Micromax Canvas 4 review

By Daniel Chubb - Jul 10, 2013

The marketing machine hyped up Micromax Canvas 4 so much over the last few weeks that it would be almost impossible to deliver on expectations, but today we have a Micromax Canvas 4 review taking a close-up look at the A210 within a video.

Initially, we heard the Micromax Canvas 4 could be a copy of a Chinese phone called “Blu Life One” aka L120. The leaks and expected Micromax Canvas 4 specification made this seem an almost impossibility, but now that we have seen the full specs it now looks like the Canvas 4 is almost on par with Blu Life One.


We are sure a lot of our readers will agree with the Blu Life One similarities now the full Micromax Canvas 4 specification has been revealed, and after looking at the amount of people asking for refunds of their pre-booking deposit, it is clear a lot of people are not happy. Did you pre-book the Micromax Canvas 4 and if so, did you cancel your order?


Does the Micromax Canvas 4? Take a look at the video review and then share a comment. In our opinion, the Canvas 4 is impressive but thanks to so much hype it fails to deliver the full 1080p HD display, 2GB of expected RAM and a battery worthy of the price point. It is a shame they didn’t try that little bit harder that we’re sure some people would have paid a little more for.


The image above shows how bendy the Micromax Canvas 4 back cover is and this is something our readers with certain Samsung smartphones will be familiar with.

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  • Vijay

    Micromax was taking success of Cavas-4 as granted but now they should learn a lesson from failure of this phone.Mi should focus on their initial target of providing quality products at cheap price to the consumer and not try to make huge money. Failure of Canvas-4 for sure will reduce market value of Micromax.