The A60 from Micromax sports a 2.79-inch resistive touchscreen. The resistive touchscreen is made of 3 layers and requires you to put pressure on it to sense the area of touch. It works with any pointing devices like stylus, pen, or even nail. The use of pointing device makes the touch screen usage more accurate.
The 3.2 megapixel camera shoots fairly good snaps in daylight, with above average detail and color tone accuracy. The mobile can also record videos and allows users to directly share it on YouTube, Facebook and Twitter.
DesignThe A60 sports a compact streamlined chassis that allows for an ergonomic grip whilst rendering it extremely portable. Below the display are the three touch sensitive buttons, a D pad and two more buttons which can be customized for specific functions. The Micromax 3G mobile is loaded with an accelerometer for auto-orientation.
Battery and StorageThe A60 comes with 150 MB internal memory which can be expanded up to 32 GB via microSD card. The Micromax Andro is powered by a Li-Ion 1280 mAh battery and gives a talktime of 4 hours with 240 hours of standby.
Connectivity and FeaturesThe Micromax A60 supports full connectivity options including 3G, A-GPS, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. The 3G handset comes with social networking widgets for Facebook, Orkut, Myspace and Twitter. Multimedia features in the A60 includes an MP3 player and a video player with streaming and recording option. Micromax has included Swype support for the Andro A60 which allows for much faster and less erroneous typing.
A nice phone
15 Mar, 2011
Good Phone gone Bad
19 Oct, 2011
Worth for what you pay
18 Dec, 2011
Donot Buy This
1 Nov, 2012
Worst Customer Service ...
26 Jan, 2012
Problem with the Android OS not with the battery
15 Feb, 2012
25 Oct, 2011
an average mobile
29 Sep, 2012
INDRODUCTION AND ADVANTAGE OF MICROMAX A60
9 Mar, 2012
USING THIS PHONE FOR LAST 2 MONTHS -FROM FLIPKART.. OK PHONE. THE SCREEN IS A PROB
2 Mar, 2012