The phone, to be released shortly, will charge in 3 hours to support 1.5 hours of talktime.
Rahul Sharma, co-founder and executive director, Micromax, told The Mobile Phone, "We have been at the forefront of innovation. We were the first to launch long battery life phones, dual SIM phones and many more. Our next innovation is to get rid of the mobile phone charger by including a solar panel in our next phone. This solar charger will top up the charge in 3 hours to support 1.5 hours of talktime."
Micromax will not be the first manufacturer with such a product. Vodafone has Vodafone VF 247, a very basic phone with voice and text features along with FM radio, colour display and solar panel at the back. This phone is priced at Rs 1,500. However, going by the history of Micromax, its phone will be rich in other features as well.
Micromax has joined hands with TranServ to roll out the mobile wallet service in India.
Just yesterday, Micromax's Canvas Amaze was made available at Rs 7,999
Micromax Canvas Amaze has the Android Lollipop operating system and a quad core processor.
Its predecessor, the Blaze 4G, has almost the same specifications except a bigger 2000 mAh battery and a 5 MP rear camera.
The Canvas Mega is available from a third party retail website for Rs 8,099.
A teaser issued by Micromax says "Pride, Performance, Power", indicating towards a powerful smartphone.
Micromax has launched Bolt S302 at Rs 3,199, Bolt D303 at Rs 3,199, Bolt Q331 at Rs 4,999 and Bolt Q338 at Rs 6499.
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