Micromax Mobiles has unveiled a new mobile phone, called Micromax X510 Pike. This is a Full touchscreen mobile phone with 5 color backpanels and enhanced features such as Wi-Fi, Snaptu Social Networking Feature, and Opera Mini Browser.
Micromax X510 Pike is powered by 2MP Camera, WiFi, 3.5 mm jack, Bluetooth, GPRS, Wi-Fi, Video player, FM radio, 16GB MicroSD card, and has a multiformat music player and can play avi, 3gp and mp4 videos. Mobile looks stylish. It weighs 103.3 grams and has a dimension of 110.2 x 55 x 14.75 mm. X510 Pike features 7.1 cm full touchscreen and it also has a brilliant display with 240×400 pixel resolution and can show up to 262K Colors.
Micromax X510 is the first mobile with Zenga app and has full Java support. you can effortlessly download Java games and try out Java apps. This is also the first mobile phone from Micromax with great battery life with 1500mAh Li-ion battery and claims to provide up to 8 hours of talk time and around 16 days of standby time.
This phone has very attractive looks specially and stylish because of its Candy bar look. The device has something spectacular about it looks and its colourful back panel provides an amazing finish. The X510 Pike mobile phone supports 5 colour back panel including black, red, silver, orange and yellow.
Micromax X510 Pike is pre installed with Candy bar(Multi Instant Messenger), Snaptu (World of free apps), Opera Mini browser. Facebook app is ready to use. X510 Pike mobile phone will be available in India soon at an estimated price of Rs.5,500 (Approx).
Weight: 103.03 grams
Display: Full Touch screen TFT Display, 240×400 pixels resolution, 262K colors
Memory: 16GB (MicroSD), 1000 Phonebook Memory, 500 SMS Memory
Battery : 1500mAh Li-ion battery, 8hrs Talk Time, 16days Stand by Time
Multimedia: Multiformat audio player, Video Player (Can play .avi, .3gp, .mp4 format videos), FM Radio
Camera: 2MP Camera
Messaging Services: SMS/MMS, Email, Multi Instant Messenger (Nimbuzz)
Connectivity: GPRS, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, USB
Applications: Nimbuzz, Snaptu, Facebook, Zenga