This week a combination of 123 new hardware devices, browsers and operating system versions have been added to the device detection database.
This week introduces Micromax's latest two devices from its Bolt family, the Micromax Bolt A66 and Micromax Bolt A59. Unfortunately, Micromax decided to go with Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean platform for this devices and didn't go with newest OS version.
The Micromax Bolt A59 enters the market with a 3.5" TFT display with screen resolution 480 x 320. The Micromax smartphone runs on Spreadtrum SC7710 chipset, which has a ARM Mali-400 GPU and single-core ARM Cortex-A5 CPU running at 1.0GHz. The Micromax Bolt A59 was released in December 2013 and had a launch price of $71.00. This Micromax smartphone version has just a rear camera with 1.3MP and flash feature provided. Unfortunately, the Micromax Bolt A59 has a lack of GPS, but it has 2 mini SIM Card Slots provided.
The newest Micromax Bolt A66 that was released January this year has a 4.5" TFT display with screen resolution 854 x 480. It is similarly fitted with a 2MP rear camera with flash and 0.3MP front camera, 512 MB of internal storage and a MicroSD slot which can further expand the memory by another 32GB. The battery size of the Micromax Bolt A66 is 1500 mAh and the CPU frequency 1.0GHz. But unfortunately, the Micromax Bolt A66 also has a lack of GPS, but it has 2 mini SIM Card Slots provided. This week also brings us the addition of Mediacon M-MP77M, Fnac Phablet 5HD and many others.
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