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Micromax X290 Price in India 2,449/- Rupees


Micromax X290 is a very impressive dual sim cellphone, its dual sim connectivity enables one to connect two GSM sims at once. With a 1.3 megapixel camera, FM radio, expandable memory (up to 2GB) and bluetooth connectivity the Micromax X290 is a great cellphone which costs less than 2500 rupees in India. For a basic daily use it’s a very good phone.
Micromax has established itself as a cellphone brand which has made common man the king, Micromax was one of the first cellphone brands to introduce cheap qwerty cellphones of the likes of Micromax Q1, Micromax Q2+ and Micromax Q3 Ezpad. Other than that Micromax was successful in providing the first cheap Android OS cellphone, The Micromax Andro A60.
Micromax has been very consistent and dynamic with there products and strategies and has captured the market well. We hope to see more and better cellphones from the Micromax stable.
Key Features of Micromax X290:
  • Camera: 1.3 Mega Pixels.
  • Dual SIM: Yes(GSM, GSM).
  • Price: Rs. 2,449.
  • Fm: Yes, FM Radio .
  • Touch Screen: No.
Details Specification of Micromax X290:
  • Camera:
  • Main Camera: 1280.0 X 1024.0 Pixels.
  • Secondary: No.
  • Recording video: Yes.
Network:
  • 2G Network: GSM 900 / 1800 Mhz- SIM 1 .
Size:
  • Dimension:113.7 X 50 X 14.7 mm
  • Weight: 86 G.
Memory:
  • Phonebook: Yes.
  • Call Records:No.
Internal Memory: -
Card Slot: microSD, Up to 2 GB.
Sound:
  • Alert types: Vibration,Polyphonic, MP3 Ringtones.
  • Speakerphone: Yes.
Internet:
  • GPRS: Yes
  • EDGE: No
  • Browser: Yes, WAP Browser .
Display:
  • Type: 5.6 Cms, QCIF Display .
  • Size: 176X220 pixels .
Connectivity:
  • Bluetooth: Yes.
  • USB: Yes.
Battery:
  • Standard battery, liion850mAh
  • Stand-by:  Up toUp To 6 Days Hours .
  • Talk time: Up toUp To 4 Hours Hours .
Special Features:
  • Multi Format Music Player.  


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