The phone disappeared from the market sometime back but it is now available again in the market for its original price.
Micromax Canvas 2, which had earlier disappeared from the market, is now available again that too for Rs 10,499.
Canvas 2 is one of the most popular phones of Micromax. Such was its demand that its price rose from Rs 9999 to Rs 10,500 and later to even around Rs 12,000. Infact, most online retailers are still selling it for Rs 11,500 or more.
The dual SIM handset comes with Android ICS operating system but as we reported earlier, Micromax has released the Jelly Bean update for the phone. It has a dual core 1 GHz processor, 5 inch screen, 8 megapixel rear camera, VGA front camera, 2000 mAh battery, 2 GB internal memory and 32 GB of external memory slot. You can also read its review on The Mobile Indian.
Though the phone was once popular in India but in recent times many other smartphones have been launched in the market as well which looks even better. For instance, there is Xolo Q800, Karbonn Titanium S5, UMI X2 etc which are priced around Rs 12,000and comes with quad core processors and 1 GB RAM.
Micromax Canvas Juice 4G has a huge 4000 mAh battery.
Micromax has joined hands with TranServ to roll out the mobile wallet service in India.
Just yesterday, Micromax's Canvas Amaze was made available at Rs 7,999
Micromax Canvas Amaze has the Android Lollipop operating system and a quad core processor.
Its predecessor, the Blaze 4G, has almost the same specifications except a bigger 2000 mAh battery and a 5 MP rear camera.
The Canvas Mega is available from a third party retail website for Rs 8,099.
A teaser issued by Micromax says "Pride, Performance, Power", indicating towards a powerful smartphone.
Micromax has launched Bolt S302 at Rs 3,199, Bolt D303 at Rs 3,199, Bolt Q331 at Rs 4,999 and Bolt Q338 at Rs 6499.
If you are planning to buy a Micromax handset, then you should check out this.
It is available for purchase from Indiatimes Shopping at Rs 6,999.