Mitashi has launched the company’s latest smartphone – Mitashi Play Thunderbolt smartphone with Joystick and GameIn ThunderPRo gaming console in India at a price tag of Rs. 12,990 and Rs. 9,990 respectively. Both these devices will be available from Flipkart.
Commenting on the new launch, Adnan Chara, Vice President – Gaming, Toys & Telecom – Mitashi Edutainment Pvt. Ltd. said:
Mitashi has always pioneered innovative concepts and products fit for mass gaming consumption in the country. We’ve given Indians their first Cricket LCD Game, the first 8bit Cricket Game, the first Talking video game (Mitashi Banaye Crorepati), the first hand-held Portable 8 Bit gaming console and touch gaming console to the recently launched Thunderbolt series – India’s First Android Gaming Consoles! The GameIn ThunderPro Quad-core Console is an uncompromised quad-core gaming experience and its extension – the Play Thunderbolt is the world’s first smartphone with a joystick! The ergonomics of our Thunder series is sure to thrill all gaming enthusiasts who have never experienced anything like this before. It’s fair to say that ‘You ain’t gaming if you ain’t thundering!’ This is a game-changer, in every sense of the word.
On the specifications front, it features 5-inch HD screen and it is poweredby 1.2Ghz processor which is paired with 544 MHz PowerVR SGX 544 GPU & 1GB of RAM. There are no details about the OS yet and has 16GB in-built memory which can be expanded further up to 64GB via microSD card.
It has dual-SIM support and connectivity features like 3G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth.
It packs 4200mAh battery for hours of gaming. The smartphone has a metal body, dual speakers.
On the specifications front, the GameIn ThunderPro console powered by 1.6GHz quad-core processor which is paired with Mali 400 GPU & 1GB of RAM. It runs on Android and has 8GB in-built memory and is capable of playing 8/16/32 bit games. It It has Trigger buttons, Dual Joystick, OTG support along with Dual speakers and even has HDMI connectivity. It comes with a range of pre-loaded games from EA.