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@Ankita Katdare • 18 Apr, 2013 • 2 likes
Idea Cellular's arena of smartphones just got a new entry with the launch of Idea AURUS 2, an all new Dual-SIM Android smarphone, which is a successor to the Gingerbead running AURUS launched last year. With the flavor of Jelly Bean (Android 4.1) OS, at INR 6,490/-, the smartly-priced AURUS 2 will have Dual SIM (GSM+GSM) feature while sporting a 3.5-inch, capacitive touchscreen with a 320x480 pixel resolution.
Running on a 1 GHz processor, the memory of our new AURUS 2 is a good 4GB of ROM and a 512 MB RAM. For an average users needs, whose focus is on using 3G everywhere on-the-go, a 3.2 megapixel camera with digital zoom is just about nice. And then there's a good-old VGA cam for video calls back home.
Coming to the part that would interest the buyers really - We have a 1.6GB of 3G data connection at INR 261/- and a subscription to Idea TV free for the first three months.
In addition to this, the handset will also offer video-calling facility for existing 2G users who wish to upgrade to 3G in semi-urban and rural markets, across the country.
There's then the usual easy access to Gmail, Facebook, Twitter and other social networks. So, this budget phone is already available in the Indian market for purchase across various stores. Will you go grab it soon?

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