MWC 2015 going on full swing with flagships after flagships being launched. But looks like in our homeland Micromax is exactly doing the same thing, which launching mobile after mobile. In its long lineup of smartphones Micromax has added another new member dubbed as Canvas Fire 4. As we already know that Micromax has gained the top spot in terms of mobile manufacturer in India, so Micromax is busy solidifying its position targeting every price segment. This time again Micromax has launched a budget smartphone targeting the budget audience. So lets find out what is the fuss all about.
Micromax has launched this smartphone with tag line “CAN AMPLIFY SOUND” at a price of Rs. 6,999. Speaking of which it is an entry level mobile running Android Lollipop 5.0 out of the box. Canvas Fire 4 features a 4.5 inch FWVGA display with a screen resolution of 854 x 480 pixels. The IPS display is protected by Gorilla Glass 3, that means you can use the mobile without screen guard without worrying for occasional nicks and scratches.
The affordable smartphone packs in a 1.3 GHz quad core processor coupled with 1 GB or Ram. So it will offer flawless multitasking and normal gaming. It offers 8 GB built-in memory with expandable memory slot up to 32 GB which we have seen in this price bracket many times earlier. The phone features 8 MP rear snapper and 2 Mp snapper at the front for video calling and selfies.
The phone draws power from 2000 mAh battery and flaunts two front facing speakers which is usually found in other Canvas Fire series. It comes pre-loaded with many useful apps. Priced at Rs. 6,999 this phone is just another budget smartphone in the already crowded category. Some smartphones out there in the same price bracket offers better specifications than this one. But Micromax can cash this one out based on the moderately successful Fire series.
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