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Micromax Bolt A067

Micromax appears to be gearing up to launch a new Bolt-collection smartphone in India, the Bolt A067, if knowledge from an established retailer from Mumbai is to be believed. Thus far, no announcement has been made by using Micromax.

Asserting a price of Rs. Three,899, retailer Mahesh Telecom on Thursday in a Facebookpost claimed that the yet-to-be-announced Micromax Bolt A067 is currently on hand out there. The fb submit used to be accompanied by two photography – one exhibiting the handset and any other some specifications.

Micromax Bolt A067 With Android 4.4

In keeping with the facebook post and its accompanying image, the twin-SIM Micromax Bolt A067 runs Android four.four kitkat, incorporates a four-inch WVGA (480×800 pixels) display. It is powered by using an unspecified dual-core processor clocked at 1.3ghz, alongside 512MB of RAM. It comes with 4GB of constructed-in storage together with expandability by means of micro-sd card (as much as 32GB).

Additionally onboard the but-to-be-introduced Micromax Bolt A067, consistent with the fb submit, is a 2-megapixel rear center of attention camera, a zero.three-megapixel front-facing digicam, and 1300mah battery. Now not so much else is decipherable from the facebook specifications image, except for GPRS/ facet connectivity. As considered from the picture of the phone, the instrument will feature capacitive navigation buttons for settings, dwelling, and back.

Micromax previous this week introduced a new smartphone known as the Canvas Selfie.

The popular handset maker, as of now, has now not revealed the pricing; though it verified that the Micromax Canvas Selfie would be to be had by the use of on-line and offline retailers beginning the 2nd week of January.

The corporate stressed out that the brand new Canvas-sequence smartphone has been designed for the picture-conscious girls. The spotlight of the Micromax Canvas Selfie is its thirteen-megapixel entrance and rear cameras which can be each accompanied through LED flash modules and Sony sensors.