As the premier connectivity service provider Dialog Axiata and keeping with its tradition of first in-to the market will launch a 4G-LTE enable Dialog Smartphone to its own-brand device range.

The Q143L, the latest addition to the portfolio which is becoming increasingly popular amongst Dialog customers, combines a rich user-experience and offers the best value for customers. Consumers seeking to upgrade their mobile device to operate on Dialog’s superior 4G-LTE network with burst speeds of up to 40Mbps. can download their favourite music, movies and games whilst also enabling them to share these speeds through thatering for other users to make use of the 4G network, which will empower them to have access to the world of information, entertainment and social media.

The Dialog own-branded device range has grown steadily in its 1st  year since its launch in December of 2012, to make up a significant proportion of overall Dialog Smartphone sales and connectivity to the network. Today, Dialog is building on that success and aggressively developing its Smartphone portfolio.

Sri Lankan mobile users are hungry for sophisticated yet affordable mobile phones that allow them to reap the benefits of the mobile internet, stated by Senior General Manager, and Head of Mobile Telecommunications at Dialog Axiata PLC.

The Dialog Q143L is the only 4G-LTE Smartphone available in the sub 35,000 rupees price range and is supported by a one year Dialog Warranty. The new Q-Series Dialog branded 4G-LTE Smartphone series comes with a 4.3 qHD display Screen for Rs. 34,990/-, which includes network benefits, that will give the user the future of 4G networking capabilities, bringing the World Wide Web to their fingertips in a blink of an eye.

The Dialog Q143L Smartphone is based on the original and fully featured Android 4.0 (Ice-Cream Sandwich) Operating System and assures Sri Lankan mobile users of the ‘full Android experience’ inclusive of Google Play. At 11mm thick and weighing just 151g, The Q143L offers a battery that is good for 240 hours standby and 6 hours of talk time.


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