Telecommunications India Ltd. announced the launch of its range of secured phones SGH-C140, SGH-X520 and SGH-E250 in India. The technology boasts revolutionary security features like mobile tracker, emergency SMS and privacy lock in slider, clamshell and bar form factors, these phones transcends the current market offering by empowering consumer's security during mobility.

Mobile Tracker helps consumers to track their lost phone. Emergency SMS acts as personal bodyguard and alerts close relatives or friends about his distress or emergency situations. Privacy lock protects the data, photos, voice memo, multimedia messages, images and sound stored in the phone from intrusion.

Speaking on this occasion Samsung Telecommunications India managing director Ryu Hyun Chul said, "Close to 50 million worth of mobile phones are lost or stolen annually. Our personal experience shows that when we lose our phone we just buy the new one. We don't know how to track our lost phone. We are also not aware what will happen, if these lost or stolen phones fall into wrong hands."

Elaborating on the security features of the phone Chul added, "Samsung understands Indian consumer needs and through our secured phones, we have tried to address three of the larger issues of mobile security that is securing your mobile phones and preventing any untoward usage or incident through Mobile Tracker, securing the safety of near and dear ones through emergency SMS and securing the confidential data's that are stored in that phone. We will keep launching global phones with localized features."

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