17 Sep 2014
According to an agreement between Micromax and BSNL, where the latter will provide free data on selected smartphones made by the original equipment manufacturer (OEM), for improving mobile internet consumption in India. Agreement says, customers will be entitled to as much as 2GB per quarter.
Six Micromax devices are planned to fall under this partnership, consisting of handsets, namely the Bolt A37B and A37 smartphones and X070 and X088 featured phones. Funbook Mini P410I Android tablet along with the MMX377G 3G data card is also included in this list.
As per the agreement, the aforementioned devices will also be getting 500 minutes of free voice calls alongwith 2GB of data every quarter. To avail these amazing offers, customers will have to subscribe to a Rs 153 plan which has a validity of 12 months.
whether the free bandwidth is applicable when on 3G, is still a dilematic issue. we doubt that this restriction will be imposed, considering that the roster contains HSPA-enabled devices. Micromax also launched its first device as part of the Android One program, the Canvas A1. The phone is an initial offering priced under Rs 7000 delivering a decent set of specs with assured updates to the newest version of Android for the next two years.
Its not confirmed whether Micromax and BSNL will expand the free data promo to other devices from the OEM . The Bolt A37B and A37 smartphones are priced around Rs 3510 and Rs 4000, respectively, while the P410i tablet costs Rs 7000.
01 Aug 2014
Indian device maker, Micromax has launched a new Android smartphone, Unite 2 at Rs 6,999. It will be available across all leading retail outlets starting May 22, 2014. The phone’s USP is its support for 21 Indian languages including Maithili, Bodo, Dogri, Sanskrit and Sindhi.
Powered by a 1.3GHz quad core processor, the Micromax Unite 2 is the first Micromax phone that runs Android 4.4 KitKat, the latest version of the OS.
The phone will be available in 4 colours – grey, white, red and green.
Micromax Unite 2 comes with a 4.7-inch IPS display with a resolution of 800x480p. Packed with a 2,000mAh battery, the phone sports a 5MP rear camera with LED and a 2MP front camera for video chats and selfies. The camera also offers a number of features such as beauty mode, live photo mode and panorama.
The phone is powered by a 1.3GHz quad-core processor and 1GB RAM and comes with 4GB internal storage. It also features a microSD card slot that supports cards of up to 32GB.
The phone supports Bluetooth 4.0 and Wi-Fi.
The phone comes preloaded with apps such as MAd, an app which lets users watch ads, earn points & get money added to their phone balance; Getit, Kingsoft Office, Opera Mini Browser, Hike, M!Games, and games like Marble, Burn the Rope, and Toystory Smash. It also comes with Reverie phonebook and Reverie smartpad to save contacts, type, text in the user’s preferred language.
01 Aug 2014
If you’ve played the game Marco Polo, then you already have an idea of how the synonymous iOS application to help locate your misplaced phone must work. Developed by Matt Wiechec and available on the Apple iTunes Store for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch gadgets, the ‘finder’ tool happens to be priced at $0.99 and is a 23MB download.
Once you’ve installed it onto your iPhone/iPad/iPod touch. Can’t seem to remember where you misplaced your phone? You can yell out ‘Marco’ and hear it ring back ‘Polo.’ You may customize it with any of 30 different pre-recorded ‘Polo’ voices and even tweak it to answer to any other word apart from ‘Marco.’
The Marco Polo application can function even if you’ve set your smartphone to silent or it’s in sleep mode. A Volume Boost feature ensures that the gadget always responds loudly in case you’ve left the ringer on a lowered volume. If you turn on the Push Notifications option, then your screen lights up whenever there’s an alert awaiting your inspection.
31 Jul 2014
TouchPico, a new crowdfunded Indigogo project, is a neatly packed Android PC with a in-built projector. Imagine playing Subway Surfer, but not within the boundaries of your phone, but on an 80-inch expanse. That, precisely, is what TouchPico does.
The projector runs Android 4.0 and has access to all Google Playstore apps. Therefore, you can open your favourite apps to read a book, watch a movie, surf the weband that’s all on an 80-inch screen. Besides entertainment, this projector can also be used for professional work like presentations or drawing interactive tables; it can also prove an instrumental tool for students and teachers as well.
On the hardware side, TouchPico has a 1GB of RAM, 1.6 GHz dual-core ARM Cortex A9 processor and features a wireless mouse and audio output. The projector includes a port for HDMI input and also supports streaming. Storage can be expanded via a memory card. Its lamp has a light output of at least 80 lumens. However, the drawback is that it only works with Wi-Fi.
The funding campaign of TouchPico ends in August, and it is most likely to be launched by October. The creators of TouchPico aim to raise $55 million through the crowdfunding project and have raised close to $100,000 till now. The device costs $499, but is available for $329 for a limited period.
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