Micromax Canvas Spark the Cheapest phone with Android 5.0
Micromax is the one who launched cheapest phone competing Lava and Lenovo featuring Android Lollipop for Rs 4,999 only. All new phone ‘Micromax Canvas Spark’ is to hit the market by 29th April. This smartphone is going to be available with limited stock, so registration has started already. This phone is going to be available in two colors: Golden white and Grey-Silver. Micromax has equipped this OS with the minimum custom interface and relied largely on Material Design with Android edge. Still some changes should be point out in this new cheap one. So let’s see this one be the phone first-time buyers must consider.
Micromax has tried its level best in bringing this premium looking phone at this price. On rear matter curves gently attached to the 8.5mm thick phone, making the phone hold comfortably. Moreover, Canvas Spark weighs only 134gm that is the overall weight of the phone. A gold trim runs around its edges, is plastic made with a metallic coating for adding sheen look. You might have seen same in Micromax Canvas Gold A300. Micromax Canvas Spark is much slimmer and lighter than other similar smartphones available in the market today.
A smooth canvas is the ultimate word when we look it at its display. There is a 4.7 inch screen from front and center. On it you can find, front camera, earpiece and ambient light sensor. The screen size is enough for reading and to view videos clearly. Text will appear crisp and easily readable with a nice view from all angles. Brightness is not that much for compensating with nature, reflection on the screen, which can be the problem you notices going out. Micromax has included capacitive buttons with touch sensitive for easy navigation that you can see below the screen. But those keys for navigation are not integrated with the on-screen interface; they are just touch-sensitive ones. They have got a thin lining around without backlit; it is not clear properly.
The power and volume buttons are on its right edge. Speaker holes you can find on the rear part bottom. The camera module is on rear slightly out of the main body that can get scratched or wobble by placing on a flat surface. Micromax thick metallic logo is slightly down on the camera. When the rear cover is removed, slots for the SIM card and a micro SD card can be seen, no battery.
Micromax Canvas Spark sports 4 1.3Hz core processors that is integrated with Mali 400 graphics. The phone has inbuilt 1GB RAM and an internal storage of 8GB. This storage space can be expanded up to 32GB with micro SD card. The prime camera is about 8-megapixel that can be used for taking images and shooting videos with 720p, front side 2-megapixel camera is there. Dual SIM cards can be used which easily connects to 3G network too. The other network connections available are WiFi a/b/g/n and 4.0 Bluetooth. Canvas Spark is loaded with 2000mAh battery power giving a talk time of almost 7hrs and 335hrs standby time.