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Indian Handset maker Micromax has announced its first Android operating system based phone, the Micromax Andro A60. Micromax is one of the most successful Indian mobile phone maker and its phones such as Q5 and Q7 have been quite popular in the market. This phone supports Android 2.1 and is a 2.8 inch touch-screen based device with the advantage of full QWERTY keypad. It also has features such as Wi-Fi and 3G.
Specifications of Micromax Andro A60:
- 3.2 MP camera
- 2.8 inch Resistive Touchscreen
- 600 MHz Processor
- Internal memory 150 MB
- Expandable memory of up to 32GB
- Stereo FM radio
- Music player
- 3.5mm headphone jack
This phone will be priced at around Rs. 7000 and will be released soon. Considering the features it is offering such as Android OS, 3G etc, it seems like a good deal for Rs. 7000 and it could be a good competitor to the Samsung Galaxy 5.