With the festive season around Micromax, the second largest smartphone vendor of the country launched three new budget smartphones under its Bolt series called as Bolt S302, Bolt Q331, and Bolt Q338, priced at Rs. 3,199, Rs. 4,999, and Rs. 6,499 respectively. All the three smartphones comes with entry-level specifications and come pre-loaded with Firstouch, a translator app, that can translate the English language into their preferred language.
Commenting on the launch, Shubhajit Sen, CMO, Micromax Informatics, said, “Around 70-80 million Indians convert from their feature phones to smartphones every year, and more and more consumers will use a smartphone for their initial computing and Internet needs leapfrogging the PC and laptop generation. We believe that smartphones will play a significant role in meeting PM’s ‘Digital India’ vision to connect the next billion. Micromax, being a front runner in the sub 7.5k mass segment handsets, has taken a step ahead in its philosophy of democratizing technology to the masses and has come up with a special program to enable the consumers to take the next technological leap towards the smartphones from feature phones.”
Earlier, we talked about Bolt Q338 in detail. Now, let’s check out what Bolt S302 and Bolt Q331 offers:
Micromax Bolt S302
The Bolt S302 features a 4-inch WVGA (480×800 pixels) TFT display and comes powered by Spreadtrum (SC7715) single-core processor clocked at 1GHz.…