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After announcing its first ever dual-boot tablet at the ongoing International Consumer Electronics Show (CES), Micromax will announce a super cheap Android-based phone in India.
Dubbed Bolt A66, the phone is expected to be priced Rs. 5,999 in India.
Twitter sensation, @MMXNewscaster has tweeted that the upcoming Bolt A66 will have a 4.5-inch FWVGA display and a single core processor under the hood.
Earlier this month, India's second largest smartphone maker Micromax launched Bolt A59, a low-end Android-powered handset.
Talking about the internal hardware, Micromax Bolt A66 seems to be an underwhelming phone, at least, if we blindly trust the specs made public by famous leakster. The phone isn't looking great at all.
The handset is said to have a 4.5-inch FWVGA display, and will be running Android 4.1 Jelly Bean out of the box. Under the hood comes a 1GHz single-core processor, backed by 512MB of RAM and 165MB of internal memory.
There is no information whether users will be able to expand the internal memory using a microSD card slot. We expect the device will pack an option to expand internal memory.
Apart from the single core processor packs inside, the phone will have dual-cameras: 2MP rear and a VGA quality front-facing camera. The makers have added a 1,500mAh battery fitted inside, as per the alleged tweet.
The Micromax Bolt A66 is yet to official in the market. Also, the phone has not been listed on official Micromax website as yet. The retail price quoted by @MMXNewscaster appears to be too high for a phone that would be having a single core processor and mediocre camera.
Stay tuned to GizBot!