Thursday, 6 March 2014

In Picture: Micromax Launched Octa-Core Canvas Knight A350 with Full HD Display, 16MP Camera & 2GB Ram For Rs 20,000

Micromas Canvas Knight 350 Launch is the Answer For SamsungGalaxy S5, as we are Saying this Because After Samsung Launch Its Galaxy S5 16GB in India For About Rs 45,500. Soon Its Launch Micromax Comes up with Canvas Knight and its Spects can make any Sub Rs 20,000 device to eat the Dust. Technically There are Some Simalirity Between Galaxy S5 And Micromax Canvas Night. Lets Check It Out…..

Before That Let us Tell You That It Will Not Justify Comparing Two Megatron with each other, Nor we are Doing It. Now Lets gets To the Work , Micromax has retained the 5-inch display size seen in the Turbo as well as the full HD 1920 x 1080 resolution, with a pixel count that goes all the way up to 443 ppi. Moreover, it’s the full HD CGS (Continuous Grain Silicon) IPS display built by SHARP, just like its predecessor. This means, we can expect crisp and clear images.

The official site doesn’t mention the weight or dimensions, but it appears to be pretty slim. In terms of design, it doesn’t follow the Turbo, instead looks like an iPhone. The Canvas Knight gets a brushed metal styling with champagne gold bezels while the rear panel comes with a glass finish. The device is available in three colours – black, white and gold and black and gold.

The Canvas Knight is first smartphone from Micromax to feature an octa-core processor.  It is powered by a MediaTek MT6592T SoC, that clocks in at 2GHz. It also includes an ARM Mali-450 GPU and 2GB of RAM.  The Canvas Knight joins the Gionee Elife E7 Mini, Intex Aqua Octa and the iBerry Auxus Nuclea N2, which also sport octa-core chipsets. Of the 32GB storage, 1.5GB is allocated for apps and 25GB is the available user space. There is no external card support – micro SD card slot is missing.

On the camera front, the Knight comes with major improvement. It gets 16-megapxiel sensor on the rear side with support for auto-focus and flash and here it equals to Galaxy S5. The rear shooter is paired with OmniVision’s CameraChip sensor and a new generation M8 Largan Lens, allowing 1080p video recording at 30 frames per second. Users can also control the camera with their voice and the OmniVision CameraChip sensors also enable HD burst mode. But Still its Not Enough as Samsung Introduce World Fastest Auto Focus Feature About 0.03 Sec, Which Make Canvas Night “Pani Kaam”

                 The device also gets an 8-megapixel front-facing camera. The company has included its quirky-named “Camerazzi” camera app that adds several features such as 360 Degree Panorama, Cinemagraph and Object Eraser.

While the hardware appears to be brilliant, the Canvas Knight is disappointing when it comes to the OS running on the device.  The Canvas Knight runs Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean, similar to its previous flagship Canvas Turbo. With the nifty specs the phone holds, it appears to be more than capable of running Android 4.4 KitKat.

The Micromax A350 comes with a 2350 mAh battery with standby time of up to 175 hours and talk time of up to 7.5 hours. Other features are 3G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth,  Yamaha Amplifier and GPS. The Canvas Knight won’t disappoint when it comes to sensors. It gets all the usual suspects such as accelerometer, light, gravity, gyroscope, proximity and compass. It will soon Available for Rs 20K which makes it stand with its competitor LG G Pro Lite, Galaxy Grand and  Gionee E7 Mini

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