The internal memory is also a letdown considering you get only 160MB of it however you can use a MicroSD card upto 16GB in size.
The phone is a Dual-SIM that only supports 2G data. It does have Wi-Fi, Bluetooth v2.1 & USB. There is no GPS.
The phone runs on Android Gingerbread v2.3. This is another let down as one can do with an Android v4.0 today even in some entry level smart phones.
The phone is equipped with a 2MP rear camera and no flash which is not too great considering people look for a minimum of 5MP cameras. It also has a front facing camera of 0.3MP resolution which is good enough for video calls.
The Phone has a 1500mAh battery which will survive a day if the phone is used for everyday tasks like calls, messaging, surfing the net (as being a 2G handset battery use will be low). Micromax has rated it as having a talk time of 4.5hrs
Videocon A15 – Over the A35 this phone has Bluetooth v3.0, a 3.2MP rear camera with flash. Trade-offs being a smaller battery and a 3.5” screen.
The Micromax bolt A35 indeed can be considered as an almost complete package in a budget. The things that keep it away from being complete are missing flash, 3G support, RAM, OS version & no GPS. However if one is looking for most of the basic needs in a Smartphone then this particular handset can be bought without second thoughts indeed.
Author Bio: The article has been written by Kundan Kumar, who is passionate about technology and how its changing everyone’s life by making it easier. He’s working at 91mobiles.com and writes about the latest in the tech domain, right from devices to innovations.