Micromax Bolt A28 and Bolt A59 Android Smartphones Make Online Debut; Price and Specification Details
By greeshma m | January 4, 2014 6:51 PM EST
The indigenous smartphone maker Micromax's two new budget Android smartphones are now up for grabs at the online retailers in the country with a price tag of 3,674 and 4,542 respectively.
The smartphones which are yet to be launched in the local market is likely to see the official unveiling in coming days. The e-commerce retailer Snapdeal has listed the smartphones with specifications and the price tags. According to the website, the handsets will be dispatched within three working days. However, at the time of writing this story, both Micromax Bolt A28 and Bolt A59 smartphones are seen with the 'sold out' tag on the website.
Talking of features, as per the online listing, the Micromax Bolt A28 sports 3.5-inch TFT display with 320×480 pixels resolution and is powered by a 1GHz Cortex A5 processor couple with a Mali 300 GPU. In terms of the memory the smartphone packs 1 GB of RAM with an expandable inbuilt storage up to 32 GB with microSD card. It houses two 0.3-megapixel cameras; one at the front and another at the back. On the connectivity front, the Micromax Bolt A28 supports Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, GPRS, EDGE, GPS/ AGPS and Micro-USB. Other features of the phone include Android 2.3 Gingerbread OS and 1,500mAh battery which as per the listing gives up to 4 hours of talktime and up to 260 hours of standby time.
On the other hand, the Mciromax Bolt A59 comes with a 3.5-inch display with 320x480 pixels resolution and is powered by a 1GHz Spreadtrum SC7710 processor along with a Mali 300 GPU and 256MB of RAM. It houses 4GB of internal storage which can be expanded by up to 16GB using a microSD card and runs on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean operating system. The handset features 2-megapixel rear camera with LED flash and a VGA front-facing camera. The connectivity features of the phone includes Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, GPRS, and 3G.The dual-SIM (GSM+GSM) device is powered by 1500mAh battery which claims standby time of up to 160 hours, and up to 4 hours of talktime.
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