Targeting the young girls and female buyers, Mitashi has just launched WattaGirl, a smartphone that drops itself into the budget range, where there are several competitors already, some focusing just on the camera part. Not to forget, the Infocus M2 that was just launched in India, has two 8-megapixel cameras, and it is the Dual SIM aspect and the replaceable back cover, where Mitashi is focusing on the WattaGirl smartphone.
The Mitashi WattaGirl otherwise seems to have entry-level specs if the camera isn’t taken into consideration. Having a 5-inch display (resolution unknown), the phone has a Dual-core processor at 1.2 GHz, along with 512MB RAM. The device runs Android 4.2 Jelly Bean, and this is a Dual SIM device, supporting 3G data and calling.
The device has 3 flaps in bright colours, and those all come in the package for the user to change based on the theme. Under the cover, there is a 1800 mAh battery included. The phone has 4GB internal storage, and a MicroSD card slot for expansion up to 32GB. FM Radio is included as well, and the other connectivity options apart from 3G, are Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and GPS.
The company boasts about the Dual cameras, simply meaning two cameras on the device, as there is a 0.3-megapixel front-facing camera. Not a great device by overall specs, but the price of Rs. 4999 should keep some buyers interested, if they aren’t keen on getting the Infocus M2 with a better camera combination, or any other alternatives.