Micromax Canvas Nitro 4G Review


Speaking of the mid-range smartphone segment, today the user has many options. Micromax has also been a frequent presence in this segment through their phone. Micromax Canvas Nitro is the company’s fourth 4G phone, the Nitro series, and has been given the status of a budget-friendly 4G smartphone. On paper, the new Micromax smartphone looks very interesting and is competing with the Lava Iris X5 4G. In recent days, Micromax has launched several phones on the market and rated them according to user needs. It has also been tried. Has Micromax finally developed the budget 4G phone that everyone will like? Let’s know
Look and Design Canvas Nitro 4G is an attractive phone. The design is very simple, but nothing boring. Micromax has designed the phone with everyday use in mind. Its body is plastic but it doesn’t look cheap anywhere else. The volume control and power button are on the right side of the phone. The highlight on these buttons is a little less than what we liked. We believe users will get used to it. The headphone jack is at the top of the device and the speaker grille and micro-USB port at the bottom.
The back cover can be removed. It uses OnePlus One’s unique sandstone texture. Because of this, the headset becomes easy to grip and won’t slip. By the way, adjusting the back cover to the device is a bit tricky. The back has nothing but a 13-megapixel camera and dual-LED flash. The 5-inch HD IPS display comes with Gorilla Glass 3 protection from Corning. The brightness level is good and the readability of sunlight is also good. However, color reproduction is not accurate. Viewing angles are better due to the IPS panel.
With the Micromax Canvas Nitro 4G smartphone, you’ll also get a charger, data cable, earphones, and screen protector. The Qualcomm Snapdragon 415 1.4 GHz chipset is available in the specification and software. The Adreno 405 GPU works to infuse graphics. It has 2 GB of RAM and 16 GB of built-in storage. In addition to microSD card compatibility, other features such as Wi-Fi B / G / N, Bluetooth 4.0, FM radio and USB OTG are also present. Canvas Nitro 4G will power a 2500 mAh battery.
On this device, Micromax has decided to use the standard version of Android Lollipop 5.0.2. It will appeal to those who want a full Android operating system experience. There was no problem playing games and using apps in PerformanceFone. Due to the Snapdragon 415 processor, the speed of the device is good and with the help of 2GB of RAM, there is no problem in multitasking either. The interface is very smooth and the animation never slows down the phone. The good news is that both Canvas Nitro 4G SIM slots support the LTE band used in India. We found out that this phone heated up quickly during regular use compared to other phones running on the Octa-core MediaTek chipset. Incidentally, this shortage does not reach a terrifying level.
The video player easily played our 1080 pixel resolution test video. The sound coming from the speaker is very clear and its level is also good. The headset that came with the phone surprised us with its performance. The device obtained decent scores on the benchmark test. We had no trouble playing games like Rayman: Jungle Run and Angry Birds.
The 13-megapixel rear camera takes good photos of the landscape. The macro shots look good on the phone screen, but the close-up shows that the area that was not in focus is very grainy and blurred. The video recording output was also good.
The 5 megapixel front camera offers good performance in terms of selfie. With this, you also have the option of various scene modes. Dual LED flash units are fully effective in low light. Overall, the camera app is well designed and works well, but the lack of detail and average quality in the foreground disappointed us. The 2500 mAh battery lasted 8 hours 42 in the video loop test. Given a screen resolution of 720 pixels, it is slightly lower. During normal use, the phone battery lasted for about a day.
Our Micromax Nitro 4G verdict, priced at Rs 10,750, is a good overall product. The design, build quality, stock Android Lollipop, glossy screen Gorilla Glass 3 protection, and LTE support on both SIMs make this device worth buying. On the other hand, the quality of the camera is not good and the battery life disappoints. At the moment, it is also unclear if the Android 5.0.2 operating system present in the Canvas Nitro 4G will be updated. Micromax is generally known for using the latest version of Android on their latest smartphone.
Our suggestion would be to invest a little more money and buy a Motorola Moto G (Gen 3) that is waterproof and will also be updated from time to time, or you can also invest in Xiaomi Mi 4i, which has a more powerful processor and a better screen. .


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