It’s Micromax who dares to compete with Apple, the leading mobile device company in the world today. Yes, Micromax has just launched a phone which has an in-built voice recognition software similar to Siri which is called AISHA (Artificial Intelligence Speech Handset Assistant), the most ubercool thing to happen in your Micromax superfone. It’s the Micromax A50 Ninja Superfone which has been launched just a couple of days ago and which promises that AISHA will help guys to control your phone smartly with your voice.
What AISHA has got ? : You can do anything like quick voice search, make calls, send messages, search for a restaurant nearby or even find a partner. It also allows to stream/search videos online, tweet or enquire about today’s weather or so. To activate AISHA on your Micromax A50 Ninja Superfone, you just need to have an internet connection and a Google account. Not just this thing, it has also got some cool specs and features, let’s have a quick look at them.
Talking about the specifications, Micromax A50 runs on Android 2.3.6 GIngerbread and has a 650MHz processor. It features a 3.1 inch(7.9cm) captivative full touch screen, a 2MP rear camera and also has a G-sensor. It’s a dual-sim Android phone which has an in-built voice recognition service called AISHA. It supports Bluetooth, GPRS, 3G or Wi-Fi networks too. The storage capacity is expandable upto 32GB at most.
Features And Price :
- Interactive speech recognition application AISHA which allows you to complete all your tasks by just speaking.
- Rich media technology, Fafster text input, Streamlined UI, preloaded Google Play and Google apps.
- Multitasking, enhanced gaming experience, super graphics and accelerated performance.
- Navigate easily through the touch screen, pinch to zoom and capture your memories with a 2MP camera.
- You would be happy to know that Micromax A50 comes with a price tag of just Rs. 4,999.
This is no doubt a very good deal for people looking for many features like Wi-Fi, 3G and obviously an Android OS. It’s a budget phone which certainly can’t challenge Apple talking in real but it’s really good to see that not Nokia or Samsung but it’s Micromax who introduced such an AISHA app like Siri on this phone. And who knows it might even rock, so what are your views about this phone ? Do you give a thumbs up or thumbs down to this phone ?