Innovation learns no boundaries and just when we started wondering what after smartphone, we were greeted by Superphones. In the domestic circle, Micromax gave us the first superphone A85. Riding on the popularity, they have unveiled a superphone Lite A75, a budget superphone.

Ths superphone Lite A75 can startle anyone with the number features it packs in its built. To begin with the superphone Lite has 3.75-inch screen size with capacitive touch. Superphone’s body looks amazing in black with four buttons on the lower panel. These keys from right to left are home, search, back and menu keys to make the experience convenient.

Running on Andorid, 2.3 (Gingerbread) the device allows the user to download from the range of over two lakh applications. The phone also includes plethora of pre-installed apps like what’s app, Mi apps, ibibo, YouTube, Facebook etc. It also provides you with apps like SAAVN so that you can listen to your favourite number anytime using this online music store and NETQIN ANTIVIRUS to protect your device from any kind of virus threats.

The phone has been designed keeping in mind the young generation of our nation who wants everything today with a taste of quality. For this Micromax has made this phone dual SIM so, that its users can take the full value of voice and data plans. Superphone Lite A75 also includes dual camera that will facilitate 3G calling. The rear camera is 3-megapixel with LED flash whereas the front one is VGA camera. 

The Lite A75 comes with various connectivity options like Bluettoth 3.0, Wi-Fi and USB 2.0. It houses 1300mAh battery that gives it 5-6 hours. The main drawback that we see is its processor speed, 650MHz processor. With even a 850 Mhz processor giving a bumpy web ride, it is hard to imagine Lite A75 not giving sluggish speed results, specially if you are into gaming.

Overall the phone is quite a descent buy at Rs. 8,999. Micromax certainly stands a chance of turning heads towards A75 with its dual SIM, dual camera, 3.75-inch touch screen and Android, Gingerbread package.

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