Micromax handsets are raining in the market now. This time it is a new Gingerbread phone, the Ninja 2, A56. This phone, which is powered by Qualcomm processor, has a Micromax standard design and also several other interesting features. The biggest disappointment is the memory specifications and Android OS version, considering the ‘Superphone’ positioning.
Micromax Ninja 2 is powered by Qualcomm processor running at a clock speed of 800 MHz offering an average processing efficiency. It comes with a 256 MB RAM. Users cannot expect an ICS update on this model as the minimum requirement for the same is 512 MB RAM. The phone features a 3.2 inch TFT touchscreen. It includes a dual SIM slot which boosts up the user friendly features of the phone, meeting the needs of Indian consumers.
- 3.5 inch TFT LCD with Capacitive Touchscreen display
- Android 2.3 Gingerbread operating system
- RAM 256MB
- microSD Card Slot with expandable upto 32GB
- 3MP Camera
- AISHA voice assistant feature Integrated
- 3G, USB 2.0, Bluetooth 2.1, Wifi, 3.5mm headset jack connectivity
- Gravity Sensor, Light Sensor
- Lithium-ion 1400 mAh Battery
- 4.5 hours TalkTime
- 180 hours standby time
- 800MHz Qualcomm single core processor
- Dual Sim support
- 116 x 62 x 11.5mm Dimensions
- 94gramsv weight
Price of Micromax A56 Superfone Ninja 2 is around Rs. 5,999/-.
Micromax Ninja 2 comes up with a 2 megapixel rear camera for capturing images with clarity and quality. It doesn’t seem to have a front end camera. This Micromax phone runs in 3G speed adding improvisation in the web experience. The WiFi connectivity with the Micromax handset facilitates smooth connection with the network, as well. Apart from the standard internal memory, it has the capability to extend memory up to 32 GB. It features a 1400 mAh battery offering standard talktime and standby time.
Micromax A56 includes the Aisha the voice command app which was seen in the Micromax Ninja A50. It works like Siri app which is seen on the iPhone 4S which performs functions like search the web, open a map; dial numbers etc in connection with the voice commands. Users can easily update their status on social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter, as well. These features have attracted youngsters in their earlier model as well.
As Micromax Ninja 2 is an Android Gingerbread phone, users can enjoy several interesting Android specific features in built with the phone and can have an easy access to several applications freely from the Android store.
This Android smartphone from Micromax can be purchased at a justifiable price tag of around Rs. 6,000/-. Its design is also quite interesting to give a good appeal for the youngster’s world.