Players like Micromax, Karbonn; Spice coming with the latest technology to offer has made the telecom industry in India as one of the most remunerative markets for the manufacturers of global mobile phone and also the cell phone providers. With the boost in technology the mobile users in India are growing by leaps and bounds. Here are some of the jewels of the Cellular phone manufacturing industry of India.
Lava Xolo X900
Intel has made its big debut in the mobile computing space with Lava Xolo X900. It is a simple handset and looks much like the iPhone. The 4-inch TFT LCD capacitive touchscreen features a 1064 x 600 pixel resolution, which keeps images quite sharp and focused. Xolo 900 is powered by Intel’s Atom processor Z2460 (Medfiled) that has 1.6 GHz CPU with Hyper Threading technology and a 400 MHz clock speed. It is equipped with Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) which is upgradable to ICS 4.0. The phone has a 16GB internal memory and 1GB RAM and therefore no slot for SD card. The phone also sports two cameras: a front camera that is a1.3 megapixel camera with flash that can shoot at 480 pixels. The rear camera specs are much better in contrast. It is a nifty 8 megapixel (MP) with auto-focus, zoom and LED flash. You can get this one at Rs. 19,899.
Micromax phones have been causing quite a stir in the market lately. The new one in the range is Micromax A85, first dual core phone in the sub-20k price range. With phones like these the company is trying to gain a foothold in the upper range Android smartphone segment with higher end features like 1Ghz Dual Core Tegra 2 processor. A85 graces a 3.8 inch capacitive touch screen with a 480×800 pixel resolution. The phone operates on Android 2.2 (Froyo) and sports a 5 MP rear camera with 720p HD video recording. The phone is quite heavy and is not particularly thin either. This one is available at Rs. 11,990.
The Mi 410 is the first attempt from Spice to attack the 1 GHZ smartphone market in India. It’s a good looking device housing the large 4.1” WVGA TFT LCD screen with a native resolution of 480×800 pixels making it a very good display. There is a large 5MP camera sensor (lens) along with a LED bulb to be used as the flash. The MI410 is powered with a 1GHz Qualcomm 8255 chipset paired with the Adreno 205 GPU and with 512MB of RAM. The phone runs on Android 2.2. Clearly Spice has ensured that this device is not missing any feature that high end phones market as premium features. Bag this one at Rs. 12,499.
For a budget Android phone, Karbonn A9 has some impressive features to write home about. The A9 has got Karbonn mobiles a lot of attention in the market. The phone sports a powerful 1 Ghz processor with 512 MB of RAM which makes the phone run butter smooth. The display on the A9 is a 3.8 inch Capacitive Multi Touch with a 480 x 800 pixels resolution. It is a dual sim phone with two sim card slots one for 3G and one for a standard 2G sim. The phone operates on Android 2.3 (Ginger bread) and has a 5MP rear camera with auto focus and led light. There is a front VGA camera for video calling as well. This one is available at Rs. 8,949.
Micromax A80 Superfone Infinity
Micromax superfone A80 boasts of a powerful battery backup which is a talk time of seven hours and standby time for a period of 12 days, according to the company. The A80 Infinity features a 3.7 inch full touch screen and runs on Android 2.3.4 (Gingerbread) which is backed up by an 800 MHz processor. A 512 MB RAM ensures that the various apps that can be used on this phone run smoothly. The device also possesses a 5 megapixel primary camera and 0.3 megapixel secondary camera allows the user to conduct video calling easily. The Micromax Superfone Infinity A80 contains an inbuilt memory of 512 MB which can be expanded to up to 32 GB using a micro SD card. A 512 MB ROM is also enclosed within the phone. You can get this one at just Rs. 7890.
Cellular Phone Manufacturers in India have been growing huge with every passing year by introducing ground-breaking features in the phones along with a stunning outlook superbly designed by each company and to keep up the competition, the products are being manufactured at subsidized price without compromising much with the features. It will not be incorrect to say that Indian Cell phone manufacture segment has a long way to go.