A unique impressive design and decent performance
Micromax has partnered with modu to bring the Modu T phone to India. A ‘camerafy’ jacket is provided in the box, an add-on snap-on that gives the tiny phone a 5MP camera to shoot with a dedicated camera button. The phone is extremely well built, with a glass screen and matte black metal body truly pleasing the eye. The phone has a 2.2-inch resistive touchscreen. It comes with the Brew OS. It has a Sportify mode will give you music on the go, along with stopwatch, pedometer, and calorimeter, to give a rough idea of just how strenuous your workout actually is, while giving you control of your music on the go. The phone also comes bundled with plently of web apps, such as Snaptu, Tune Wiki, YouTube, Flicker, Facebook, Twitter, and eBuddy.
Call performance was exceptional thoughout, with good signal reception and call clarity in handset mode in areas of varying signal strength, and no dropped calls experienced. Video playback is good. Battery life was not very good, with the phone lasting less than 24 hours with average use, a figure that drops considerably when using the Camerafy jacket’s and/or flash often.
The phone’s tiny form factor is sure to turn heads, and at Rs. 12,500 is quite a good buy for someone looking for a compact device. However, the lack of Wi-Fi is an obvious disadvantage.
Screen: 2.2-inch LCD;
Camera: 5MP; No Wi-fi;
Phone: +91-124-4009 6000
Price: Rs. 12,500