Friday, 27 April 2012

Micromax Unveils A50 Superphone Ninja with iPhone Like Feature

Indian handset maker Micromax has taken veils off the “iPhone like” handset of its own, which is attributed the name of Ninja, yes, Micromax A50 Superphone Ninja. Yes, the handset sports a voice driven app which is called AISHA(Artificial Intelligence Speech Handset Assistant), it does what SIRI does for the iPhone, works on a voice command. Folks, I know this comparison is a little superfluous, but hey, to come up with a handset which works on voice command is, for an Indian company, a massive achievement in itself. Let us explore the handset inside out.   

Before divulging into the handset’s corporal details, I must mention the price of the gadget that will help you in making up your mind about what this all new handset is all about; the price of the handset is INR 4999. And at that low a price the Ninja offers you Android 2.3.6 Gingerbread operating system. In the processor segment the Ninja has 650MHz chip, which is seconded by a 256MB RAM. The handset has a memory expansion capacity of up to 32GB via microSd card.
If we talk about the dimension of the phone it has 113 x 61 x 13 mm of dimension and the TFT LCD screen of the mobile is 3.1 inches which supports 65K colors. Moving towards the camera specification of the handset, it has got a 2 MP camera on the posterior which can record you videos too. Unfortunately there is no front camera on offer.
The handset offers a 1200mAh battery, which happens to be the same specification that the Samsung Galaxy Y sports.

For the Internet fanatics the Ninja has an Android Browser in addition to the built in Google search. There is WAP 2.0 protocol. The other built in apps include: Document Editor, Ibibo, Saavn, Anitivirus, Google Talk, Google Search, YouTube, Android Market, MApps, Gmail, Google Maps, SNS integration.
It looks like the Gurgaon based company is taking innovation to an unbelievably higher level, nothing like anything folks. What say you guys.   
Like the article you might also like to read:

Samsung Galaxy S III: Expected Specs, Review


No comments:

Post a Comment