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Whoa what a great phone have never seen something like that.The phone is loaded with many new features and it;s a touchscreen phone so worth check it out.

Micromax has brought a new phone for us and let us check its feature.It has the main 3D qube feature.

Specifications and features here.

Micromax Q7 is a WiFi enabled phone which comes at the price of Rs 7000.

Form Factor Bar
Band GSM/GPRS 900/1800 MHz
Weight 85g
Dimensions 112.5x 55.9x 14.1 mm
Display 262K TFT
Display Resolution 240x400px
Camera 2.0 Megapixel
Music Multi Format Music Player
3.5mm Jack Yes
Stereo FM Radio Yes
Video Player Yes (AVI/3GP/MP4)
Messaging Yes, SMS /MMS/EMS
Games Yes
Bluetooth(A2DP) Yes
Email Yes
Phonebook Memory 1000
SMS Memory 500
Expandable Memory MicroSD (upto 16GB)
Battery Type Li-ion 1200mAh
Talk Time Up to 8 hours
Standby Time Up to 6 days

The phone comes pre-loaded with Opera Mini Browser, Nimbuzz Chat Client and Snaptu for Twitter and  Facebook.

The phone is available in the market for Rs.5000-5500.

Micromax Q7 is the latest one in their qwerty keyboard mobiles. The mobile has just been launched and the price is still not revealed. It’s a Bar Style mobile phone for GSM band users. The phone is available in two colors – Silver and Black. The display screen is QVGA and there is a trackball for easy navigation that make it look like typical Blackberry Smartphones. The mobile comes with 2 MP digital camera that is low in comparison to the current market standards.

Some of the key features include Multi Instant Messenger capability with Nimbuzz, Preloaded Opera Mini Browser, Dual SIM support, 3.5 mm audio jack, Social Networking shortcuts and Wi-Fi for internet connectivity. It also comes with Stereo FM Radio that is a plus point for all the mobile phones in Indian market. It supports Bluetooth with A2DP and Java games.

Micromax Q7 weighs only 100 gm that is reasonable for any QWERTY phone. The phone is inbuilt with 78 MB memory and you can expand it to 4 GB using microSD card slot.

The only area in which it lacks is the low battery power of only 800 mAh Li-Ion battery. It’s specifications shows 4.5 hours of talk time but I really doubt it. In this much battery power, it can support maximum of 3 hours talk time.



Micromax Q7 Box Contents:

  • 1 each of transceiver
  • Charger
  • Battery
  • Handsfree
  • USB Cable
  • Driver’s CD
  • User Guide
  • Service Guide
  • Warranty Card
  • Leather Pouch


Form Factor: Bar Style

Band: EDGE/GSM 900/1800MHz

Weight: 100g

Dimensions: 110mm*59mm*10.7mm

Color Options: Available in 2 colors (black/silver)

Display: 262K Color QVGA Screen 5.6 cms)

User Navigation: Trackball Navigation with Full QWERTY  keypad

Camera: 2.0 MP

Music: Multi Format Music Player (MP3 / AMR / MIDI / WAV), Background Music Playback, Built in Yamaha Audio Amplifier

3.5mm Jack: Yes


Facebook: Yes, integrated

Opera Mini: Yes, integrated

Nimbuzz: Yes

Multi-Messenger: Yes

Stereo FM Radio: Yes

Video Player: Yes(AVI/3GP/MP4)

Messaging: Yes, SMS /MMS/EMS

Games: Yes

Bluetooth(A2DP): Yes

STK: Yes

Email: Yes



Phonebook Memory: 1000

SMS Memory: 1000

Internal Memory: 78MB

Expandable Memory: MIcroSD (upto 4GB)

Battery Type: Li-ion 800mAh

Talk Time: Up to 4.5 hours

Standby Time: Up to 6 days

Micromax Q55 Bling a cute, feminine, diamond studded phone looking all white and flashy! Well the stunning looks throw a big expectation of it being a good phone, but we don’t think it lived up to it. The Micromax Q55 is quite similar to the Nokia Twist and Motorola Flipout but unlike both the phones this one is targeted towards the ladies! Not very rich on features and we are pretty sure that this phone will only be sold for its looks.

The phone is designed to appeal the girls, it has a mirror behind the screen which makes it very obvious. It unveils a large QWERTY keypad by flipping the phone open, when opened it is a bit bigger than the Nokia E71. The backlit QWERTY keyboard is much more impressive than the Q7 we saw but then the weird design of the handset makes it a strict women piece. The usual suspects in a micro USB port and 3.5mm audio jack are present.

As expected the Q55 isn’t that deep when it comes to feature set. An ordinary 10 mb internal memory (expandable using the MicroSD slot), a Opera Mini that won’t work for any other sites than the bookmark (updating to Opera Mini 5 helps) also we are not able to get the GPRS working on this phone. The audio output is not that great, when it comes to the loud speaker the sound level is low and the bass is replaced by a lot of boom, while the earphones are just about decent. The 2 megapixel camera is not really great. Also, the camera doesn’t function unless you have the slider open (even though the camera is visible on the back cover). The Micromax Q55 Bling does not have WiFi and I really doubt if the target market here in this price range even bothers about it.

Though the Q55 has a subjective but good design, I don’t see too many young girls around me who are addicted to heavy messaging and calling will find this phone to be a dependable handset. Why not go for the Nokia C3? or any other low range Symbian that will give more SMS storage and reliability. My mom might like this, only if she can handle the big design and accept the QWERTY (which I don’t see happening).

The box contains:

  • Handset
  • Charger
  • Battery
  • Handsfree
  • User and Service Guide
  • CD
  • USB Cable
  • Warranty Card
  • Velvet Pouch

Quick look over specs:

  • Dual sim support
  • 2 MP Camera, Video Recording
  • Music Player powered by Yamaha
  • FM Radio
  • Expandable memory upto 8GB (MicroSD)
  • QWERTY keypad
  • Preloaded Opera Mini Browser
  • Facebook, Nimbuzz, Multi Instant Messenger