Micromax, an Indian phone maker known for launching affordable handsets, has announced the Andro 60 – a new device that will be available really soon as India’s cheapest Android smartphone.
The Andro A60 (which is a rebranded ZTE Penguin) will retail for only 6,999 INR – about $152.
For that kind of money, you get Android 2.1, a 2.8 inch QVGA resistive touchscreen display, Swype virtual keyboard, HSDPA, Wi-Fi, GPS, Stereo Bluetooth, 3.2MP autofocus camera, 600MHz processor, and a 2GB memory card included in the box.
A website called MyFirstAndroid and dedicated to the phone’s launch can be accessed here – you can even win Andro A60 handsets (check the website for details).
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