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Micromax Q36 Price List in India
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Micromax Q36 - Expert Reviews
Indian mobile phone maker Micromax recently launched the Micromax Q36, a budget handset suitable for those who require a QWERTY keypad along with multi-SIM support. The Q36 has support for not two but THREE SIM cards- two GSM and one CDMA. It is a bar-phone with dimensions of 115.8 mm x 58 mm x 15 mm and a net weight of 95g. Micromax Q36 sports a 2.3-inch TFT display with a resolution of 320 x 240 pixels and support for 65000 colors. However, multi-touch is not supported and the display is not scratch-resistant. The handset also features a 0.3-megapixel SVGA camera at the back that also supports video recording. However, the absence of flash makes it difficult to take pictures in low-light conditions. Also, no front-facing secondary camera is provided. In terms of connectivity options offered on the Q36, Micromax has kept it strictly basic with support for just Bluetooth and GPRS connectivity. So you cannot access Wi-Fi networks, 3G networks or even GPS. However, a USB port has been provided.
Basic multimedia features are provided, such as a music player that supports MP3, MIDI and WAV audio formats. Video playback is also allowed for MP4 formats but don’t expect to get a very pleasant experience in the miniscule 2.3-inch display. FM Radio is also provided but there is no facility for FM Radio recording. Micromax Q36 is powered by a powerful 1450 mAh Li-Ion battery that gives talk time of 5 hours and total stand-by time of 200 hours.
Operating system and UI
The most notable features of the Q36 are its QWERTY keypad and the triple SIM support (GSM+GSM+CDMA). To make the task of managing the three SIMs easier, separate buttons have been provided for easily accessing each SIM card. The button for the CDMA SIM-card carries a ‘C’ mark in order to distinguish it from the GSM buttons. You can make calls directly from the desired SIM by simply pressing the particular button.
The QWERTY keypad makes it very easy to type and so textaholics will welcome this feature.
The handset runs on a proprietary JAVA-based operating system.
Multimedia features offered on Micromax Q36 are strictly basic with just a music player that supports the following audio formats: MP3, MIDI and WAV and a video player that supports MP4 video format. FM radio is also offered however there exists no facility to record FM radio.
A 0.3-megapixel VGA camera has also been provided but don’t expect to take good quality pictures- not only because of the low quality of the camera, but also because of the lack of LED flash. Camera zoom is allowed, though, as is video recording. A 3.5mm universal audio jack has been provided so that you can easily play your music loud on any compatible audio system.
Obviously, you can’t really expect to take high quality pictures on a 0.3MP SVGA snapper and the lack of LED flash makes it impossible to take pictures in low-light conditions. Video recording is allowed but again, the video is usually jerky and grainy.
Due to the lack of many internet connectivity features, the only way you can access the internet on the Q36 is through GPRS connectivity offered by your telecom operator. There is no support for either Wi-Fi connectivity or 3G. A WAP-enabled Opera Mini 4 browser has also been pre-loaded for surfing the Web.
A microSD card slot has been provided that provides for expansion of external memory up to 8GB, which is adequate for storing all your music, videos, pictures and files.
Not many applications and games are offered on the Q36- you get the basics like clock, alarm, image viewer, organizer, office applications and calendar. A few games have also been added for your entertainment purposes.
Micromax Q36 is powered by a powerful 1450 mAh standard Li-Ion battery that gives talk time of 5 hours and total stand-by time of 200 hours.
As mentioned before, Micromax has really acted very miserly as far as connectivity features on the Q36 are concerned. The bare necessities like Bluetooth and GPRS have been supported, in addition to a USB port but not much else. So there is no support for Wi-Fi connectivity, 3G networks, Infrared connectivity, or even GPS.
While comparing Micromax Q36 with the Micromax Q35, we see that although most of the features of the two handsets are similar, there still exist some key differences. First off, the Q35 is slightly smaller and thinner than the Q36. At the same time, however, it is heavier than the Q36. One of the major differences between the two handsets is that while the Q36 provides support for three different SIMs (GSM+GSM+CDMA), the Q35 provides support for only two different SIMs (GSM+CDMA). However, both handsets come with QWERTY keypads so they square off in that department. The Q36 offers a 3.5mm universal audio jack which is compatible with most audio systems today; however, the Q35 comes with a 2.5mm audio jack that is not directly compatible audio systems- it requires a separate adapter. The last major difference between the two handsets is that the Q36 comes with a significantly more powerful 1,450 mAh battery while the Q35 comes with only a 1,050 mAh battery. Thus, there is a noticeable difference in the battery life provided by the two handsets.
Micromax launched the Q36 handset in August 2012. The Triple SIM handset is specifically aimed at those people who wish to use three different SIM cards on a single handset (GSM+GSM+CDMA). A QWERTY keypad makes typing significantly easier and comes as an added bonus for those people who love to text 24/7. Most of the other features of the mobile phone are pretty much bog-standard and in some aspects are even below average. However, one cannot really demand any great features as the Q36 is only a specifically-aimed budget handset meant for only a subsection of the mobile consumer base. As Dual-SIM handsets are doing very well in Indian markets today, a triple-SIM handset will definitely be welcomed by a vast number of mobile phone consumers.
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Micromax Q36 Specifications
Announced 2012, July
Handset Color Black
Model Name Micromax Q36
Network Type GSM + CDMA
Display Size 2.3 Inches
Display Type TFT Display
Resolution QVGA, 320 x 240 Pixels
Display Color 65K
Horizontal Pixel 320
Vertical Pixel 240
Rear Camera 0.3 MP
Front Camera No
Extendable Memory microSD, upto 8 GB
Operating System Others
Data & Internet
Music Player Yes, MIDI, MP3, WAV
Video Player Yes, MP4
Radio Yes, Built-In Antenna
Alert Types MP3, 64 Polyphonic
Audio Jack Yes
Battery Type Li-Ion, 1450 mAh
Talk Time 5 hrs (2G)
Max Stand-by Time 200 hrs (2G)
Form Factor QWERTY
Dimensions 115.8 x 58 x 15 mm
Input Method Qwerty Keypad
SIM Option Triple SIM
In The Box User Guide, Battery, Charger, Handset, Headset, Service Guide, Warranty Card