Asia Bizz: Indian mobile phone manufacturer Micromax has launched the first phone Q80 with ‘push and mail’ technology. The Q80 is a 3G and Wi-Fi phone with Qwerty keypad and an optical track pad.

The new push email service will allow the user to instantly receive emails on their phone. The new Micromax phone is a dual-SIM model with 3G as well as 2G enabled SIMs.

The Q80 has a 3 mega pixel camera with face and smile detection technologies in it. The phone also has a front VGA cam that can be used for video calling purpose.

The other features of the phone includes a built-in music player with Yamaha amplifier that can deliver better music quality. The new Q80 is also equipped with a 2.4 inch TFT QVGA display along with an optical trackpad.

The new Micromax phone also comes preloaded with applications that include Bloomberg UTV, ngpay, Opera Mini, Snaptu, Burnout, Facebook, Nimbuzz and Newhunt. While talking about its memory, the Q80 has an inbuilt memory of 68 MB which can be expandable up to 8 GB. The company has claimed that the phone has 1200mAh Li-ion battery, with a stand by time of up to 130 hours and a talk time of five hours.

The power packed phone comes at an amazing price of Rs. 4,999.


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