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Micromax Canvas 5 Review

In recent hours, the maker Micromax has officially launched its new smartphone belonging to the range Canvas. We are talking about the Micromax Canvas 5. The new device Canvas boasts its elegant aesthetics, metal housing and leatherette back, and is equipped with a touch screen panel with a diagonal of 5.2 inches, IPS technology, Full HD resolution, 2.5D curved glass and protective Corning Gorilla Glass 3.Over a couple of years after the launch of Canvas 4 smartphone, the smartphone maker Indian Micromax has launched the successor to the phone, called Canvas 5.

The smartphone is present with features of a mid-range device, and a good value for money. Micromax Canvas 5 is built around a 5.2-inch display with full HD resolution (1920 x 1080 pixels) and is powered by a MediaTek chipset MTK6753 processor octa-core to 1.3GHz, supported by 3GB RAM and 16GB of internal memory expandable. The battery is a 2900mAh unit.

As for the camera, Canvas 5 has in the back of a unit from 13 megapixel image sensor with Samsung 3M2 and frontally there is a sensor 5 megapixels. The phone has a thickness of 4.8 mm, side frame and metal supports connectivity as dual-SIM, 4G LTE, Wi-Fi, GPS, as well as Bluetooth.

The operating system is Android 5.1 Lollipop out-of-the-box, but the company promises an upgrade to marshmallows in the future. Among the customization software, the device camera offers the feature Picture in Picture that allows you to capture shots with the camera back and front, at the same time. There's also an alarm clock function that allows intelligent through gestures to launch applications directly from the screen locked.

Micromax launches Canvas 5 first in India priced at 11999 INR (about 150 euro) and is already on sale. We do not know whether the availability will be extended to other markets. If you ever take this new Micromax Canvas 5 would not be bad thing, given the good value for money with very interesting specifications for about 150 Euros you get smartphones with octa-core processor, 5.2-inch display, Android  Lollipop and Cameras 13 MP and 5 MP.

Continue the controversial competition to see who achieves the thinnest smartphone and the new Micromax Canvas Silver 5, with its 5.1 mm wins the title of law among all rivals with no protrusions. In fact, if you were ready to argue that I live 5X Max and Oppo R5 go below 5 mm, remember that considering the thickness of the camera is exceeded the fateful threshold.

Instead the Canvas Silver 5 no trick and no deception: in just 5.1 mm have an HD display AMOLED 4.8 ", Snapdragon 410, 2 GB of RAM 16GB of expandable memory, camera back 8 megapixel and 5-megapixel front. The battery is 2000mAh and weighs only 97 grams.

If for some reason bets extreme subtlety and want a device with Android 5.0, know that from July this smartphone will be on sale from $ 280 (about 250 €), but for now, console yourself with the photo below.

Finally, after so much effort into the production process by the diligent Chinese manufacturer Micromax, the new Micromax Canvas 5 was launched on the market. But knowing the curiosity and impatience of many fans of the emerging Chinese smartphone, we go straight to the point and show you the exquisite specifications of this device.

Micromax Canvas 5 will boast a display protected by Gorilla Glass 3, the size of 5.2 inches, which will show the image at a resolution of 1080 x 1920 pixels Full HD.

The processor that will find under the body will be a MediaTek MT6753 model : it consists of eight core Cortex A53 model that the frequency of 1.5 GHz, and the video card Mali T720; interesting is the presence of technology MediaTek CorePilot, which is able to run all eight processors at maximum power. The amount of RAM of the phone will amount to 3 GB, while the internal memory is 16GB, expandable via microSD, but only up to 64 GB.

The rear camera of the smartphone will have a resolution of 13 megapixels, while the front will have 5 megapixel ; The battery has a capacity of 2900 mAh . The price of Micromax Canvas 5 amounts to about $ 183, and it is a price that we define quite profitable for its portentous specifications.


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