Summary: Despite everything the Micromax Canvas 4 brings to the table, we expected more. Without the software and camera upgrades, the device is essentially the Canvas HD. It just doesn't justify the Rs. 18,000 price point. The good thing about the smartphone is that there is no reduction in performance when compared to its predecessor. The build is still above average.
Pros: Crisp display, Smooth multitasking, Added software features work well, Good camera
Cons: Build could have been better, Being the next gen quad-core, we wish the performance were better, Real Racing 3 still won't run
Pros: Micromax Canvas 4 is a great phone that comes with latest technical enhancements. It is a dual sim device runs on Android 4.2 Jelly Bean operating system, dual camera and powerful 1.2 GHz MediaTek processor.
Cons: The only reason that can hold one back is its battery power. For a powerful device like this, it should be more.
Summary: The recently released Canvas 4 became an eye-turner. At a price of 17600 INR, it boasts features of a 30k+ smartphone. Build Quality IPS Display Intelligent sensor usage Battery backup Rear camera Speakers Micromax has increased its fan base by offering high-end features at very affordable prices. It had been exceeding expectations and so now,more is expected from its newly released devices. Some say it is not a good phone after comparing it with their Xperia or Galaxy.
Summary: Introduction Canvas 4 is the new fully loaded flagship device launched by Micromax that has some really cool features. Since its launch in the Indian markets in early July this year, Canvas 4 has become the most popular Smartphone capable of providing a perfect balance between revolutionary technology and smart and sleek appearance.
Pros: Sturdy build , Impressive Camera , Massive internal storage , High performance , Fast processor , Responsive touch
Cons: Music quality lacks charm , Quite large , Buggy video player
Conclusion: made. The price tag of Rs 18,000 is a bit stiff, but if you're using the first or second generation Canvas phone, this is a worthy upgrade. However, if you own a Canvas 3, you better give this one a miss.
Pros: Sturdy build; Good Camera; Plenty of internal storage.
Cons: Disappointing music quality; Not ideal for single-handed usage; Buggy video player.
Summary: A s a company, Micromax has had a great run so far, and is the leading home-grown handset vendor in India in terms of market-share. While a lot of factors may have contributed to that success, the most important perhaps, is its large portfolio of offerings that not only boasts some unique features, but is also perceived to be very good value for money.
Summary: Micromax launched its first device in the Canvas back in August 2012 , calling it the Superfone Canvas A100 . The Micromax A110 Superfone Canvas 2 launched 3 months later in November. Micromax lost the Superfone tag soon after the second canvas device. The A116 Canvas HD , the company’s first smartphone with a HD display made a debut earlier this year. Micromax launched fourth device in the Canvas series is aptly named the Canvas 4 with a model number A210.
Pros: Good display, Good build quality, Fast performance, Full HD video recording is good
Cons: Auto focus in the camera is very slow, Average battery, Slightly on the expensive side, Brush aluminium on the sides makes the device slippery
Summary: Does the Micromax Canvas 4 justify Rs 4,500 premium on Canvas HD despite having the same display and processor. Micromax Canvas 4 A210 came after much hype, but initial response has been somewhat subdued because of the fact that while it is costing Rs 4,500 more than Canvas HD, both the phones come with the same processor and display.
Pros: Build quality, Performance, Battery life
Cons: Price, No real improvements over Canvas HD, Low light images not good