Friday, 11 May 2012

Micromax X640 Review and more...

Micromax has launched X640, a 3.2 inch touch screen dual-SIM phone targeting customer specific needs for dual-SIM touch phone in low budget. The highly featured phone is priced at Rs 4999, which is available in market at Rs. 3799.  Let’s know about the good and bad qualities of Micromax X640: 

What Rocks in Micromax X640 
3.2 inch IPS display
Dual-SIM with dual standby feature
Superb connectivity: GPRS Class 12, Bluetooth v2.1 with A2DP, WiFi 802.11 b/g, USB 2.0 interface
16GB expandable memory. Store as much data as you need!
SMS, MMS, Email, Google+. Stay in touch with family and friends with Micromax X640!
Native YouTube client
Access to Internet. Enjoy the web with Opera Mini browse and WAP 2.0 support.
Motion sensor 

Aspects that are Just Acceptable
2MP camera with acceptable image resolution
1000m mAh battery is not too good but not bad.
Music: audio player, FM with recording. No special sound featuresL
Organizers: World clock, calendar, calculator, currency/unit converter, Tasks, voice recorder 

Poor Micromax X640
It has resistive touchscreen display.
No Mobile tracker in Micromax X640 

Existing competitors:
With 3.5 inch display and 3.2MP camera, the sibling Micromax X 660 and Spice FLOMe M-6868n (a bit higher in price) can attract customers.

Micromax X560 is already available to customers featuring similar specification at lower price.

Prices a bit higher and Karbonn A1 with 3G support, 3.2MP camera, Android OS may be more alluring to buyers. They will be happy to get an Android phone and can compromise with screen size. Karbonn A1 features 2.7 inch display.

Spice Cappuccino M-6700 can also come in the mind of buyers while selecting phone as it has a better camera (3.2MP) and almost same screen size (3.14 inch). To let Micromax go down, Spice is offer customers Cappuccino for Rs 30155 only!

Some other players in the race are Spice FLO M-6800 ( 3.2MP camera but 3.1 inch display), Spice Mi-270 (Android OS but 2.8 inch display).


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