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Micromax Canvas 4 specification leads to refunds

The official Micromax Canvas 4 specification finally landed today during a live launch and on the companies Facebook page, but it did so with massive disappointment. The fears of those that pre-ordered became a reality when Micromax revealed the Canvas 4 specs with some shortfalls.

It seemed strange at first that you could place a pre-order for the Micromax Canvas 4 without knowing the full price or specs, but it later became clear that anyone pre-booking would be able to receive a refund if they weren’t happy on the launch day.

Today is the launch date for Micromax Canvas 4 and the final specification has been revealed. The price is Rs. 17,999 and there was no shock here considering the expectations and hype created before launch.

Micromax Canvas 4 disappointment – the Canvas 4 specs are a different story and the majority of people feedback we’ve seen shows some real disappointment. The biggest worry would be for Micromax to launch Canvas 4 without a full HD display, only 1GB of memory and an unimpressive battery.

You can see the full Micromax Canvas 4 specs on this page, which clearly show a tiny 2,000-mAH battery, 1280×720 IPS screen and not the 1080P full HD most people wanted. Even more disappointing is the 1GB of RAM that should have been 2GB as previously expected.

Micromax Canvas 4 refunds — we had a look on the official Facebook page and in comments seen in forums and on popular blogs. The feedback we have seen is clear, and a large number of people have started to ask for refunds.

We don’t know what the official refund percentage is, and this might never be made available, but comments along the lines of “I have canceled my order are common”. It is also worth pointing out that a number of people state they haven’t received confirmation of cancelation after asking for a refund of their pre-order payment.

Did you pre-book the Micromax Canvas 4, and if so has the final specification made you ask for a refund?

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Written by Daniel Chubb

Daniel is the CEO of Dansway Communications LTD and founder of; a top blog dedicated to breaking tech news, hands-on reviews and delivers real solutions to everyday consumer electronics hang-ups.

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