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Micromax has launched a new budget Android smartphone, A50 Ninja. The new Micromax smartphone comes with a Siri-like voice recognition assistant called AISHA (Artificial Intelligence Speech Handset Assistant). Micromax claims the new AISHA application translates words into action.
Priced at Rs. 4,999, the Micromax A50 Ninja is a dual-SIM phone running on Android 2.3.6 Gingerbread operating system. The device is powered by a 650MHz processor. The Micromax A50 Superfone Ninja also features 3.1-inch capacitive touch screen and 2MP rear camera. For connectivity, the device supports 3G, Wi-Fi, GPRS and Bluetooth. Its storage capacity is expandable up to 32GB.
Micromax has partnered with the Indian portal such as Timesjob.com and Simplymarry.com for smooth functioning of AISHA. Micromax says the AISHA app will help users post status on social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter. The A50 Ninja also has a hub of apps that awaits them at the Google Play Store ranging from entertainment to music apps. For more information about the new device, click here.
The Micromax A50 Ninja will be available in retail stores across India very soon.
With the launch of the new A50 Ninja, Micromax says it has intensified its Suprefone portfolio and now it offers handsets ranging from Rs. 4,999 to Rs. 12,500. Micromax has previously launched A85, A75, A73 and A78 superfones.
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