Micromax Canvas HD A116 is beautiful, awesome and great in Rs 13999
- Feb 22, 2013, 18:27 PM IST
The recently released Micromax Canvas HD A116, is beautiful and amazing device under Rs 13999.
This phone runs the Androidn4.1.1. Jelly Bean operating system on the 1.2 GHz quad-core processor supported by 1 GB of RAM. The phone under 14KJ is the best available in the market and that is apparent from the fact that the stock got wiped-off within a day of its arrival. The company has also stopped taking pre-orders of this phone now, but for the lovers pre-orders can be placed at Saholic today.
Since the phone is yet to reach the stores and our hands, we cannot gives a hands-on now. But, here we bring what others are saying about this product. This, we are sure will help you make a decision.
“The entire handset bears a striking resemblance to the HTC One X, so it scores high on aesthetics as well. The battery cover is easy to remove thanks to the soft plastic. The handset is quite comfortable even if you don’t have large hands and fits snugly in your pocket. You’ll want to be careful where you place your phone, though, as the protruding camera lens could get scratched easily. Overall, we really like what Micromax has achieved here; it is definitely a step above its previous offering” says the Tech2 review.
“Thanks to the HD resolution, pictures and videos look great on the phone. The IPS panel also creates a great viewing angle. Touch response of Micromax Canvas A116 is also great”, says a review by India TV. The camera is not great, but in the kind of budget this is decent enough. It is 8 megapixel one and is able to click decent images and record HD videos says this review.
ThinkDigit compared this phablet with the others in the Sub-15000 segment and found that “the Micromax A116 Canvas HD did outperform the competition and quite frankly, we were impressed with the results. For the price you pay, you are getting a great package in the form of the A116The Canvas HD runs on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, and comes with a refreshing 'upgradeable to Android 4.2' claim.”