Micromax has introduced a new category called Bolt and also launched the Micromax A35, the first handset in the Bolt family. The Micromax A35 is priced at around Rs. 4,250 and comes powered by a 1GHz single core processor.
The Bolt category will include handsets that will feature Flash Transfer. The Flash transfer makes use of Wi-Fi and one can easily share data between two handsets without using any other network. One of the devices will function as a hotspot.
There is a special app that is pre-loaded that provides better file sharing experience. Users can swipe the files (videos, MP3, documents etc) across the screen of another device or simply shake and share between android phones.
The A35 is another budget phone that supports dual SIM, comes pre-loaded with the Flash Transfer app and runs on Gingerbread OS. The CPU is clocked at 1GHz and the screen size is 4 (3.9) inches with 800×480 pixels resolution.
Other features included are Wi-Fi, micro USB and Bluetooth. There is a 2MP rear camera and a front VGA camera. The battery is of 1500 mAh capacity. The Micromax A27 also comes with the flash transfer feature (swipe and share).
Micromax A35 Bolt key features and specifications
- Dual SIM / Dual Standby.
- Android 2.3.5 Gingerbread OS.
- 4 inch capacitive touchscreen with 800×480 pixels resolution.
- 256MB RAM (Needs confirmation), internal storage not known and micro SD support (16GB max).
- 2MP rear FF without flash and a 0.3MP FF front camera.
- I think it supports 2G only, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, 3.5mm jack and micro USB port.
- 1500 mAh battery with over 4 hours of talktime.
- Rs. 4,250.