The handset looks like replicas of each other but Aqua i7 has an upper hand with few added features.
Micromax has recently announced its latest flagship smartphone, called as the Micromax Canvas Turbo, for Rs 19,999. For about the same price you could also buy the Intex Aqua i7, which was launched earlier in September this year for Rs 21,900.
We have already reviewed the Aqua i7 (to read the same, click here here) which you can also refer for more information.
Design & Display:
Both the smartphones have a 5 inch display with full HD resolution. Also both of them have IPS displays for wide angle viewing and good colour reproduction.
Here too the Intex Aqua i7 has an upper hand with its 32 GB internal memory while the Micromax Canvas Turbo has only 16 GB ROM of which 12.47 GB is available for users to store their content.
Neither Aqua i7 nor the Turbo has expandable storage slot. However, both of them come with 2 GB RAM.
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