Micromax has launched the third smartphone in the Canvas Spark series today on Snapdeal and the smartphone is priced at Rs. 4999. The Micromax Canvas Spark 3 brings a lot of improvements in terms of specs when compared to the Micromax Canvas Spark 2, it offers a larger display, better camera, more storage , Ram and battery capacity.
The changes made by Micromax to the Canvas Spark 2 are quite significant and would create a lot of demand in the budget segment for the buyers. The smartphone will go on flash sale on Snapdeal starting April 7, 2016 and registrations for purchase for the device will start from April 1st.
The Micromax Canvas Spark 3 comes with HD display and 5.5 inch screen, there are very few smartphones below Rs. 5000 which come with 5.5 inch HD display. The pixel density on the touch screen is 267 PPI.
The display is protected by Corning’s Gorilla Glass 3, which is great considering it a very low cost device.
Design wise it looks basic with curved plastic edges, available in black color. The smartphone is made of poly-plastic and has a neat design with Micromax Logo at the back of the device. The Micromax Canvas Spark 3 comes with an 8 Mega Pixel Rear camera with Auto-focus and Led Flash.
The front camera is also bumped up by Micromax to a 5 MP shooter for taking selfies. The smartphone comes with 8 GB of Internal storage and also has an option to expand the storage using a micro-sd card upto 32 GB.
The Micromax Canvas Spark 3 comes with Android Lollipop 5.1 OS and has 1 GB of Ram. The smartphone is powered by 1.3 Ghz Unspecified Quad – Core processor, it may be the Mediatek 6580 M which was also used in the Micromax Canvas Spark 2.
One of the Cheapest 5.5 Inch HD Display Mobile.
The smartphone comes with 2500 mAH battery capacity which is sufficient to last at least till evening. Though the display of the device is larger it would have been better if Micromax would have used a 3000 mAH capacity battery in the device.
The Spark 3 comes with 1.5CC Box 2509 speakers to offer better sound quality when compared to it’s predecessor. The smartphone comes with 3G as well 2G connectivity but misses on the 4G LTE support.
Overall it is a good deal for Rs. 5000 with large display and decent camera specs, but again it will be available through flash sale and getting hands on the smartphones initially may be difficult.
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