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Micromax Canvas HD now available for Rs 13,990


Micromax Canvas HD now available for Rs 13,990

Micromax A116 Canvas HD, the successor to the out-selling Micromax Canvas A110, is now available online for the price of Rs 13,990. The smartphone is currently on sale on the company’s website.

The Canvas HD will be labelled under the ‘phablet’ category.

With the release of Canvas HD, Micromax also plans to launch 30 smartphones this year as a part of its robust strategy of increasing its smartphone inventory.

Specifications

Processor: MediaTek’s MT6589 1.2 GHz quad-core Cortex-A7

Display: 5.0-inch IPS LCD capacitive display; 1280×720 pixels, 294 ppi pixel density

OS: Android Jelly Bean 4.1.

Battery: 2000mAh battery

Camera: 8 MP rear camera, 2 MP front

Connectivity: 3G enabled, Wi-Fi, Dual SIM

Storage: 4GB internal with memory expandable up to 32GB; 1GB RAM



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