Canvas Nitro: Micromax’s Promising Product

If you are looking for a quality phone at an affordable price, then you don’t have to think more as Micromax has brought its Canvas Nitro to relief you from your worries.

With a rear profile similar to Samsung galaxy note 3 and with a faux stitched leather finishing, it feels heavier than other options available at the same price range. Meditek made octa-core MT6592 processor (operates at 1.7GHz) and an integrated GPU runs this model. It has 2 GB RAM and 8 GB internal storage space (expandable up to 32GB) and is available in 2 versions white and dark blue. This Wi-fi and Bluetooth enabled device also has a powerful 2500mAh battery with a video loop time of 16 hours and 9 minutes. The 5” display with a screen resolution of 720p provides a wide viewing angle. The Quick look. The clean master app, M! Games and M! Live apps are also there for various facilities. With a 13 MP rear camera and 5 MP front camera help to focus and shoot very fast. Smooth transition, lag free, multi-function, crystal clear sound, good call quality are its features that users will enjoy. The benchmark numbers also put it just after the Xiaomi Mi 3.

Except the camera part, this device fulfills all the aspects of smartphone and gives a handy use at a price of just Rs 12,990 which proves to be a great bargain. However, many options are available at this range and some may be better. But if you look for exceptional battery life, then it will be the best choice.



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