Micromax has finally announced it’s previoulsy leaked X259 solar phone and this is the first solar phone of Micromax, specs, price and other details of this phone are completely revealed today.Anyway, you can see the device above, well, it’s a very simple looking device, but still it’s a solarphone.Micromax X259 solar phone comes with solar cells which can be charged through solar energy.It has a 2.4-inch QVGA display which is 240X320 pixels in resolution. It is a dual-SIM device and it has connectivity features like Bluetooth, USB port and a 3.5mm AV jack as well.There is no Wi-Fi connectivity feature for this phone.
While launching Rahul Sharma, Co-Founder, Micromax said:
“ “We have been at the forefront of innovation. We have introduced many categories into this competitive Industry be it long battery life phones or dual SIM phones. With the introduction of this our intent is to get rid of the mobile phone charger by including a solar panel on the device itself”.
There is a VGA camera present on the back of this device and there is no front camera present on this device.The phone is powered with a 1000mAh Li-ion battery and interesting fact is that with 3 hours of solar charge it provides 1.5 hours of talk time.Micromax X259 solar phone is now available in India for Rs. 2,499/- and we are sure that in future it will become a major priority of rural people.Anyway, for more information about this phone check out the Press Release below.
Go Green with the Micromax X259 SOLAR PHONE
― Micromax X259 comes with solar cells which can be charged through solar energy
― 3 hours of solar charge provides 1.5 hours of talk time
New Delhi, July 12th, 2012: Micromax Informatics Limited (“Micromax”), the 12th largest handset manufacturer in the World (According to Global Handset Vendor Market share report from Strategy Analytics) today announced the launch of X259, with a built-in solar panel.
Micromax has always been recognized for its innovation in its device portfolio and has created categories such as marathon battery life phones, dual SIM Phones, Life Style phone and many more. Micromax adds yet another category to its offering of unique devices. The Micromax X259 Solar Phone priced at Rs. 2499/-, it is the company’s first solar phone which enables the users to charge their phone using solar energy.
Micromax X259 comes with a solar panel technology through which the phone automatically gets charged through solar power on exposure to sunlight. With unpredictable power cuts specifically in the rural areas this handset will be the perfect solution to address the issue of recharging the phone through electricity.
Commenting on the device launch, Mr. Rahul Sharma, Co – Founder, Micromax said, “We have been at the forefront of innovation. We have introduced many categories into this competitive Industry be it long battery life phones or dual SIM phones. With the introduction of this our intent is to get rid of the mobile phone charger by including a solar panel on the device itself”.
Micromax X259 features a 2.4” QVGA screen with a resolution of 240X320. The phone is powered with a 1000mAh Li-ion battery and facilitates dual SIM dual standby feature. The users can share images, videos, music with friends through the phone’s Bluetooth connectivity.
Micromax X259 is available at Rs. 2499/- This model will be available across all leading retail outlets across India.
For more information, please visit www.micromaxinfo.com
Micromax is the 12th largest handset manufacturer in the World (According to Global Handset Vendor Market share report from Strategy Analytics). The Indian brand is reaching out to the global frontier with innovative products that challenge the status quo that Innovation comes with a price. Micromax has sales presence across India and global presence in Hong Kong, Bangladesh, Nepal, Sri-Lanka, Maldives, UAE, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Qatar, Oman, Afghanistan and Brazil.
* Micromax holds the 3rd position amongst the handset manufacturers in India as pre revenue with a market share of 6.9% for the FY 2011. (Source: V&D report)