Another low cost phone Micromax Bolt A24 has been listed on Domestic Manufacturer’s official website. The spec sheet is quite outdated and the only highlight is the support for 20 regional languages which is something in demand as well as appreciated in diversity rich Indian Market.
The Micromax Bolt A24 features a 2.8 inch display with 320 x 240 pixels intended for basic use which includes making calls and occasional web surfing, social networking, etc.
The Bolt A24 is powered by a 1 GHz processor based on ARM Cortex A5 architecture . The processor is backed by 256 MB RAM and 512 MB ROM (100 MB user available). The chipset bears quite humble features and will limit your Android experience. The microSD support is up to 16 GB.
On the software front, this phone is powered by Android 2.3.5 Ginger bread operating system, which is again quite obsolete but still enjoys a big share in Android eco system. Only one VGA camera is present at the back and it would be unwise to expect much from it. The battery will last for up to 4 hours of talk time and 150 hours of standby time.
The Micromax Bolt A24 can be used for basic phone functionality and is strictly meant for those who are looking for a device which can communicate in regional language and is light on pocket. Other options include Nokia Asha 500 and Nokia Asha 502.
|Model||Micromax Bolt A24|
|Display||2.8 Inch 320 x 240|
|Processor||1 GHz Single Core|
|Internal Storage||512 MB|
|OS||Android 2.3 Ginger bread|
|Battery||4 hours of talk time|
|Price||To be Announced|