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Micromax A115
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Micromax A115

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Overall 9
9.0

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Naaptol
3 February 2014
  • Excerpt: Micromax has been quite successful with their ?Canvas? range of large sized display, sleek designs and affordably priced, Android Smartphones. They enter again with Micromax A115 Canvas 3D with a tag of affordable pricing, Android Jelly bean technology and Dual-SIM support.
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gogi.in
1 December 2013
  • Conclusion: The main USP is the 3D effects. It does look good for some time but may not be comfortable for many users. You need to maintain a proper distance and angle. If you are really keen and want that 3D option then go for it otherwise look out for some other options, you can get a quad core for the price.
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Overall 5
5.0

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NDTV Gadgets
13 June 2013
  • Summary: Micromax is following Samsung's footsteps in milking its flagship brand, Canvas series, adding new handsets across price segments with differentiated features. The Canvas 3D is one such effort. The company aims to lure users by offering a 3D smartphone at a never heard before price point.
  • Pros: Good, Above average performance, Decent build, Good, Good screen, Decent performance, Excellent value for money
  • Cons: Bad, 3D is more of a gimmick, Low resolution display with poor viewing angles, Bad, Plasticky feel, Power button is recessed, Sub-par camera
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techpp.com
23 May 2013
  • Summary: A h, the third dimension! It’s been conquered in cinema theaters and on television screens, and encroached the smartphone arena a while ago. And while the technology has its naysayers, it’s here to stay, at least on the big screen.
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Techmagnifier
16 May 2013
  • Summary: • Fast processor • Latest Android version • 3D mode included • Impressive design • Low RAM • Average battery life • Low screen brightness strains eyes in 3D mode • Occasional lags The latest to create buzz in the market is Micromax Canvas 3D A115 , a new addition to the much hyped series from the...
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themobileindian.com
15 May 2013
  • Summary: 3D but sadly with a lot of strain for naked eyes. The Micromax Canvas range of Android smartphones has been immensely popular and successful. It can also be said that Micromax has to some extent fueled the 5 inch device size category among low cost devices.
  • Pros: Looks, Features, Price, Performance, Glassless 3D playback
  • Cons: Average battery life, Strain on the eyes in 3D mode
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