In a surprising move, Micromax just announced Micromax A27 Ninja budget phone at Rs. 3,399 (~$62). We predicted the price to be in the vicinity of Rs. 4,000, but Micromax proved us wrong, for good. The portfolio of inexpensive phone has been expanded further with the launch of this new device. Samsung and other competitors have got one more reason to worry now. In this case the presentiment of something evil for the competitor was but too surely justified. The dual SIM android device is definitely worth considering for those who are tight on budget.
Earlier this week, one more dual SIM smartphone named A89 Ninja was released by Micromax. However, the company took a giant leap forward by providing device less than Rs. 4,000. This will endanger Samsung bada and Nokia Asha series devices. As you would expect, Indian youth is always looking for a budget Android device so they can enjoy more games and apps on their device. To cater budget agnostic audience, A27 was released at an aggressive price tag of Rs. 3,399. Flipkart and many other popular stores have already listed it in their inventory. Let’s hope they do not vanish from the market like Canvas 2 and other Micromax device. BTW, Micromax Canvas HD is expected to arrive on the Valwntine day. This would be a device for the high-end users.
Why Micromax Ninja A27?
Why should you go for Micromax Ninja A27, you ask? Well, there are pretty obvious reasons for going this device. First of all, it is cheapest Android smartphone available in the market with dual-SIM capability. At this price tag, it packs in some solid features.
- 1GHz Spreadtrum SC6820 Processor
- 256MB RAM
- Memory expandable up to 16GB
- Android 2.3 Gingerbread OS
- 320 X 480 pixels resolution
- 8.89cm TFT display (touchscreen)
There are some subtle changes in the device which also makes it better than any other product in the market. For example, Flash Transfer will let you easily transfer files between two devices using Wi-Fi. Unfortunately, we do not expect to be able to handle higher version of the Android OS, so you would be restricted to older OS version only. It also narrows down the possibility of playing high-end games and apps on your device. Not to dismiss that, some of the developers have provided apps which are not supported on the low-end device, so you will be missing a big chunk of apps on your device.
Comparison between Micromax Canvas HD & 2
The Micromax A27 Ninja doesn’t have a big screen, but is enough to enjoy your daily routines at maximum pixels. We don’t blame them, as you couldn’t ask for a better resolution at such price. The Swipe ‘n’ Share feature or so called Flash transfer will let you transfer the files with a swipe of a finger. Users can share games, photos, music and many other files with other Android devices using a simple swipe. Such fecund feature will definitely attract more college students or youths.
The only disappointment in this device is a 0.3 MP camera. If you’re a person who likes to click the camera button often, then this would be a barren device or DOA (dead on arrival). Nonetheless, Micromax A27 Ninja should be the first choice of people who are looking forward to enjoy Android OS on a budget phone.
Will you buy Micromax A27 Ninja priced at Rs. 3,399 (~$62)? Or Would you prefer other device instead? Sound off in the comment section below.
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