Micromax Ninja A50 features a 3.1 inch capacitive touchscreen and a SIRI like personal assistant feature called AISHA.
Micromax has launched a new entry level Android smartphone priced at Rs 4,999. Called the Superfone Ninja A50, the handset features a 3.1 inch screen, Android 2.3.6 operating system and a 650 MHz processor.
The main attraction of the phone, apart from its price, is AISHA or Artificial Intelligence Speech Handset Assistant, which works like SIRI application of iPhone 4S. But how well it works is something we will find out later. The idea of a personal assistant basically is that the phone takes voice commands.
AISHA will open a map, search web for query, dial number etc based on voice commands. It also enables people to update their status on social-networking websites such as Facebook and Twitter. For the smooth functioning of AISHA, Micromax has a back-end tie up with Indian portals such as Timesjob.com and Simplymarry.com.
The Android lineup of Micromax includes A85, A75, A73 and A78, offering handsets in the price range of Rs 4,999 to Rs 12, 500.
The Micromax Canvas Tab P470 said to have support for 21 Indian languages.
The major attraction of Micromax Canvas Selfie is that it has 13 megapixel front and rear camera along with flash and Sony Sensor.
Micromax has even tied up with Aircel to offer 500 MB data per month for the first 6 months on Canvas Xpress.
Micromax has joined hands with Intel for a range of devices starting with this 8 inch tablet which will be available from November 29.
The Micromax Bolt AD 4500 is available from eBay for Rs 5,290.
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Micromax is planning to bring 4G capable smartphones with the newly announced Snapdragon 210 chipset by next year.
It has 2 GB RAM, latest Android KitKat OS, and a 13 megapixel rear camera.
The Canvas XL2 comes with a 5.5 inch screen and has a quad core processor.
The Micromax Canvas Knight Cameo offers a 4.7 HD IPS display and the latest Android KitKat operating system.