DataWind (a Canadian based company) has launched a new hybrid of a phone and a tablet (a phablet) called the Datawind MoreGmax 3G6, an entry level dual-sim smartphone on Monday. Although it compares fairly with all the other Android phones, this one’s catchy with the price tag and the exciting offer the company proposes: Free data for a year and a budget price of Rs.5,999, it comes bundled up with features that could compete with the flagship smartphones that we see in the market today. DataWind collaborates with Rcom and the company has mentioned free data for its users for 12 months, however, there are no details regarding the monthly or daily FUP (Fair Usage Policy).
The Canadian-based company is going down the same road as Anil Ambani’s well-known empire business Reliance, the Jio4G drift to swoop the customers over. However, there’s a clause where the free data for 12 months work; The free internet access will be available only to the users browsing through their default browser – UbiSurfer on the device. So you can’t use Facebook and then believe that this will covered under the offer. To get all the regular services, customers will have to subscribe to their respective data plans. To attain the free services, the users will have to stick to it’s default browser.
Datawind MoreGmax 3G6 Features and Specifications
As far as the specifications are concerned, it comes with a 6-inch screen packed with Android OS with 8GB internal storage.Top of that, you will be able to expand up to 32GB using micro SD external storage for all your photos and video content to be in one place. It sports a 1GB RAM for heavy app multitask. Games would run at a decent FPS with this specification. You don’t need to carry another backpack camera wherever you go as the device comes with a stunning 8-megapixel rear camera and a 2-megapixel front facing camera. Big up your selfie game with this one! The internal specifications include a 1.3Ghz quad-core processor. Connectivity options include 3G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth v 4.10, GPS, proximity sensors, accelerometer, gyroscope, barometer, and temperature sensor.
The biggest fallback of this phone would be the lack of 4G connectivity which most of the phones that come out nowadays have it enabled. Nevertheless, although there’s not much difference in the speed between 3G and 4G, it’s still got the 5 pillars for a great smartphone: hardware build, camera, battery, performence and display. This one covers it all.
Datawind MoreGmax 3G6 Review
To put the icing on the pudding, a well-packaged Android phone with a budget price. Entry level specifications. It suits those who love big handsets, they provide ample screen for those who love to read and use it for entertainment purpose. This is go-to phone if you’re looking for a budget Android phablet that comes packed in free data services over for 12 months (note that this is valid only on their mentioned browser).
All-in-all the product satisfies those who are content with the price-tag and who are looking into venturing a basic smartphone that covers all daily needs. Cop this if you’re a fan of phablets!