Summary: The Canvas 3D A115 tries to be jack-of-all trades but ends up being a master of none. Everything about this handset feels half-baked and unpolished and for an asking price of Rs 9,999, feels very expensive. Today, you can buy Android phones with IPS displays and quad-core chipsets for this price. The 3D support is the only differentiating factor here but it’s honestly not worth it. Even if the price dips further, we wouldn’t recommend the Canvas 3D.
Summary: It is difficult to recommend the Micromax A115 Canvas 3D at its price, especially since there are better performing smartphones available, and its 3D performance isn't stellar. If a gimmicky 3D performance is what you are looking for, then the Canvas 3D is the device for you. But remember, you have better overall performing smartphones in the same price bracket. If a powerful Android device is your weapon of choice, we suggest you take a look at the Xolo Q700 as well.
Pros: Runs games easily, 3D YouTube content shows depth perception
Cons: Lacklustre display, Native video playback is poor, 3D content requires you to sit in one position and not move