Like the recently announced Ninja 3, the new Ninja 4 comes with a 1 GHz processor but a larger 4 inch screen.
Micromax seems to be in a launching spree. After announcing four new handsets recently that includes the A84, A90, A100 and A57, the Indian mobile phone manufacturer has now unveiled a new Android smartphone. Called as the Ninja 4.0 A87, the phone comes with a 4 inch screen.
Micromax Ninja 4.0 A87 is based on Android 2.3.5 operating system and runs on a 1 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor. However, the best part of this phone is its price which at around Rs 6,000 is unmatched by any other player.
However, users also have to say sacrifice some features like proximity sensor, which switches off the screen when placed near the ear while making a call.
The phone also gets a 1400 mAH battery with claimed talk-time of 5 hours. Ninja 4.0 A87 will be available in White, Black and Silver colour and is likely to hit the market today with Saholic.com being one of the seller.
Compared to Redmi 2, the Micromax Canvas Xpress 2 offers something extra almost in all departments except 4G.
The Micromax Canvas Xpress 2 comes with the older Android KitKat operating system but looks decent in other areas.
It has a new Messaging Service, which facilitates the users to translate and transliterate in the language they love with the patented 'Swipe' feature.
The new Micromax Canvas Selfie Lens smartphone comes with a Clip on 0.4X Wide Angle Lens that claims to capture wide angle images and videos.
At 5.1mm, Micromax says the Canvas Sliver 5 is the slimmest phone ever with no bumps.
Micromax Canvas Hue 2 A316 has 16 GB internal storage and a 5 inch HD display.
The Canvas Fire 3 has Android 4.4.2 KitKat operating system, a 1.3 GHz quad core processor, and a 4.5 inch display with qHD resolution.
The company also said that it will launch more 4G phones under other its series like Unite, Nitro, Fire etc.
The tablet offers an Intel quad core processor and is said to be upgradable to the Android Lollipop version.
Except internal memory, the new Micromax Canvas A1 AQ4502 has no other improvements over its predecessor.