Micromax to set going yet another Android phone in Indian market. This time around it is the Superfone A80 Infinity, which runs Android 2.3 and costs Rs 8,490.
The A80 Infinity shows off 3.6-inch screen and is designed with 800MHz processor. Purposely, the device abounds a 5-megapixel camera, a very large 2,500 mAh battery, which is perhaps the reason for the infinity nomenclature, a 0.3 megapixel front facing camera and the Aisha voice recognition software.
The product also bears Dual-SIM capabilities carrying microSD cards up to 32GB of memory. Micromax claims the battery would provide up to 7 hours of talk time and 288 hours of standby time, which is so far unheard of in Android smartphones under Rs 10,000.
The Superfone A80 Infinity will go toe to toe with recently launched Karbonn A7, the iBall Andi range and the Spice Stellar range of smartphones. It’s going to be a tough call choosing a winner among the slew of low-cost Androids. However if one is looking for a dark horse then the Superfone A80 Infinity makes the cut it thanks to gargantuan battery, which matches the battery that sports the Samsung Galaxy Note.