By: Anil Satapathy, The Mobile Indian, New Delhi
Last updated : August 24, 2013 5:50 pm
A75 Superfone Lite is a dual SIM Android smartphone with an impressive spec sheet.
Remember Micromax A60, which used to be the cheapest Android phone? With A60, Micromax had started the trend of cheap Android smartphones priced below Rs 10,000. Soon after that, many top companies either slashed prices of their Android handsets or introduced cheaper versions to lure price conscious Indian consumers.
So, terming Micromax a trendsetter would not be an under-statement. This time, too, Micromax has raised the bar with its new, affordable smartphone - the A75.
Nicknamed Superfone Lite, and said to be a cheaper cousin of Micromax Superfone A85, the A75 comes with impressive specifications and looks. As usual, we at The Mobile Indian put it on a rigorous test for weeks to check its mettle, and here's how it performed:
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