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Micromax has come up with Superfone Ninja2 A56 to arm you with a device that assists you in an effective management of your personal and professional life. The 800 MHz processor of this phone runs Android v2.3 (Gingerbread) operating system for an enhanced user-experience. In addition to this, capacitive touchscreen of the A56 has contributed to a great extent in stemming latency. Additionally, Micromax has loaded this phone with social networking apps like Facebook, Mi Buddy and WhatsApp to keep you connected with your loved ones.
Micromax has attempted to make this mobile phone more than a mere communication device by loading it with a 3 megapixel camera and a bunch of other features. This device enables you to preserve your memories in both impressive visuals and videos. The 4x digital zoom allows you to take a close shot of the subject and get clear pictures. Additional camera features include multi-shot mode and night vision.
The Superfone Ninja2 is a dual SIM phone that is meant to be used on both 2G and 3G networks. To boost the functionality of this device, Micromax has loaded it with a gravity sensor and a light sensor. This is a compact device that fits in your hand with the dimensions of 62 x 116 x 11.5 mm and is extremely lightweight with 93.8 g of weight.
Battery and Storage
This Micromax Superfone Ninja2 houses a 1400 mAh Li-Ion battery that promises to deliver a talk time of up to 4 hours and a standby time of up to 180 hours. Micromax has loaded this phone with sufficient memory space to maintain call logs apart from storing text messages. The internal memory is big enough to store your important documents and multimedia messages. Also, you have an option to expand the memory of this device up to 32 GB with a microSD card.
The Micromax A56 has left no stone unturned in its zeal to be a powerhouse of entertainment. This mobile phone has inculcated a music player that offers to play MP3 and MIDI formats. The video player on this phone promises to play 3GP and MP4 format based files of your choice. Also, this mobile phone has integrated an FM Radio to let you tune into your favourite radio station. What takes your entertainment to a whole new level is the ability of this phone to record live shows on radio. So, later you can listen to these shows at your own will and convenience.
Connectivity and Features
This Micromax Superfone has packaged most of the recent innovation in the connectivity arena to offer you virtually unlimited number of connectivity options. This GPRS and EDGE enabled Micromax phone transforms the 2G network into a bridge between you and the world of Internet. However, if you want to surf at a lightning fast speed then 3G support of this phone is just meant for you.
The Superfone A56 is Wifi enabled and thus it helps you to use the nearest Wifi hotspot in order to connect with the virtual world. The developers of this phone were not just focussed on better connectivity with the Internet, but with other devices in your immediate vicinity. They have armed this device with both USB and the latest version of Bluetooth to enable exchange of files and data with nearby devices at a better speed.
This Micromax Ninja2 is equipped with GPS powered by Google Maps to rescue you when you have lost your way in an unknown city. This Superfone promises you a much bigger world to explore with a bunch of Google Apps and access to the Android Market.
|In Sales Package||Handset, Battery, Charger, Data Cable, Headset, 2 Extra Back Panels, User Guide|
|SIM||Dual SIM, GSM + GSM|
|Touch Screen||Yes, Capacitive|
|Call Features||Conference Call, Loudspeaker|
|Operating Freq||GSM - 900, 1800; UMTS - 2100|
|OS||Android v2.3 (Gingerbread)|
|Processor||800 MHz Qualcomm Scorpion|
|Resolution||HVGA, 480 x 320 Pixels|
|Primary Camera||Yes, 3 Megapixel|
|Other Camera Features||Multi-shot Mode, Night Vision, Zoom - 4x, Fixed Focus|
|Type||Li-Ion, 1400 mAh|
|Talk Time||4 hrs (2G)|
|Standby Time||180 hrs (2G)|
|Memory and Storage|
|Expandable Memory||microSD, upto 32 GB|
|Memory||256 MB RAM, 512 MB ROM|
|Internet & Connectivity|
|Preinstalled Browser||WAP 2.0|
|GPRS||Yes, Class 12|
|EDGE||Yes, Class 12|
|3G||Yes, 7.2 Mbps HSDPA; 5.76 Mbps HSUPA|
|Wifi||Yes, 802.11 b/g/n|
|Navigation Technology||with Google Maps|
|Bluetooth||Yes, v2.1, Supported Profiles (A2DP, OPP, FTP)|
|Music Player||Yes, Supports MP3, MIDI|
|Video Player||Yes, Supports 3GP, MP4|
|FM||Yes, with Recording|
|Ringtone||MP3, 128 Polyphonic, MIDI|
|Phone Book Memory||Yes|
|Sensors||Gravity Sensor, Light Sensor|
|Additional Features||World Clock, Dual Clock on Screen, Multiple Alarm, Calculator, Auto Power On or Off, Flight Mode, Audio Recording, Calendar, Voice Input|
|Important Apps||Android Market, Google Apps, M Store, Facebook, Mi Buddy, WhatsApp, TOI Apps, Polaris, Google Play|
|1 year manufacturer warranty for Phone and 6 months warranty for in the box accessories|
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Received this phone 2 days back from flipkart.
Ninja 2 look amazingly stunning with a bright screen and wait of phone seems to be less at least when compared to Galaxy Y or HTC explorer.
1) HVGA screen which has got 340 X 480 resolution screen (Much sharper Image)
2) Good battery life 1400 MHz battery.
When fully changed I watched 1 fill movie for 2.5 hrs with 25% brightness and downloaded 4 games of 5 MB each. Browsed face book for about 30 min. Played games for 20 min. Still battery last at 16% which is pretty good.
3) Can play HD videos without any lag or issues. Works perfect with 3G and WLAN
1) Such a good phone but 800 MHz Processer.
2) RAM 256 MB theoretically. However, when you see exact RAM utilization on phone, it comes to less than 150 MB as most of the RAM is used by Android OS and other stupid pre-installed applications.
3) NOTE : YOU CAN'T PLAY GAMES WHICH ARE MORE THAN 6 MB IN SIZE. Phone doesn't support mid end & high-end games. So if you are game lover plz ignore this phone.
4) Internal memory of the phone is 150 MB. Among 150 MB internal memory, about 50-60 MB is used by pre-installed applications which is not good coz when you try to download any applications it will be stored in internal memory of the phone first.
However, you can move the applications once downloaded to SD card by using "Apps2SD" application. Buthen it will leave a foot print in internal memory of the phone which will occupy some space.
5) No GPU
Overall it’s a good phone for the prize you pay. If your budget is up to 6K you can prefer this phone.
I just recieved the phone few hours ago... and I just cant keep my hands off it... Its beautiful...
@Flipkart: As always Awesome service!!!
Everything about the phone is brilliant except the camera, which actually sucks! However, I had used micromax A60 before so I anticipated this... I dont care about the camera as I own a Nikon coolpix L810, which again I bought from flipkart....
Now for a phone of just Rs. 6000/-
here are the
1) Large Screen and brilliant display,
2) Decent Processor,
3) Great Touch sensitivity,
4) Ergonomic and Sleek design,
5) Back cover has 3 colour option (Bluish-black, yellow, red) to personalize, (May not be mention here but its in the box!)
6) AISHA! she is really good...
7) Android 2.3.5 (feels good to use), its not upgradable, expecting this ICS update from Rs. 6000/- phone is like expecting sunny leone to be virgin!
1) Camera not good... Day light is average but low light is worse!
2) Battery life... (Havent actaully stress tested it but as of now it draining pretty quickly),
3) Very very low quality earphones bundled with the pack! In market you may get the same earphone for Rs. 25 - 40/-
Since did not need a camera and already own a awesome phillips headphones (which again I bought from flipkart) , I will give it a FIVE STAR!
Clearly, Micromax is taking on Galaxy Y with this one. Galaxy Y is the only phone that could beat this one, but that too only if the users still believe that Micromax is still the same company that it was 3 years back. They are going really aggressively taking on the giants in the market, and this product is a demonstration of that intent. I'd like to see more reviews by the people who are using this phone rather than prejudice idiots!
I'm using the Galaxy Y right now, and to be really honest it is a nice phone but only due to its price, handles normally, nothing too good to brag about Samsung against Micromax (with this product now in the market). After seeing this baby all I would say is that Samsung's Galaxy Y is now 2nd in the race!!
This is an awesome phone for budget android users. An all-rounder from micromax compared to A52 and A45 which lack features such as HVGA resolution and 3G respectively. The phone has a adreno 200 gpu(confirmed using quadrant) which is not available in samsung galaxy y but on the micromax A56 playing angry birds, fruit ninja, racing moto,death racing etc. is a breeze. The touch screen is super responsive at 3.5 inch running at HVGA resolution (320x480) and supports multi-touch (pinch to zoom) due to which document viewing is a breeze. High-end features such as wi-fi hotspot and G-sensor(for gaming)are available. Nobody except micromax can acheive this.
Coming to the downsides, you will notice that the battery doesn't perform well but will last a day if you keep switching off wi-fi and GPS and reduce brightness when not required.
The RAM is 256 MB as mentioned on paper but around 165 MB is avalable of which 40-50 MB is always free but sufficient enough for all activities.
The internal memory is 138 MB free initially (on my phone) which is not bad and many apps can be moved to sd card using app2sd.
The camera is dissapointing even though it is 3MP and can be used for close-up shots in well-lit environments only. The video recording on the stock app is around 17 fps in 3GP format.
Even though the hardware is good it can't play 720p movies without audio lag, but plays 480p movies very well which is enough at this price range.
Overall it is an excellent buy for budget android people who want decent gaming at this price range.
Purhcased A56 in the second week of July'12. The following is my observations on the same:-
i) Very poor quality of camera esp. for indoor clicks (I wonder if it is 3MP really?).
ii) Touch WAS nice.
iii) Battery is draining like anything - (again I doubt as if it is 1400mAh??).
The best part of it, i.e., nice touch did not remain nice for more than one month even and stopped responding. Now, the Ninja is with service centre for the last 15 days for replacement of touchscreen. They say that spare is not available and I will have to wait. Another thing I came across during this trauma is that Micromax Service Centres are third class. Even for a small thing, you will have to wait for around one to two hours and then deposit your phone for repair. Nothing is available in Service Centres and phones are sent in the Company only. Service centres are collection centres only. Micromax needs to improve on this and reduce the repair time. I am without phone for the last more than 15 days.
Nice phone, smooth n responsive...........
But not meant for extensive gaming, of course.
I'm a student, so...
~ Option to change back panels(BLUE/BLACK/YELLOW)
~ good camera(3MP) for outdoor shooting
Hello Friends , i am using this phone since a month and thought to share my experience .
Good Part :
- Nice touc...
Good for it's price, but lacks in performance.
The RAM, although claimed to be 256mb, is a mere 128mb. Most apps end up h...