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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