Mi Fone mobiles have launched three new handsets in India namely, Mi-Q Plus, Mi-Q1 and Mi-Q5 at an extremely affordable price. These devices hold very close similarity with the design and features of BlackBerry devices,though superficially. These actually target the emerging trend of launching low cost dummies of popular handsets of branded mobile companies. Keeping that in mind, Mi Fone has customized these handsets as per the needs of the masses in general who need mobile phones as necessary for calling and remain connected. Mi-Fone is known for making very user-friendly and economical handsets. Mi-Q Plus at a price of Rs.2500 is one such mobile phone. It is cheap and has great features like the GPRS Class 10, WAP 2.0 for connectivity besides having FM radio, torchlight and QWERTY keypad. Mi-Q1, that is the next in the series also has an array of sizzling features like GPRS/WAP/MMS, 1GB memory, MP3/video compatibility and off course a good looking QWERTY keypad for easy texting, all this at price of Rs. 3,399 only. The Mi-Q5, the last in the series is a bit expensive compared to other two and can be fetched at Rs. 3,999. The handset aptly justify its price as it supports Java applications, Bluetooth, access to social applications like Facebook and MSN, push email etc. Entertainment lovers can watch analogue television on the mobile handset. All the new mobiles from Mi fone are stylishly designed and are available in bold dark color. They are good value for money.