It runs by Android 2.3 and is powered by a 1 GHz processor.
"The Bolt category will include a new range of feature rich phones from Micromax," said the company n a press release while announcing the launch of the phone.
The Micromax Bolt A35 comes with a 10.1 cm full capacitive touch screen and runs on Android 2.3.5 (Gingerbread). It is powered by a 1 GHz processor. The new Micromax handset is equipped with a 2.0 megapixel rear camera and a 0.3 megapixel front camera. The A35 comes with an expandable memory up to 16 GB too.
Powered by a 1500 mAh battery, the phone claims to provide talk time of 4.5 hours and supports Bluetooth 2.1 and WiFi. It has something called 'Flash' application that, according to Micromax, enables users to share apps, games, photos, videos, songs and much more with just a swipe.
"Users can drag content across the screen or simply shake and share seamlessly between Android devices to spread the excitement at blazing fast speeds. The app works on WiFi, making one of the devices a Hotspot and sharing files over the private network via "Flash Transfer" App to keep the action going even without any data connectivity. It is the ideal application for the young generation who is always on the lookout for better, faster and savvier smart phones on the go," Micromax explained further.
The Micromax Bolt A35 is priced at Rs 4,250 and is available from retailers across the country from today.
The new Micromax Canvas Selfie Lens smartphone comes with a Clip on 0.4X Wide Angle Lens that claims to capture wide angle images and videos.
At 5.1mm, Micromax says the Canvas Sliver 5 is the slimmest phone ever with no bumps.
Micromax Canvas Hue 2 A316 has 16 GB internal storage and a 5 inch HD display.
The Canvas Fire 3 has Android 4.4.2 KitKat operating system, a 1.3 GHz quad core processor, and a 4.5 inch display with qHD resolution.
The company also said that it will launch more 4G phones under other its series like Unite, Nitro, Fire etc.
The tablet offers an Intel quad core processor and is said to be upgradable to the Android Lollipop version.
Except internal memory, the new Micromax Canvas A1 AQ4502 has no other improvements over its predecessor.
The mammoth Doodle 4 has the latest Android operating system and a huge 3000 mAh battery.
Its predecessors, the Micromax Canvas Nitro A311 is available for Rs 8,999 while the Nitro A310 is available for around Rs 11,000.
Micromax has several Android Lollipop based smartphones in its kitty that include recently released Canvas Play, Canvas Spark etc.