Micromax recently launched the AISHA A50 Ninja. Introducing wallet friendly A50 superphone Ninja at Rs 4,999 with a unique voice control feature called Aisha (The Indian counterpart of the iPhone Siri), Micromax is leveraging the countrywide feature phone distribution to take Smart Phone to the masses.
In succession to A85, A75, A73 and A78, Micromax intensifies its Superfone portfolio by introducing A50 and thus offering handsets ranging from Rs. 4,999 to Rs. 12,500.
Interface : 7.9 cms multitouch capacitive touch screen
OS : Android 2.3.6 Gingerbread
Speech recognition : Artificial Intelligence Speech Handset Assistant, AISHA
Connectivity : Dual SIM, 3G HSDPA 7.2 Mbps, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, GPRS connectivity,
Bluetooth 2.0, USB 2.0Camera : 2.0 MP Rear Camera
Sensors : Gravity Sensor
Memory : Internal memory 180MB (108MB user available)
Expandable upto 32GB (micro SD) and 256 MB RAM
Processor speed : 650 MHz
Battery : 1200 mAh battery with standby time upto 10 days and Talk time upto 4
AISHA is an application that translates words into action. By simply speaking to the phone, the users can connect with the people, businesses and activities.
Through the voice recognition tool, users can initiate a Google search, view stock market details, know phone status and movie reviews, make calls, read news of desired locations, know horoscopes, make language translations and also view recipes. If this is not enough, AISHA also helps you to inquire your missed calls, send message, inquire date and time, weather conditions, pose knowledge questions and a host of other things.
To start using AISHA, an internet connection and a Google account is required. Once the Internet connection has been configured on the phone, just tap on Aisha to bring up the Aisha interactive screen and users can start issuing their voice commands. Aisha is continuously updated with new things for the users
to enjoy. Just tap ‘What is new option’ to find out the new things in Aisha.
The phone is pretty basic with a very low resolution screen and no flash support and AISHA needs internet connection to work.
Users have also complained about the poor image quality for a 2MP camera and bad battery life and termed the phone as ‘garbage’.
So if you are looking for a wallet friendly android based smartphone and some fun, go for it.
But I think it’s not worth the price. Better to stay away from it.