Summary: The look and build of the Micromax Canvas 2 A110 is very good. The power under the hood is good to run all the apps. In its raw performance, there are better performing devices available out there but to the everyday users, you will not notice the difference. It also comes preloaded with its own app store in addition to the Google Play store. The preloaded theme may be too vibrant for some but that can be changed with ease.
Pros: Good battery life, Dual-core processor, Very good build and form factor, MStore in addition to the Google Play store
Summary: Micromax has priced the Superfone Canvas 2 at Rs 9,990, which is the same price as the first Canvas. However, in order to achieve this, they’ve seem to have compromised a bit too much on performance. The type of panel used is quite poor, the dual-core CPU doesn’t seem to be put to good use as the UI is very laggy and the phone cannot handle video beyond 720p. Crucial features like an ambient light sensor and quad-band functionality also seem to be missing.
Excerpt: Micromax A110 SuperFone Canvas 2 is the latest entry from the house of Micromax with 1GHz dual-core processor and Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) operating system. This phone is introduced as the successor to the A100 Superfone Canvas phablet with enhanced specifications including the camera, screen and processor.
Summary: Micromax the fast emerging smartphone making company has come so far from their first Android handset to the Canvas series. They totally changed the budget smartphone race when they introduced the Micromax Canvas A110. It was for such a low price and it had everything one could have hoped from. Then started their climb up the hill and new range of Canvas phones just kept on floating.
Summary: Introduction Micromax A110 Canvas 2 was launched in November 2012, as an upgraded version of the A100, the first budget big screen Android phone. The device provides a wide range of in-built features and applications, integral to all major Smartphone brands. This new handset from Micromax comes with prowesses that makes it take stand against the other brand’s flagship models.
Conclusion: The Micromax A 110 is certainly the best phone in this price range and segment from a domestic manufacturer. It offers long list of in-built features/applications that exist in all latest Android phones. The big 5 inch screen size with IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen display type is amazing and offers great display. The powerful MediaTek processor gives hassle free browsing experience.
Pros: Micromax A 110 is a good phone in Dual sim functionality and its Android 4.0 operating system is great.
Cons: Its screen resolution and display can be a reason to avoid. It lacks with a dedicated camera key as well.
Summary: The Micromax Canvas 2 or the A110 is its newest entrant in the ultra competitive budget smartphone segment. One of the first budget smartphones to ship with a 5inch screen, it brings a fairly fast 1Ghz processor and Android 4.0. Can it compete with some of the more established smartphones of this category ? Read on to find out. Hardware The Micromax A110 Canvas 2 measures 147 x 76.5 x 9.7 mm and weighs in at just 168 grams. The front has a large 5 inch WVGA screen.
Summary: The phone comes with very attractive specification and at a price point that is irresistible. Micromax's products always break the norm in terms of specifications at a given price point. However, many of its products do not perform as they promise on paper. And this means that there is always a question mark in consumer's mind about whether they should buy the product or not. So in that sense this review is important.
Pros: Large screen with good viewing angle, Good battery life, Decent performance for it price
Cons: Quality not that great, Screen resolution could have been better, Camera performance is much below the rated capacity
Summary: It looks like Micromax seems all set to rule the Indian market with its latest mobile phones. The latest release from the Indian based manufacturer is Micromax Superfone Canvas 2 A110 smartphone. Bigger and Better than A100, this phone is sure to lure a large number of tech-freaks with its awesome built and amazing features.
Pros: Rich multimedia technology , Comes with refined and evolved user interface , Enhanced application and power management , Fast processor , Screen colors reproduction is good
Cons: No Gorilla Glass Protection , Few lags , Camera lacks auto focus , Pathetic earphones , Does not have ambient light sensor