Micromax Andro A60

The A60 offers a touchscreen interface via a 2.8-inch LCD with a 240 x 320-pixel native resolution

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Micromax Andro A60 Priced at US $177 the A60 is the least expensive Android device we've ever tested
By  Clayton Vallabhan Published  May 8, 2011

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Key Specs

Bluetooth: Y
Camera: 3.2-megapixels
Media player/capture: Y
Memory: 2GB
OS: Android 2.1

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Micromax's Andro A60 is an entry-level smartphone, which runs Android 2.1. Priced at US $177 it is by far the least expensive Android device we've tested to date.

Like other Google-powered phones the A60 offers a touchscreen interface via a 2.8-inch LCD with a 240 x 320-pixel native resolution. Although this display feels slightly small by today's standards, the benefit is that it uses less battery life. As a result the phone offered a battery life of one and a half days (not bad at all from a slim 1280MAH battery). The small screen also means that the device itself is compact and fits snuggly into even the smallest of hands. This makes holding the phone in one hand
and thumb-typing a cinch.

The phone feels reasonably well built but in terms of feel it comes off a bit plasticky.The latter isn't too much of an issue considering the price.

The smartphone is equipped with a 3.2-megapixel camera but is devoid of a flash. We found pictures from the camera to be of reasonable quality but we would not advise its use in a badly lit environment. Video recording too is adequate.

The phone features a 600MHz processor and a 2GB micro-SD card comes fitted in the device (expandable to 32GB). The former makes the phone feel a little sluggish compared to other more-expensive 1GHz-based Android devices but it's far from frustrating to use.

Verdict:  The Micromax A60 is a compact, well endowed entry-level Android device for first time buyers.

2268 days ago
Dharma
User rating: 5 stars

Pros: Touch screen is good and Andriod runs fine

Cons: Design hard to type.

I am a new bie to Micromax A60, since I bought this phone a week ago. I am feeling comfortable in handling the phone. It offers good touch and seems working great for Internet and any one who buys the phone having worth of their money. I had went across few reviews stating this phone as bad. I personally feel this is one of the better product from Micromax. I am pleased with this phone performance. For improving battery life you can download Battery Doctor and Juice Defender from Andriod market.

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