5.2-inch Micromax A101 Android phone appears online for Rs. 9,999

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5.2-inch Micromax A101 Android phone appears online for Rs. 9,999
Indian handset maker Micromax launched the 5-inch Canvas A100 alongside the 4.3-inch Micromax Superfone Pixel A90 in August. Now a new device sporting a 5.2-inch display from Micromax called the A101 has surfaced online on HomeShop18 priced at Rs. 9,999.

The smartphone-tablet hybrid is currently listed as 'Out of Stock' for both Black and White variants.

The Micromax A101 sports a 5.2-inch TFT WGCA display with a 800x480 pixel resolution and runs on Android Ice Cream Sandwich (v4.0.4). There are two cameras on-board, a 5MP rear facing camera with LED flash and a front camera.

Processor and RAM details are currently missing but other features include 1.2GB of internal storage expandable upto 32GB via a microSD card and standard connectivity options like Wi-Fi, 3G and Bluetooth.

The device offers dual-SIM dual standby connectivity and comes with a 2000mAh battery claiming 6-7 hours of talk time.

This would be the second dula-SIM phablet from Micromax with the Canvas A100 launched for Rs. 12,990. The Canvas A100 has a 5-inch screen with 854x480 pixel resolution. It is a dual-SIM device that runs on Android Ice Cream Sandwich and is powered by a 1GHz dual-core processor.

It also comes with a 5MP camera with LED flash, 2000 mAh battery, 4GB internal memory and can be expanded up to 32 GB with the help of a microSD card slot.

Micromax Canvas A100: First look

Micromax A101 key specs

  • Android 4.0.4
  • 5MP rear camera, front Camera
  • 5.2-inch TFT display (800X480 pixels)
  • Dual-SIM with dual standby
  • Wi-Fi/3G/Bluetooth
  • Wireless FM Radio
  • Expandable storage options upto 32GB
  • 2000mAh battery

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