A next-gen phablet for the youth
MTV Volt justifies its pricing with the bouquet of features it has got and is expected to give a tough competition to the A30 smartphone from Karbonn as well as the Byond Phablet PIII, as both of them sport a 6-inch touchscreen display and arrive with a similar price tag. However, the newly arrived phablet from MTV features a Jelly bean OS, outpacing its competitors that run on an Ice Cream Sandwich OS.
Overall User Rating (3.6 Out of 5 based on 143 ratings)
Overall: I was looking for a good android based phone with the functionality of a tablet so that I do not have to buy both. So far I was using the traditional querty phones and wanted to made a move to androids. I read a few reviews and unboxing reviews of these products and ordered this phone with fingers crossed !nnI must say - if you do not mind carrying a diary along with you in your hand - go for this product and its not going to let you down. Its obviously big but that was the intent.nnIts been 2 days that I have been using it and its a marvel of smartness packaged into a device at an acceptable price point (samsung's are way too costly in this catagory). Touch is good , screen is sharp (unlike micromax), build quality is awesome and its loaded with apps. Camera could have been a bit better but the rare one is acceptable. nnI would strongly recommend this phone if you are not too locked to samsung and need features at 1/3 of the price point.