Thursday, 22 March 2012

Zenga TV to offer mobile content on Nokia Asha 303.

zenga TV further extends its mobile reach by teaming up with the Nokia Asha 303. The mobile TV platform is all set to offer media and entertainment content on the Nokia Asha 303 across the globe. With Zenga TV, Nokia Asha users will be able to exploit licensed TV and video-on-demand content-on-the-go with streams working on 2.5G and above networks on mobile. The Nokia Asha 303 can be picked in red and graphite colours in stores with Zenga TV app. Zenga’s unique technology works at delivering the best possible mobile TV experience optimized for the type of the device and the kind of network being used, says the company. The company plans at bringing interactive, collaborative, on demand, and informative entertainment to mobile users in an optimized and cost effective way.

Lets brush through the specs of the Asha 303:
2.6-inch capacitive touchscreen with a 320 x 240 pixel resolution
Bluetooth 2.1 with A2DP + EDR, USB-on-the-go
3.2MP fixed focus camera
Stereo FM radio
MicroSD card support for up to 32GB

Commenting on the agreement, Shabir Momin, CEO, Zenga TV said, "This tie-up will enable users to use our wide range of TV channels, including bouquet of movies and songs - which have till now been available on our flagship & - quite comfortably on Nokia Smartphones."

Zenga TV offers TV services for Live TV channels, other entertainment, reality shows and news content that is optimized to be viewed on mobile and web screens. Zenga TV was also the exclusive, mobile, live video streaming provider for IPLT20 in year 2009, while it delivered Live IPL in 2010 on YouTube. 9X Jalwa was recently announced to be made available for Zenga TV’s seamless, non-buffering mobile and Web TV service. The new addition ensures that Bollywood fans can view their favourite content on web and also on mobile. 9X Jalwa is a Music Channel completely dedicated to timeless Bollywood hits. It airs music from Hindi movies touting to cover melodies ranging from the mid-60s to the early 2000s.

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