Micromax, one of the renowned Indian company has launched its new model “Canvas HD a116” into the giant world of Smartphone. The newly introduced phone covers lot of features which makes it one of the best Smartphone available in the markets. A quad-core processor, a 720p display and an 8-megapixel camera is something people dream about. It also looks like Samsung Galaxy S III, minus the home-button, as Micromax opts for a three capacitive key layout, which works perfectly.
Canvas HD scores heavily also in terms of its hardware spec. it comes equipped with a large 5-inch 720p IPS display, a quad-core MediaTek Soc, which is clocked at 1.2GHz, 1GB of RAM, 4GB of internal memory, a mciroSD cardslot, dual-SIM capabilities and a 2,000 mAh battery. The Canvas HD comes loaded with Android 4.1 jelly Bean, which is relatively new. The Canvas HD maintains a clean Android ‘Holo’ UI, which is a delight to use save for a feature tweaked icons that look quite cartoonish and a few Micromax apps like the Hook Up messenger, the M!Store, M!Zone+ and M!Live. Overall the experience is pretty stock and slick.
The phone’s battery lasts around 12.5 hours in normal usage that includes its screen at medium brightness, some video, casual gaming, around three hours of phone calls, email and web browsing. Turn on wi-fi, and you can expect a drop to around 11 hours – overall, a middling battery performance. According to Network Solution ( P ) Ltd, the official distributor of Micromax mobiles in Nepal, Canvas A116 HD will be available in the Nepali market in about a week, and it will cost around Rs 24,000.