Today we take a close look at Micromax"s latest release christened Van Gogh X450. The phone is a head turner with ultra modern and futuristic looks and also comes loaded with features. As with any other Micromax mobile, it is economical too. But the biggest speciality is that a dock-able Bluetooth Headset comes as a standard option along with the phone.
The device was previewed by many industry experts in the past weeks but let us take a closer look into the stats of the phone.
Micromax Van Gogh X450 is a stylish bar phone that has a Matt finish along with a highly glossy front. It has a large screen size of 6.1 cm and is very light weight for its dimensions. It will easily fit into a users palm and is thus very versatile and easy to use. But as mentioned before the best part of the phone is the Bluetooth dongle that is self charging and seamlessly integrates with the phone"s make.
The reason for the device being named Van Gogh is because the model is a reminiscent of the Sunflower paintings by Van Gogh. The mesmerising yellow shade found on the back panel of the phone is an adaptation from the sunflowers.
The phone is high on multimedia specs as it comes equipped with a good music player and a video player that is able to support a wide variety of media formats. The phone is also equipped with a 3.5 mm audio jack and FM radio support.
On the connectivity front Micromax Van Gogh offers Bluetooth and Micro USB support and it comes with GPRS support that enables you to stay connected on the go. The phone has built-in Opera browser to support web access.
The phone has a good quality integrated camera that also facilitates video recording. It has Java Support enabled that allows you to download and install all your favourite Java based games and apps onto your Van Gogh X450.
Micromax Van Gogh X450 features are
- Bluetooth Dongle headset
- 2 Mega Pixel camera
- Music and Video player
- FM radio
- 8GB expandable memory
- Bluetooth and GPRS
Van Gogh X450 is priced at just around Rs 3500 and offers quite a lot for this price. The phone is surely going to be a hit in the Indian market.