Micromax launches Canvas 3D for Rs. 9,999 01 May 2013, 15:34 IST
After the success and of course the delays of Canvas HD, Micromax has taken a step forward to introduce a phone with 3D screen in their Canvas series. Micromax Canvas 3D A115, name alike other Canvas phones, comes with a 5 inch 3D display and a 1 GHz dual core Mediatek Processor plus a 512 MB RAM.
The main highlight of this device is its 3D capability, the 3D content can be viewed without the use of glasses and it even supports the option to convert photos and videos to 3D. It runs on Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean, coupled with 1 GHz Medatek processor and 512 MB RAM. The screen comes with WVGA (800X480) resolution which is quite common in budget phablets.
It has internal memory of 4 GB which is expandable upto 32 GB, it has a 5 MP AF back camera with LED flash and a VGA front facing camera. It runs on 2000 mAh battery which is supposed to give 4.5 hrs of talktime. Canvas 3D comes with 3G, Bluetooth 4.0, Wi-Fi, GPS support and comes preloded with 3D content. It will be made available in first week of May at a price of Rs. 9,999.
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