Micromax A90 Superfone Pixel

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Micromax launches Pixel A90 smartphone at Rs 12,990 - Tech News - IBNLive

Micromax has launched a new phone - Pixel A90 - which has a 4.3-inch Super-AMOLED touchscreen with a resolution of 800x480 pixels. It runs Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system. It is a dual-SIM phone, which is powered by a 1 GHz processor.

Priced at Rs 12,990, the phone has an 8 megapixel CMOS rear camera with LED flash, and a 0.3 megapixel front camera.

The A90 smartphone comes packed with a 1600 mAh battery, which Micromax says offers a talk time of 5 hours and a standby time of 174 hours.

A90 Pixel comes pre-loaded with Aisha, Micromax's voice-recognition software.

The phone has an internal memory of 4GB, which is expandable up to 32GB using a microSD card. The phone has 1 GB RAM.
 

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the specs looks same as any high end smartphone except with low CPU, internal memory, lower bluetooth version and nothing is said about the GPU if it's Nvidia, Mali-400MP, PowerVX or Adreno cause if you wanna play any HD games or do any graphics intensive apps Nvidia or Mali-400MP is a must, lower end GPU cannot handle any 3D apps or games but nevertheless the price tag is really good.:Boy Thumb Up:
 

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Highly interested, although the interface might keep me at bay. Possible to flash vanilla android?
 

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Highly interested, although the interface might keep me at bay. Possible to flash vanilla android?

It basically runs vanilla ICS with a few Micromax apps preinstalled. If you do a factory reset on the device even those apps will be deleted. Then its just plain vanilla ICS. Micromax doesn't put in an effort to customize the Android UI on their devices like other manufacturers do. I guess it helps keep their costs down.
 

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It basically runs vanilla ICS with a few Micromax apps preinstalled. If you do a factory reset on the device even those apps will be deleted. Then its just plain vanilla ICS. Micromax doesn't put in an effort to customize the Android UI on their devices like other manufacturers do. I guess it helps keep their costs down.

Well, I think those preloaded apps wouldn't be deleted if you factory reset as it's located in /system.
 

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Well, I think those preloaded apps wouldn't be deleted if you factory reset as it's located in /system.

Nope.. A factory reset will delete them as they are not stock android apps. They are add ons by Micromax.
 

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Just used ics on a desire C today. Smooth as butter.That's vanilla? Looks horrible, maybe its the video. I thought they put on some skin. Gotta be the video, poor quality. Will check it out once its in the market.