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Micromax Canvas Xpress 4G: Android Lollipop, Quad Core Processor & 2GB RAM For Rs. 6,599

Question asked by Satya Swaroop Dash in #Electronics on Nov 18, 2015
Satya Swaroop Dash
Satya Swaroop Dash · Nov 18, 2015
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A year ago Micromax gave us the first Canvas Xpress Android smartphone and now it has launched the third iteration that is not only cheaper but also better than its predecessors. Just like all the smartphones in the Canvas Xpress range the Micromax Canvas Xpress 4G will be sold exclusively on Flipkart from today for Rs. 6,599. Unlike other online-only budget offerings this one won’t go on a flash sale and this means you can buy it without having it running out of stock in a few seconds on a Tuesday. So with the launch of nationwide Reliance Jio around the corner and other 4G operators spreading their ground should you be investing in this product. Read more to find out.

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Just like all other smartphones in this price bracket, Micromax Canvas Xpress 4G sticks with same 5-inch HD (1280 x 720 pixels) resolution IPS panel LCD display but forgot to cover it with any protective glass covering. Underneath the hood things get better with the presence of a MT6735P chipset from MediaTek that is reportedly a better performer than the slightly expensive Qualcomm Snapdragon Snapdragon 410 chipset that is a staple in many year old mid-range smartphones. On this SoC we find a 64-bit 1.3GHz ARM Cortex-A53 quad-core processor along with 2GB of LPDDR3 RAM and ARM Mali-T720 GPU entrusted with the task of running Android 5.1 (Lollipop).

As compared to its genesis, the Micromax Canvas Xpress 4G does come with slightly lower resolution cameras. We get an 8MP sensor with LED flash on the rear and a 2MP sensor on the front. It goes without saying that the Micromax Canvas Xpress 4G is a dual-SIM smartphone out of which only one is capable of handling LTE. You get 16 GB of onboard storage out of which 12GB is left vacant for the user because Micromax loads it with apps such as App Centre, Amazon Kindle, Scandid, Chaatz, Clean Master, Hike, M! Live and Quikr which might prove hard to uninstall. You get the usual suspects in connectivity options, navigation and sensors. Micromax has powered the Canvas Xpress 4G with a lower capacity 2000mAh battery which means it would struggle to last for a day’s usage. Instead of the usual Black or White the phone is being sold in a Blue colour variant. So is the smartphone worth your money? This time you be the judge.

Source: Micromax & Flipkart Posted in: #Electronics

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