The Micromax M2 is targeted as a music phone, but it does not fully justify this tag. Music lovers would want to stock up their favourite collections on expandable memory and being constrained to a limited 2 GB internal memory with no support for expansion is a serious drawback. Also, the playlist interface is not very user-friendly and the phone lacks dedicated volume buttons. This makes the Micromax M2 not recommended even at its price tag of Rs. 4,500, as there are plenty of music phones available with better overall performance, such as the Fly MV135. The MV135 is priced around Rs. 3,500 and supports up to 8GB of expandable storage with microSD.
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