Micromax MODU-T

The USP of the Modu Modular handsets is a proprietary port that is designed to fit into various jackets. Micromax has bundled a jacket equipped with a 5 megapixel camera. The Modu T has a 2.2-inch resistive
touchscreen and has been called the smallest and lightest 3.5G enabled handset out there. Despites its size, the phone feels comfortable to use, but having multiple jackets is a little weird. The Qualcomm’s Brew OS uses gesture swipes to access functions, but the UI is sluggish. Although the keypad is large, there is lag, and scrolling through the menu is jittery.

Audio quality is good, but higher frequencies tend to be a little sharp. in FM radio worked well, with decent reception while commuting. With 3.5G connectivity, you’re assured speedy connectivity. The native browser is good enough for basic browsing and IMAP and POP3 email is supported. The camera jacket has very few features, and start up and image processing are slow. Images appear sharp and focused, but moving objects get a bit blurry. Talk time averaged at just about 2 hours. Guinness may have recognized it as the lightest touchscreen phone, but that’s not enough to make it worth buying.



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