Micromax A350: 5 Specs to Expect Based on Latest Leaks


    Micromax, India's second largest smartphone maker, is rumored to launch its flagship handset later this month. A lot has been said and written about Micromax Canvas 5 aka A350. After scoring big with the Canvas HD and Canvas 4, the domestic tech vendor is planning to bring a high-end beast at an affordable price.

    Although the Canvas Turbo A250 didn't fare well as per many trade analysts, despite that the makers behind Canvas Doodle 2 are willing to experiment. To catch up to the competition, Micromax may like to bring an 8-core ready phone under Rs. 20,000 price tag.


    Earlier in the day, GizBot informed you that Micromax's forthcoming handset dubbed A350 was spotted at AnTuTu benchmark site. The company hasn't announced the device yet, but it seems that the purported A350 is expected to be known by the name of Canvas 5.

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    The device is said to use MediaTek MT6592 chipset, featuring a 1.7GHz true Octa-Core processor. It's the same processor found inside recently launched Intex Aqua Octa and Gionee E7 Mini. Meanwhile, Twitter sensation @MMXNewscaster (via Techmobileguru) has once again appeared with a sizzling rumor. According to the notorious leakster, the Micromax A350 will come with a 5-inch FHD display.

    Moreover, the phone will also include a 16MP camera sensor on the back. Also, the phone will indeed have a 1.7GHz Octa-core processor, backed by 2GB RAM and Android 4.2 Jelly Bean out of the box. Further, it also appears that Tata DoCoMo will exclusively carry the device in India. The retail price of Micromax A350 is unknown; however, it shouldn't be priced beyond Rs. 21,000.

    Since the Micromax Canvas 5 aka A350 is expected to be announced anytime, let's have a deeper look at the internal specifications of the device based upon rumors.

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    After making the Canvas Turbo A250 official, the folks over at Micromax are back with yet another solid handset. This time around, the phone is expected to be more powerful and solid from inside. Talking about Micromax A350, this said phone is said to be company's most expensive phone in India. The purported phone is expected to have a responsive 5-inch IPS display having a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels. Aside from a 5-inch display, nothing can be said at this moment.


    We do not need to clarify how powerful MediaTek's latest true Octa-Core processor is compared to Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 processor. Micromax's yet to be launched A350 handset will be stuffed with a 1.7GHz 8-core processor, backed by 2GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage.


    Analysts have started saying that the Canvas 5 could come with a 16-MP imaging sensor at the back. We recently saw a 16MP camera sensor in the Gionee E, making the device one of the best rated Android ready camera phones in the world. Same can be expected from Micromax A350. More details will follow once the phone gets announced in the Indian market.


    Naturally, Micromax A350 is expected to run the latest Android software. The device may or may not come with the Android 4.4 Kitkat. The company is also expected to update at least 10 handsets under Canvas series to the latest Android OS.


    While the Canvas Turbo A250 had an excellent battery life, Micromax's next gen hardware would follow the same. We're expecting at least 2,880mAh battery to be fitted inside the Micromax A350.

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