Micromax Canvas Blade 4G with Snapdragon 210 spotted on the official website

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After quite sometime it seems that Micromax will finally launch another device under the Blade series. The new member to the existing family is the Micromax Blade 4G which was spotted on the company website today.

Micromax Canvas Blade 4G with Snapdragon 210 spotted on the website

Sporting a Qualcomm Snapdragon 210 (MSM8909) SoC with four cores clocked at 1.1GHz each, the Micromax Blade 4G looks like a decent budget device from the OEM.

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For multitasking the Blade 4G comes with 1GB of RAM, while there is 8GB of internal storage. Option for memory expansion is also available via MicroSD card upto to 32GB. The display up front is 4.5 inch panel with a resolution of 854x480 pixels.

The optics department of the Micromax Blade 4G is handled by a 5MP Autofocus rear and a 2MP fixed focus front camera. Considering the budget specs, the Blade has a modest 2000mAh battery on the inside. The device runs on the latest Android Lollipop 5.1 with the First Touch Launcher on top. The launcher comes with 10 Indian languages built-in and a bunch of other nifty features.

Micromax Canvas Blade 4G with Snapdragon 210 spotted on the website

Just like every Micromax device, the Blade 4G comes packed with a number of applications including M!Live Hotstar, App center, Amazon shopping, Skype, Clean master, Newshunt, Quikr and Chaatz. In terms of sensor, the device boast of a standard set of Gravity, Proximity and Light sensor. There's also Bluetooth, WiFi and 4G LTE support.

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Micromax hasn't come up with a pricing of this device yet. Expect the device to hit the market soon with a sub Rs 5,000 price tag.

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