Micromax brings two new phones to Nepal
Micromax, one of the biggest Indian brand in the smartphone industry has launched two new phones in Nepal, the Q353 and X409. First established as an IT software company operating in the Embedded Devices Domain, it later entered the mobile handset business. The company has slowly and steadily worked to improve it product lineup and reputation and offers budget-friendly state-of-the-art phones, reads a press release. Micromax has launched the Q353 and X409 to target those looking for an affordable phone. The Q353 is priced at Rs 6,820 while the X409 costs Rs 1,025.
Acording to the company the Q353 is billed as one of the finest premium smartphones. It is powered by a 1.3GHz quad-core processor coupled with 1 GB of RAM running on Android 7.0. The sturdy processor promises to run games and videos smoothly without any hiccups, claims the release. It also has a 5 inch HD display and a removable 2,000mah battery. The smartphone features 5 megapixel primary (MP) camera on the rear while selfie duties are handled by the 5 MP front facing camera.
This allows users to click a million beautiful photos, anytime and anywhere. Users will be able to expand the storage on the Micromax Q353 using a microSD card of up to 32GB. The smartphone also features dual SIM slots and supports 3G network connectivity. The company claims that the Q353 is the best budget smartphone in the segment that will provide users with tremendous experiences. For those with a tight budget, the X409 phone promises to be a good option. It sports a 1.8 inch screen, front and rear cameras, dual SIM support and 800mah battery. Other features include FM radio, voice call recording, music player and video player. Micromax is also offering 100 day replacement warranty on the X409.