Handsets of this company will be available from next month. According to reports, the brand is being funded by Singapore-based Inflexionpoint which will initially invest USD 20 million in the company.

Sculley has chosen Ajay Sharma, who was the head of HTC in India and was heading Micromax’s smartphone division, to lead the business of the new device in India.

Sculley is looking at margin around 20 percent and expects to sell a million units.

Earlier, there were reports that Inflexipoint-owned company in India called Iris Computers will distribute the smartphones via its branches and vendors.