Micromax Launches A100 Phablet with 5 inches Display – Specs & Features
When Samsung Galaxy Note N7000 was launched everyone question whether you will be able to hold a 5.3 inches huge smart phone? But Galaxy Note N7000 intern is a history. This is the most selling device after Samsung Galaxy S III, S II and S smart phone. Quickly it was LG Electronics who announced the competitor of Galaxy Note by launching LG Optimus Vu which eventually failed to grab the attention. Phablet are commonly referred to those devices which generally don’t come in the category of smart phones or tablet which has minimum of 7 inches display screen. So phablet are obviously with 5 inches display screen to a maximum of 7 inches display.
Micromax within six months has launched more than a dozen of smart phone with varied features and importantly these devices are no longer looks like the cheap India manufactured devices, infact they are grown to match the world class features and design. One such product from Micromax is the Micromax A100 phablet launched recently.
Spice an Indian manufacturers also announced a budget friendly Spice Horizon flaunting with huge 5 inches display. In response to Spice Horizon, Micromax has launched A100 smart phone. The Micromax A100 is spotted with 5 inches display screen providing 854 x 480 pixels resolution, clearly speaking that this is not of that spending Galaxy Note quality. The device is a dual SIM smart phone handling GSM + GSM connectivity and this comes with 4 GB of internal storage capacity. Its equipped with 2,000 mAh long lasting battery.
As of now no details on the processor specification and RAM has been released and we are sure that it will be including the dual core chipset.
To sum up, Micromax A 100 has the following specifications and features –
- 5-inch display with a resolution of 854×480 pixels
- Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich OS
- 2,000 mAh long lasting battery
- 5 mega pixel camera
- Dual SIM connectivity
- 4GB internal memory
- MicroSD card slot with support for up to 32GB of memory
So the Indian smart phone competition has grown to phablet devices as well. We will bring you the detailed comparison with other phablet in the coming days.