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Adcom Thunder A-350i, A-400i and A-500 Android phones from Rs. 3,285 to Rs. 6,999

Adcom has announced 3 new budget Android phones in India namely, Adcom Thunder A-350i, Adcom Thunder A-400i and Adcom Thunder A-500. These Smartphones will come with Android 2.3 ginger bread; Android 4.0 ICS and Android 4.1 jelly bean operating system which is not very impressive.


Mr Sanjeev Bhatia, Founder ADCOM Said “Adcom is committed to give the consumers the latest technology and a chance to be a part of this ever-changing and continuously developing cell phone market and we are delivering the same”.

Adcom had announced two of these phones a couple of months back without any spec details and this time around also it has been vague about the exact prices and availability.

Adcom Thunder A-350i is powered by a 1 GHz single core processor with 256 MB RAM and 512 MB internal storage which is further extendable to 32 GB using MicroSD support. The display is 3.5 Inches in size and other important specs including battery capacity and connectivity features have not been specified.


Adcom Thunder A-400i sports a bigger 4 Inch display and runs on Android 4.0 ICS. The chipset specifications remain same. This too sports a 1 GHz processor along with 256 MB RAM and extendable 512 MB internal storage. Primary camera is of 2 MP and a VGA camera is also present at the front for video calling.


Adcom Thunder A500 operates on Android 4.1 jelly bean operating system and comes with 5 inch HD display. The upper price limit mentioned is 6,999 INR and an HD display at this price range sounds too good to be true. The processor is a dual core processor whose clock frequency has not been specified. Internal storage 4 GB and can be extended to 32 GB using microSD card.

All of these phones are meant for basic usage and wont give you a rich Android experience. The number of Apps you can keep will be limited in A 350i and A 400i. Various key specs have not been specified in these smartphones which leaves an even greater uncertainty. From the official pics these phone do seem to have good form factor and are eye-catching. We will update you with more details which we expect to be revealed when these phones hit the market.


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