Micromax Ties-Up with Mediatek, Announced Canvas Fire 4G with MT6735 Chipset

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    In an attempt to expand the 4G LTE smartphone market, SoC maker Mediatek has collaborated with the tenth largest smartphone vendor Micromax today. During this event, the Mediatek also announced the availability of Helios chipsets.

    Micromax Ties-Up with Mediatek, Announced Canvas Fire 4G

    With this, Micromax becomes the first company to launch smartphone with new Helios X10. This chipset is a 64 bit MediaTek MT6735 quad core processor.

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    On the other hand, the handset maker has announced its new device featuring the Helios chipset dubbed as Canvas Fire 4G.

    Micromax Canvas Fire 4G - Key Specifications

    Micromax Canvas Fire 4G, comes packed with 4.5-inch display, 1 GHz Quad-Core processor, 1GB RAM, 8GB ROM, 5MP/2MP camera package, Android 5.1 Lollipop, 4G LTE connectivity.

    But we dont have any information about the pricing and availability of this device, as we are expecting more details in the upcoming days.

    Micromax Ties-Up with Mediatek, Announced Canvas Fire 4G

    "We have always endeavored to offer products based on certain needs of the consumer. Moving forward, we will lead the 4G adoption in the country by converting all our popular value Canvas series to 4G. Canvas Fire 4G is the first in a series of such launches," said Vineet Taneja , chief executive officer, Micromax Informatics.

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    "India is at the cusp of digital revolution and at Micromax Informatics we have been putting in concerted efforts to bring the best in class 4G LTE smartphones to take Internet usage to an unprecedented level. Today's partnership exemplifies the same endeavor and we are delighted to partner with MediaTek for its Helio Family" said Vineet Taneja.


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