Micromax’s Microsoft Windows Phone OS-powered smartphone detailed
Micromax is one company that sells phones like charms in India and sometime ago, we told you of it’s plans to introduce the first ever Windows Phone smartphones with a Micromax logo.
Not many phones on the Windows Phone platform can be said to be top notch per specs level. For example, the best selling Windows Phone is the Nokia Lumia 520 with a meager 512MB of RAM.
Nonetheless, Micromax wants to bring things from the high side. Their Windows Phone smartphone is said to be packing a 5-inch Full HD screen. It will run on 8.1 of Windows Phone precisely.
The rest of the specs will include a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 chipset, 2GB of RAM, 16GB of native storage, 13MP rear and 5MP front-facing camera combo, and finally, a 2600mAh user-removable battery.
Microsoft is well known in India and beyond for making inexpensive smartphones, so their Windows adventure shouldn’t be left out of the cheap margin.
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