Micromax Andro A70: It's too smart
January 29, 2013
If the Micromax Andro A70 doesn’t make you feel like congratulating whoever invented microchips, then no other phone will. It is a phone designed to pack all the smartphone technology into an 85-gram slab, measuring just 111 x 58 x 13.5 millimeters. Its operating system is Android version 2.2. This OS makes life cool for the user in what it does through the phone’s 600 MHz processor and 160 MB internal memory. If the user wants more than the 160 MB that the Andro A70 has to offer, there is room for a microSD card of up to 32 GB.
In terms of connectivity, this phone has all that is required for a person to be abreast with the modern world. It packs GPRS, EDGE and 3G HSDPA connectivity of up to 7.2 Megabytes per second. To add to those, there is version 2.1 Bluetooth that has A2DP. There is also a pro-Wi-Fi feature. Suffice it to say that the phone aims at maximizing the user’s virtual visibility in the universe. To crown it all, this model has an FM radio for those who would like to catch up with the issues of the day through radio.
The Micromax Andro A70 makes use of a 1450 mAh Li-Ion battery. This battery promises stand-by time of up to 168 hours and talk time of up to 4 hours. This is the battery that also ensures that the other extra features of the phone work to the maximum. Such extra features include voice memo, a document editor, an image/video editor, an MP3 and MP4 player, YouTube, etc.