Micromax, one of the most popular Indian device makers, is all set to release a slew of new products.
Following up with the unveiling of MicromaxA116 Canvas HD, Micromax will be launching four 7 inch Android tablets in the next few weeks in India.
Deepak Mehrotra, chief executive officer, Micromax, said to The Mobile Indian, "Micromax will be launching around 30 devices this year out of which four 7 inch tablets based on Ice Cream Sandwich and Jelly Bean operating system will be launched in three weeks' time."
Deepak also said that the 7 inch tablets are most popular among consumers, and that's the reason why Micromax in not launching tablets in any other size.
The four tablets are expected to have dual core processors and will come pre loaded with educational content.
Till now, Micromax has launched five tablets under its Funbook series - Micromax Funbook, Funbook Pro, Funbook Talk, Funbook Alpha, and Funbook Infinity, and of them Micromax Funbook has had a good reception from consumers.
The only task Micromax Joy X1800 and Micromax Joy are expected to perform smoothly are calling and SMSing.
In all likelihood, Micromax Bolt A066 is going to be a cheaper version of Bolt A065.
The Micromax Canvas Hue has decent features including a huge 3000 mAh battery and quad core processor.
This chiseled metallic body clad budget smartphone offers decent features but nothing that would make it distinguishable in the crowded handset market.
OnePlus One devices, which also run on Cyanogen operating system, sold in India will not receive OTA updates from Cyanogen in because of the company's exclusive partnership with Micromax.
Micromax Canvas Nitro A311 which is an upgraded version of Nitro A310
Micromax will offer mobile recharge coupons to consumers willing to watch video ads on the new Canvas MAd A94 smartphone.
The phone is said to have a 4.5 inch screen and a quad core processor.
Micromax LapTab supports both Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean OS and Windows 8.
Perhaps this will be Micromax's answer to Intex's Aqua Octa.