Micromax is a well growing electronics manufacturer company in India. The company is famous for their low cost Android smartphones and tablets. Recently they have started making LED Smart TVs with their own trademark technologies like AVEA engine. People love the Micromax products as they can fulfill there telecommunication and multimedia needs with a less cost when compared to other brands in the market. Micromax A110, also known as Canvas 2 was the flagship device of the company. Canvas 2 was able to grab a good market share and still selling like hot potatoes. However when competing with the modern standards, i think Micromax needs to improve their hardware as well as software. The Canvas 3 Concept takes the “Canvas” Branding to the next level with high end+mid range features.
As you can see, from the front side,there are so many changes with improvements. Physical capacitive buttons are removed and replaced by software integrated buttons. This helps to reduce the height /length of the device and makes more compact in the hand. Ambient light sensor is next to the front facing camera,now no need to adjust the brightness manually when you go out side. Here are the most interesting and improved features of Canvas 3 over it’s previous sibling.
Powered by a Mediatek Quad Core processor, Canvas 3 is much faster and power saving device, thanks to the new Cortex-A7 architecture. This is one of the low cost quad core chips in the world. Next feature is the most interesting one. the “AVEA” engine. Similar to the Sony’s Bravia engine, it helps to enhance the image and music quality of the device. Micromax LED Smart TV’s features the AVEA engine and i imagined a mobile integration of it.
- Measure 143 x 76.5 x 9.6 mm
- 5″ IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen, 720×1280 Resolution , 294 ppi with Micromax AVEA Mobile engine & Corning Gorilla Glass 1
- 1.2 GHz Quad Core CPU (Cortex-A7), Mediatek MT 6589 Chipset, PowerVR SGX544
- 1GB RAM, 8GB internal memory ( 6 GB user available), Micro SD card support up to 32GB
- 8 Mega Pixel Camera, Dual LED flash, 720p Video recording@30fps, 1.3 MP front facing
- Camera with Dedicated shutter key
- GPRS, EDGE HSDPA, HSUPA, LTE, Bluetooth 4.0, Wi-Fi Hotspot, DLNA
- Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean
- Dual SIM, Ambient light sensor, Proximity sensor, Accelerometer, G-Sensor
- 2600mAh Li-ion battery
- Price – 14,000 Indian Rupees
Back side of the device has a rough pattern just like in canvas 2 and there are two speaker grills at the bottom.
Finally Canvas 3 will be a Good phone for everyone for their daily needs.
Concept by Sanjaya Kanishka