Andy Rubin and Rich Miner, who should be in cloud nine following the success and the fastly booming market of Android phones, they are still in the ground and in static state with glee-filled hearts that they have given a thought of building on economical or budget smartphones running on Android operating system.
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These phones are available in India and are not worth more than Rs. 10,000/-
Dell XCD 28 (Rs. 7,500/-)
Dell XCD 28 is one of the most pocket friendly phones, and had secured in India the second position. The reason for being this is their dedicated graphical processor that made this phone to reach so far. Some of the noteworthy features of this phone will include 2.8” touch resistive touch screen that has an internal storage of 200 MB with 256 MB of RAM and ROM only. Nevertheless, the phone is bundled with a 2 GB memory card that could be expandable up to 8 GB. This quad band phone meets connectivity solutions with HSPA data access along with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.
LG Optimus (Rs. 10,000/-)
The success of margin to the top five list is only with a flimsy margin. The phone being powered with Android v2.2, soon to be upgraded to 2.3, stands promising with only competitor being the less famous brand Spice MI 310. Some of the advantageous and attractive features and specs of this phone will include the performance and speed, which is actually being backed by the 512 MB RAM and 32 GB expandable micro SD card slot. They also sport a 3.2” touch resistive display screen.
Other Optimus Devices from LG
Samsung Galaxy 5
Until the arrival of Spice MI 310 that came into the mobile market, Samsung Galaxy 5 was the only budget smartphone that was barging of a capacitive touchscreen. The phone has a 600 MHz processor which is supported with 170 MB internal memory or RAM, HSPA capacity along with Bluetooth and Wi-Fi, and an 8 MP camera. Nevertheless, the phone has a 16 GB memory card slot, while the best performance has been observed when using an 8 GB memory card.
Micromax A60 (Rs. 6,800/-)
Better known as “My first Android” smartphone, this phone Micromax Andro A60, is one of the most economical smartphone that you can come across in the Indian mobile market. The phone is unique in design, outlook and features. The phone has a thick top and a slimmer bottom, which makes holding the phone in comfy. Talking of the hardware, the phone has a 600 MHz processor and 150 MB internal storage of RAM. While the software of the phone means that this has a dual band support, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and HSPA connectivity. The Off board memory could be expanded up to 8 GB, and the phone has a stylish look with a 2.8” resistive touch display screen with a 3.1 MP camera that captures and visualizes images in 280 × 320 pixel resolution.
Spice MI 310 (Rs. 9, 000/-)
This smartphone comes with a number of surprises for the money that you are going to invest, which will also include a low price point. The phone has a pretty big screen of 3.2”display with a very high-resolution of 320 × 480 pixels and comes surprisingly with an optical track pad. The phone is also supported by Android 2.2 or FROYO and is the only one at this price. Speaking of the processor, the chipset is 600 MHz and has Wi-Fi hotspot functionality and 3G connectivity.
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