Micromax BOLT D303 comes with 10 regional languages

|July 17, 2015 0
The BOLT D303 comes pre-loaded with 10 regional languages powered by Firstouch

BANGALORE, INDIA: Micromax accelerated its step towards democratizing language by partnering with Firstouch Regional Smartphone Operating System to launch Micromax BOLT D303, with multiple language features.

The BOLT D303 comes pre-loaded with 10 regional languages powered by Firstouch.

The all new Messaging Service with patented ‘Swipe’ feature of Firstouch, which enables you to translate and transliterate messages from English to Indian languages & vice – versa with a swipe.

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You can write in your regional language and convert the message to English before sending, one can also type, chat or change the menu of their phone in their preferred language. It helps the users to type faster in their regional language using the patented Brahmic Keyboard of Firstouch with Matra and Word prediction with over 2 lakh words for each language.

The device also comes with Firstouch App bazaar in regional languages which enables the users to download more than 10,000 applications in their regional languages and an intuitive Menu in regional languages with sound assistance and more.

Powered by a 1.3GHz dual core processor, the smartphone comes with a 4 inch WVGA (480*800) display and runs on Android KitKat 4.4. The smartphone will be easily upgradeable through FOTA soon, offering users a number of features including voice search, Google Drive, Hangouts for video calls, smart contact prioritization etc.

The phone holds a 3.2 MP AF rear camera and also a front camera. With 3G connectivity the users can stream live videos, movies and download music instantly the 32GB expandable memory.

Priced at Rs. 3,499 the device will be available at all leading retail stores across the country in Blue.

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