Sanjaya Kanishka sent us a new phone design, claiming that the Micromax Canvas is a very popular handset in India. The newcomer, Micromax Canvas 3 is supposed to be an upgraded version of an older phone sold to the Indian public. Micromax is an Indian electronics manufacturer and they might as well expand into the future.
The A-120 aka Canvas 3 is a quad core smartphone with a Cortex A7 chip at 1.2 GHz. The CPU here is a Mediatek MT6589, that features extreme power saving, apparently. Other features include a Micromax Mobile AVEA Engine, that enhances both video and images delivered on the screen, plus audio output. Canvas 3 supports 720p capture at 30 fps with its camera and offers a 2600 mAh Li-Ion battery, good enough for 8 hours of talk or 400 hours of functioning time.
The Micromax Canvas 3 runs Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean, it measures 9.6 mm in thickness and packs a 6 inch IPS LCD 720p screen, as well as 1 GB of RAM and 8 GB of storage. The camera at the back is an 8 megapixel unit and we also get a 1.3 MP front camera, dedicated shutter key and microSD card, plus dual SIM slots. There’s even a price mentioned by Sanjaya Kanishka, 14,000 Indian rupees, so this is almost like a real product. The design is fairly basic and for some reason it reminds me of an Alcatel model.
[via Sanjaya Kanishka]