Micromax have established themselves as makers of reasonably priced, feature-rich mobile phones that one would actually consider over a lower priced Nokia or Samsung. We were quite impressed with the Van Gogh X450 as it offers tremendous bang-for-buck given the features and the bundled Bluetooth headset. Today, we have the successor to their popular Q75 smartphone, the Q80. Let’s see if it manages to surpass its predecessor.
Micromax Q80 caught on video
Looks elegant and is built well
Keypad is evenly lit
Place for the SIM and memory card, very similar to the HTC Flyer
The shortcut bar makes it easy to launch apps
Updated 23 May, 2013, 6:30 pm IST
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