The exotically and grandiloquently named Micromax Canvas Spark 4G has been launched- exclusively online via Snapdeal that is. So, head there if you need its particular charms. It is a successor and a much better one at that to the previous Micromax Canvas Spark 3 smartphone. And it so readily shows off the doggedness and ferocious dedication of Micromax to its ceaseless commitment to making 4G LTE services readily and cheaply available to the masses who need them most.
From the website specifications, it features a “tiny” 5-inch 854 x 480 IPS display with an unspecified Corning Gorilla Glass protection, and a plastic front body with metal back cover for improved grip and durability. Processing power is a rated quad-core 1.3 GHZ processor mated to a miserly but still usable 1 GB of RAM. 8 GB of internal storage is available, easily expandable to 32 GB via an SD card.
On the camera front, it features a 5 MP back shooter with LED flash and a 2 MP front selfie-maker. The OS is the standard Android 6.0 Marshmallow, with connectivity options including 4G LTE with dual sim connectivity and an unlimited Reliance Jio Welcome offer which enables you to enjoy plenty delicious goodies like 4 GB of free data daily and a range of delightfully free services such as free TV streaming, movies on demand and a music service all valid till December 31. Wifi, Bluetooth, GPS and a Micro-USB port are all there should you need them. The device battery is a 2000 mAh toddler capable of some hours of use.
It equally comes in Gold and White flavors, with even more color options rumored to be further added on the official launch day.
Price is a reported Rs. 4,999, with availability starting from 10th November. You can always pre-order your device online right now though and get yourself a cheap but still eminently usable and decently loaded device.