India’s largest domestic handset maker, Micromax today showcased its latest offering in the mobile phone segment. The newly launched device is called the Van Gogh X450. Looking at the uninspiring design, I wonder what possible connection it could have to the the legendary Dutch artist Vincent van Gogh.
According to the company, the stylish phone integrates a Bluetooth hands-free headset in its design. Which means that you can place the hands-free in the docking port on the back of the phone. The device features a 2.6 TFT screen, 2 megapixel camera, 8 GB card support, and a 3.5 mm audio jack. You also get a swappable back panel to change the look of your device. Additionally, it comes pre-installed with the Opera Mini web browser and instant messaging support for Facebook, Yahoo!, and MSN through eBuddy. The battery is said to be 1000 mAh.
Priced at an affordable Rs 3499, the Van Gogh X450 is likely to heat up the low-end mobile segment. Micromax has said that the phone will be available across India in a few days.