Micromax is expanding its attractive entry-level line-up with two new smartphones, Bolt S300 and Bolt D320, complete with attractive specs for ultra-cheap price.
The two new models are being positioned to attract early adopters of smartphones, giving a complete satisfaction of Android usability. The Bolt S300 and Bolt D320 feature an impressive design, enough to appeal the budget-conscious lot.
The Bolt S300 features slightly smaller display and lowered specs compared to the Bolt D320. The Bolt S300 features a 4-inch WVGA (400 x 800) display and is powered by 1GHz single core processor, 512MB RAM and 4GB onboard storage. Users can further add more storage space, up to 32GB, using microSD card. There's a small VGA camera on both front and back, impressive considering the low price tag. The handset runs on Android 4.4 KitKat OS and has a 1,200mAh battery.
As for the Bolt D320, the handset features a slightly bigger and improved display, measuring at 4.5 inches diagonally with FWVGA resolution. Powered by a 1.2GHz dual core MediaTek processor, Bolt D320 is backed by the same 512MB Ram and 4GB storage with microSD card expansion, Jagran Post reports. Micromax has improved the camera on the bigger model, which shoots at 3.2 megapixels on the rear and a VGA shooter in the front. With the upgraded specs, the battery capacity is also improved at 1,600mAh.
Both phones support 3G connectivity and have dual-SIM support.
Micromax has already started selling the Bolt S300 in India for Rs 3,300, while the Bolt D320 is slated for a later release in mid-April. The price for the Bolt D320 was not revealed immediately but it will be slightly higher than the S300.