While the price of this 3.5 inch display toting Android phone has not been announced it is likely to be priced below Rs 4,500.
Micromax has announced yet another phone. Ninja A27 is a low cost phone running on Android 2.3 Gingerbread operating system and also gets a 3.5 inch display with 320 x 480 pixels resolution.
The phone is second one to feature Spreadtrum chipset and gets a 1 GHz processor paired with 256 MB of RAM.
Micromax has introduced a new gesture called Swipe and share with this phone which allows one to share files with friends on social sharing sites or with other devices by just swiping it to left or right.
In terms of camera it only gets a VGA camera at the back and there is no front camera. Micromax A27 Ninja is embedded with 160 MB of internal memory which can be extended up to 16 GB with the help of Micro SD card.
The price for the phone has not been announced but its is likely to be priced below Rs 4,500 and even below Rs 4,000 price is not ruled out rather it is a high possibility.
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.
All the Canvas series phones of Micromax are said to get the update.