With Android growing without a looking back, people in India are often found more interested in budget-savvy mobile phones. So here I am coming to you reviewing 3 entry-level mobile phone available in India and running Android OS.
The three handsets I am talking about are: Micromax Andro, Samsung Galaxy Pop (confirmed the price in Pune, courtesy the Mobile Store) and Dell XCD 28. Let me list down a few major features of these mobile sets.
- Andro: Rs. 6999 (Mobile Store price)
- Galaxy Pop: Rs. 9169 (Mobile Store price)
- XCD 28: Rs. 7725 (a price lower than Naaptol, check here)
- Andro: 2.1 (Éclair)
- Galaxy Pop: 2.2 (Froyo)
- XCD 28: 2.1 (Éclair)
- Andro: 2.8” resistive touchscreen
- Galaxy Pop: 3.2” TFT capacitive touchscreen
- XCD 28: 2.8” resistive touchscreen
- Andro: 3.2 Mega-pixel (digital zoom, that’s what mentioned everywhere :P)
- Galaxy Pop: 3.15 Mega-pixel with 3x zoom
- XCD 28: 3 Mega-pixel with 5x zoom
Ofcourse, all the above 3 phones supports 3G network, Bluetooth as well as WiFi connectivity. I hope this will give you a brief idea about the mobile handsets in the Android range. Keep commenting and do suggest if you want me to cover any specific topics.