The Android army from Indian companies is getting bigger and bigger. And as expected the entry level phones are the ones that are storming the market. Micromax’s much awaited successor to the A60 is here and the prices have finally been revealed. Here’s a look at the specifications and features that make this phone a cool buy if you are looking for a low price Android phone.
3.2 inch TFT capacitive touch screen
WiFi b/g, GPRS, EDGE, 3G, Bluetooth 2.1
5MP rear facing camera 0.3MP front facing camera
Ships with Android 2.2 Froyo ( no word on future update)
1450mAH battery with upto 4hrs talktime and 7 days standby time.
Price approx 8k
Looking at the specs one can say that the specifications are pretty decent for the price that the phone is being offered. The biggest selling point of this phone is that it is one of the first smartphones to have a price tag below 10k and offering a front facing camera. This phone will be competing with the likes of Samsung Galaxy Pop, Dell XCD35, LG Optimus One, HTC Wildfire, Sony’s Xperia X10, Xperia Mini, the recently launched Spice MI-310 and many more offerings in the same price range. So now that the price wars have really begun the only question that remains is whether you are ready to look away from international brands and consider a smartphone manufactured by an Indian company.