This includes 19 feature phones and seven Android phones. Maxx has made this move in order to maintain its focus on delivering maximum variety of high quality phones at very affordable prices, it said in a statement.

"We had launched 15 models on August 15, 2013 and now are launching 26 models, offering the consumer freedom to choose his handset," Maxx Mobile CMD and founder Ajjay Agarwal said.

Out of all the announced handsets, seven Android smart phones (namely: AX44, AX 45, AX5i, MSD7 Smarty II, AX06, AX409, AX04) are installed with either Android Gingerbread or Jelly Bean operating system. As per the market buzz, they also feature 256MB to 512MB of RAM. Reports also claim that these devices feature two-megapixel primary camera along with LED flash light and enjoy 1600 mAh batteries.

Though, there is no official word over the processors and displays that these phones contain. Dual-SIM network connectivity is also expected in the other nineteen feature phones.