The Micromax Smarty 4.3 A65 joins its other range of Smartphone siblings Smarty 3.5, Smarty 2.0 and Smarty 5.4. The phone looks sleek and sophisticated. The Micromax 4.3 A65 Smarty is comes now with better and enhanced quality. Slide out the A65 & experience the delight of the 1GHZ processor made visually stunning with the Android Gingerbread platform. You can click photos, capture videos, share files easily with Bluetooth connectivity and can save all your files on an expandable 32GB memory card.
Convergence of media is no more a new term for us so it goes with a new converged media is Phablets. These days we often come across the word “Phablet” which is an informal class of Smartphone with screen sizes ranging between 5 to 7 inches. It’s designed to merge the functionality of a smartphone with that of a tablet. At the present days lots of mobile companies have started marketing it. Canvas HD by Micromax is one such product. Micromax Canvas HD is designed for consumers who like ‘phablets’ such as Samsung Galaxy Note II and HTC Butterfly but consider them too expensive to buy.
HCL has added another HCL Me Y3 tablet to its series. The tablet PC runs Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system. As of now the tablet is to be had only by means of the online retailer Saholic and SnapDeal for the Indian price of Rs.11,999, but we look forward for it to soon show up on other websites as well.
So far the Indian market has mostly seen dual-SIM feature phones and Smartphone. Many Indian manufactures have started to squash dual-SIM tablets in the country. Swipe telecom was the first one to start this trend followed by iBall and now HCL. It seems to be like there will rapidly be a flood of dual-SIM tablets in the market. Both the SIM card slots of HCL Me Y3 tablet can be used for data or voice.