When it comes to connectivity, the A75 is quite well-equipped with support for 3G, EDGE and Wi-Fi with Wi-Fi Direct capabilities. Bluetooth 2.0 with A2DP and USB 2.0 are also a part of the set up. With Push Mail and Exchange support, Facebook, Twitter, Gtalk, Whatsapp, eBuddy, Quikr and Saavn preloaded, you’re assured connectivity to all your online portals for networking. Aside from the Android Market, Micromax has also decided to get into the specialized App Market business, like LG and Samsung with their Mi-Apps option that lists out a selection of apps, which the company feels would help boost your handset's appeal and usability.
Plenty of handy connectivity options come preloaded
Quite a few extras thrown in
Just about average 3MP camera
Updated 18 Jun, 2013, 8:58 pm IST
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