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Best Price: Rs.6,895

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Key Features

  • Android v4.0.4 (Ice Cream Sandwich)
  • Performance



  • Display


  • Camera

  • Battery

  • 2 GB + 32 GB Expandable
  • Available
  • Dual SIMMini
  • FM Radio

Buy For

  • Dual-SIM
  • Nice Display
  • Good Processor

Beware Of

  • No Front Camera

An Affordable Dual-SIM Smartphone

Micromax A89 Ninja has been complemented with a 4-inch WVGA TFT Capacitive Touchscreen display that bears a display resolution of 480x800 pixels. This device from Micromax runs on Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) Operating System.

Micromax has powered the A89 Ninja smartphone with a 1GHZ MediaTek MT6577 Dual-Core Processor accompanied by 512MB of RAM. The Dual-SIM smartphone features a 3-megapixel Rear Camera out of the box. It comes with an onboard Storage capacity of 2GB which can be further expanded externally up to 32GB via Micro SD Card.

On the Connectivity front Micromax A89 Ninja smartphone includes 3G, Bluetooth, A-GPS, Wi-Fi, USB and orientation sensor as its features. It packs with itself a 1,450 mAh Battery.

Verdict

Micromax A89 Ninja offers a Dual-SIM support that works as the USP for the device. The gorgeous display accompanied by a processor that is one of the best in the segment making the device a good buy for those who are looking for a budget friendly smartphone.

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Micromax Ninja A89 Specifications

General

Brand Micromax
Model A89 Ninja
Operating System Android v4.0.4 (Ice Cream Sandwich)
SIM Slot(s)
Dual SIM, GSM+GSM
SIM Size SIM1: Mini
Network 3G: Available, 2G: Available

Design

Size Compare
Dimensions 116 (H) x 60.5 (W) x 13.2 (T) mm
Poor
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13.2 mm
Average in group
9 mm
Best in this group
5.1 mm
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Based on specs, benchmarks & expert ratings
Weight 97 grams
Excellent
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97 grams
Average in group
142 grams
Best in this group
84 grams
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Colours

Display

Average
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45%
Average in group
65%
Best in this group
85%
Group: 6 - 8 K Phones
Based on specs, benchmarks & expert ratings
Screen Size
4 inches (10.16 cm)
Screen Resolution
480 x 800 pixels
Pixel Density
233 ppi
Average
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233 ppi
Average in group
267 ppi
Best in this group
441 ppi
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Based on specs, benchmarks & expert ratings
Display Type
LCD
Touch Screen Capacitive Touchscreen, Multi-touch
Screen to Body Ratio
64.89 %

Performance

Poor
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23%
Average in group
47%
Best in this group
76%
Group: 6 - 8 K Phones
Based on specs, benchmarks & expert ratings
Chipset MediaTek MT6577
Processor
Dual core, 1 GHz, Cortex A9
Poor
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Dual core, 1 GHz, Cortex A9, Chipset: MediaTek MT6577
Average in group
Quad core, 1.1 GHz, Cortex A7, Chipset: Qualcomm MSM8909 Snapdragon 210
Best in this group
Octa core, 1.7 GHz, Cortex A53, Chipset: Mediatek MT6752
Group: 6 - 8 K Phones
Based on specs, benchmarks & expert ratings
Graphics
PowerVR SGX 531 Ultra
RAM
512 MB
Below Average
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512 MB
Average in group
1 GB
Best in this group
3 GB
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Storage

Average
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50%
Average in group
87%
Best in this group
98%
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Internal Memory
2 GB
Poor
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2 GB
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8 GB
Best in this group
32 GB
Group: 6 - 8 K Phones
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Expandable Memory
Up to 32 GB

Camera

Poor
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19%
Average in group
64%
Best in this group
88%
Group: 6 - 8 K Phones
Based on specs, benchmarks & expert ratings

Main Camera

Resolution
3 MP Primary Camera
Below Average
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3 MP
Average in group
8 MP
Best in this group
13.00 MP
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Based on specs, benchmarks & expert ratings
Flash
Image Resolution 2048 x 1536 Pixels
Camera Features
Digital Zoom

Battery

Poor
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14%
Average in group
61%
Best in this group
99%
Group: 6 - 8 K Phones
Based on specs, benchmarks & expert ratings
Capacity
1450 mAh
Type Li-ion
Talktime
Up to 4 Hours(2G)
Standby Time
Up to 170 Hours(2G)

Network & Connectivity

SIM Size SIM1: Mini
Network Support
3G, 2G
SIM 1
3G Bands:
UMTS 2100 MHz

2G Bands:
GSM 1800 / 900 MHz

GPRS:
Available

EDGE:
Available

SIM 2
2G Bands:
GSM 1800 / 900 MHz

Wi-Fi Wi-Fi 802.11
Bluetooth
v2.1
GPS
USB Connectivity
USB 2.0, microUSB 2.0

Multimedia

FM Radio
Loudspeaker
Audio Jack 3.5 mm

Special Features

Other Sensors Accelerometer

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2 Expert Reviews for Micromax Ninja A89

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  • Micromax A89 Ninja review
    Anupam Saxena
    ★★★★★
    ★★★★★
    21 Mar 2013 | ndtv

    Build/DesignOn first look, the phone doesn`t evoke any emotion. It more or less follows the same design language that we`ve seen in other budget Android phones from Micromax. It has rounded corners, a chrome frame and a plastic back cover. The glossy back features a 3-megapixel-camera lens surrounded by a chrome ring, towards the top and a speaker grill near the bottom. The back also sports Micromax branding. The power/screen lock key sits on the...

  • Micromax A89 Ninja
    Steve Harvath
    ★★★★★
    ★★★★★
    06 Mar 2013 | digitaltrends

    Running Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) OS, the Micromax A89 Ninja is a slab smartphone, modeling a TFT LCD touchscreen display with 480 x 800 pixel native resolution, a 1 GHz dual-core MediaTek processor and a 1450 mAh battery. Additional features include 512RAM, GPS, 2GB internal storage, a microSD media slot (up to 32GB expansion), a 3-megapixel rear-facing camera, as well as microUSB, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 2.1 connectivity options....

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303 User Reviews for Micromax Ninja A89

Overall User Rating (4.2 Out of 5 based on 694 ratings)

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Most Helpful User Reviews
  • Best budget phone...
    Jagan Kumar Barik
    Best budget phone...
    ★★★★★
    ★★★★★
    10 Feb 2013
    Reviewed On: flipkart.com

    Overall: This is one of the best products that mmx has released better than any of its other sets for this price range...the previous best was mmx aisha a52...nIt is loaded with all premium features of a smartphone in the range of 15-20k..nI purchased this on 4th february for Rs 5900 from a local store,3 days after it was released...nThough i was a bit confused b/w mmx a89,xolo a500 and lava irisn400..but finally made a call on this set... and till now i have no regrets at all after a week's usage..nnHere is my complete review:nnPros:n1. Dual core processor (very fast n no lags at all) & android ICSn2. 512 (472) MB RAM out of which around 230 is used by processes and around 240 remains free out of the boxn3. 3.9" very smooth capacitive touch screen with great resolution (800*480) .looks like an IPS displayn4. Great Loudspeaker with very good clarityn5. 2.1 GB internal storage memory and 503 MB for appsn6. Ambient light sensor,g-sensor,proximity sensor all work fine but magnetic field sensors does't workn7. Plays 720p videos smoothly..it even plays MKV formats (get MX player for better experience)n8. Quadrant (2879) ,neenamark 2 (27.4 fps) and antutu (7214) benchmarks scores are also v.good (my set)n9. Built quality is also v.good,looks premiumn10. All general games and some HD games run smoothly like temple run 2,need for speed most wanted,dead trigger,six guns etc..n11. Comes with a screen guard.n12. Call quality,signal strength all are good.n13. Other general feature like 3G,wifi hotspot,gps all work finen14. Lastly the price...Just excellent pricing by mmx...nnCons:n1. Worst headphones as always by mmx..no bass..better get sony or philips headsets..since my samsung headphones were not compatible with this handset..n2. Could have been better if it had provided a secondary camera though 3MP FF camera works ok..and video rec. is also ok.n3. Battery back up in normal usage lasts for around 12hrs but under heavy usage like gaming,net,videos and music discharges in 6-8hrs.It also heats up under heavy usage but it is very comman in smartphones..not much of a concern..n4. Preloaded with a junk of mmx apps which eats up some space and ramn5. Basic 2-point multitouch unlike mmx aisha a52 which had 5-point multitouchnnCoclusion:nWell,it is beyond doubt the best budget phone in the market at present.njust one word "AWESOME"

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  • Worth each and every penny of it
    Karthikeyan Ganesh
    Worth each and every penny of it
    ★★★★★
    ★★★★★
    26 Mar 2013
    Reviewed On: flipkart.com

    Overall: Before buying this phone, i was too a bit hesitant to buy this. Spent nearly 1 month on checking and reviewing specs and reviews of the phone. And with out any further delays went ahead and bought this phone on march 25th 2013 from Univercell since in flippy it was completely out of stock for more than 3 days. nnI'm gonna be completely honest on my review now. I'm also gonna split the reviews as well into different parts. So please bear with me for this long review. And do remember im a very choosy buyer of phones and i dont miss a single thing when it comes to buying.nnBUILD : The build quality of the phone is pretty sturdy and well built. The back panel is nplastic and it dosent feel cheap at all. nnBattery : Now i have read in many reviews that the battery is its biggest weak point. Frankly it dosent perform all that bad at all. I have used Wildfire S.. that had the most worst battery back up in my opinion and this is a smart phone and not a feature phone to provide u huge chunks of backup so considering the price range and the usage its pretty good. SO STOP COMPLAINING.nnHeating : Heating is something pretty common in all the smartphone when the cores are stressed out. Now before buying this phone i have read plenty of reviews on this problem.nThe main problem for heating is that the phone somehow is not using the second core ... so when all the stress is handled by one core, heating is more. Now there is a way to enable the second core. I used an app called "MTK6577_governor_switcher_v11". Now to check if this works i first played Real Racing 3 and i found the phone heating a bit. But it wasn't that hot. So i downloaded this app and switched the mode from Hybrid to OnDemand that way both the cores work. Now i tried playing Real Racing 3, heating significantly reduced a lot, but i would say it dosent heat up, only that its a lot better than the previous state. nnTouch and screen quality : TFT screen and a capacitive touch works how it should. It is really smooth and responsive. Though the only problem is it is a bit hard to touch really small icons. Apart from that its really neat. nnGames : All games run pretty smooth in this device. No lags or tear in screen just perfect. The only game that was too heavy was Real Racing 3, had to turn of the volume since it was lagging from the visuals and it was a bit choppy. But the gameplay was good no lags while racing. Overall it can run a lot of games that the other phones under 10k range and 15 k range cant. nnApps : So far all the apps that i have downloaded works flawlessly. So no problem in that as wellnnLight and sensors : Now the phone has a couple of good sensors that all really work good. The only problem is that the bottom three touch keys dont illuminate. So at dark it would be a bit difficult to find the home, back and options buttons. Other than that everything works fine.nnWifi and browsing : One word AWESOME. Now i have a 16MBps connection and the speeds are awesome though the only drawback is, say ur wifi is in one room and u just move to the next room which is close as well the signal reception drops down to 2 points :( but apart from the the data transfer is pretty fast. Browsing is also fast and no hiccups.nOverall if you have a fst connection then it shouldnt bother u at all .nnCamera : Nothing to say since its a FFC and the quality is pretty bad. But it is compensated by the other features it can offer :) nnnOverall for Rs.6,490 this phone offers an awesome spec and features that the rest of the smartphones fail to offer in the 10 to 15k i would say even the 20k range phones. So if u want to buy an budget android phone dont hesitate to buy this :) nnHope this helps you guys :) nnEDIT : So its been 5-6 days now ... and im gonna leave the feedback of the phone. nnSo still no problem ... Though noticed heating in phone near the camera, which is cause the charging port is near the camera and also while surfing the net or playing games try not to cover the back panel. That is one reason why heating is more ... and dont install unnecessary apps like themes and shit ... it just makes it worse. For battery backup use only JUICE DEFENDER and task killer if you want one use Advanced App killer it works good. And also if ur not using wifi switch it off to get maximum battery life. And while playing high end games like Real racing 3 and etc pls switch off wifi ... nnNoted : Played Real Racing 3 for half n hour straight ... battery was in 69% after playing it came to 60% with no wifi .. so hence proved data transfer sucks battery too much ... nnThanks Rahul Chakravorty :) for appreciating my review :) nnHow to use the MTK governor switch :) just install and select the profile nnhttp://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2186957

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