After starting at a very small level in the Indian market in 2008, the company is now now ranked among the top three mobile phone vendors in Indian in terms of volume. Global Handset Vendor Market share report from Strategy Analytics declared the company to the 12th largest handset manufacturer of the world.
Recently the company announced that it has sold more than one million units under Canvas series of devices. Let us take a look at the top five handsets manufactured by Micromax.
1. Micromax A116 Canvas HD
Micromax A116 Canvas HD is the best proposition offered by Micromax in the market. The Canvas HD has a 5-inch IPS screen that offers a resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels, a 294ppi of pixel density, and a colour depth of 16.7 million. As a result, the text, icons and images look much sharper compared to the Canvas 2. The Canvas HD is powered by the MediaTek MT6589 quad-core SoC. This is made up of four ARM Cortex-A7 CPUs running at 1.2GHz and a PowerVR SGX 544MP GPU. The phone sports an 8 megapixel rear camera with LED flash, and a 2 megapixel front camera. The rear camera captures quality snaps in both outdoor and indoor lighting conditions.
In terms of photography, the device offers you features like autofocus, night mode and burst mode that help you take better, clearer pictures. Canvas is also capable of recording high definition videos at thirty frames per second.
The phone has 1GB of RAM which is pretty good for multitasking. The device is good for launching apps, switching between the apps, playing games with high graphics and scrolling webpages. The phone has 4GB of internal storage, of which around 2.75GB is user-accessible. Its memory is expandable up to 32GB using a microSD card. The phone runs Android 4.2.1 (Jelly Bean) with Micromax tweaked some elements to enhance the end-user experience. Connectivity options include GPRS, EDGE, 3G and Wi-Fi which can be used to tether the device apart from the USB as well. The phone packs a 2000 mAh battery.
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