This big and powerful 5 inch display based Android smartphone from Micromax surprises with its price of Rs 9,990 as well.
The Micromax Superfone range of smartphones has always been the ultimate underdog. They come loaded with features but are affordable.
Extending this line up, Micromax has announced the launch of two new Superfone handsets, namely Superfone Pixel A90 and the Superfone Canvas A100.
Both he the devices offer Android Ice Cream Sandwich goodness along with decent set of features and hardware that will work just fine with most tasks without pinching the pocket.
During the unveiling at an event in Delhi on Friday, we got a chance to get our hands on the Micromax Canvas A100. The Canvas offers the biggest possible screen size ever launched by Micromax till date for a very pocket friendly price tag of Rs 9,990.
So here have a look at the first hand experience of the Micromax Canvas A100 smartphone.
In all likelihood, Micromax Bolt A066 is going to be a cheaper version of Bolt A065.
The Micromax Canvas Hue has decent features including a huge 3000 mAh battery and quad core processor.
This chiseled metallic body clad budget smartphone offers decent features but nothing that would make it distinguishable in the crowded handset market.
OnePlus One devices, which also run on Cyanogen operating system, sold in India will not receive OTA updates from Cyanogen in because of the company's exclusive partnership with Micromax.
Micromax Canvas Nitro A311 which is an upgraded version of Nitro A310
Micromax will offer mobile recharge coupons to consumers willing to watch video ads on the new Canvas MAd A94 smartphone.
The phone is said to have a 4.5 inch screen and a quad core processor.
Micromax LapTab supports both Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean OS and Windows 8.
Perhaps this will be Micromax's answer to Intex's Aqua Octa.
All the Canvas series phones of Micromax are said to get the update.