Micromax today announced the launch of their first push email powered phone, the Q80, which is a 3G and Wi — Fi enabled Qwerty phone with an optical track pad. The push email service allows the users to receive their mails instantly. Q80 is a dual SIM phone which is designed to run both 3G and 2G enabled SIMs.
It is packed with a 3.0 megapixel camera with the face and smile detection ability, and a VGA front camera for video calls. The phone has a music player with built in Yamaha amplifier for better music quality. The Q80 boasts a 2.4 inch TFT QVGA screen (320 X 240) with an optical trackpad and preloaded applications including Opera Mini, Snaptu, Bloomberg UTV, ngpay, Burnout, Newshunt, Facebook and Nimbuzz.
The Q80 comes with an in-built memory of 68 MB which is expandable upto 8 GB. Micromax claims that the 1200mAh Li-ion battery of the phone provides a standby time of up to 130 hours and talk time of upto 5 hours. It is priced at Rs 4,999.