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Micromax Canvas A250

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Micromax took everybody by suprise year when it started its first Canvas cell phone, which was basically a competitive phablet with a 5-inch show for Rs 10,000. Until then, the main phablet worth purchasing was the Samsung Galaxy Note, which was evaluated something like three times higher. What began as a trend, soon turned into the most amazing offering class of cell phones in the Rs 10,000-Rs 15,000 section. Encashing on the prevalence of the first Canvas unit, Micromax started just about few items, under a year it has made immense impact on the world market.

The most recent Canvas cell phone, the Canvas A250 Turbo, pushes the cover a touch further, being the Indian cell phone seller’s first cell phone with a full-HD 1080p showcase. Micromax is so certain of the Canvas Turbo A250, they have roped in Hugh Jackman as its brand ambassador, the first Indian brand to rope in Hollywood star. Obviously, that might prove to be useful to associate with crowds abroad as Micromax leaves on its extension arrangements beginning with Eastern Europe. The Canvas Turbo A250 Review shall help you decide weather it is phone that meets your needs

Micromax Canvas A250 Turbo Review

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The telephone accompanies a Mediatek quad-core 6589t A7 Cortex chipset timing at 1.5 GHz and coupled with 2 GB of RAM and Powervr Sgx544 GPU. There is no microsd card opening, which implies that clients will depend on its 16 GB of interior memory space, out of which 13.5 GB is really accessible to utilize.

Powered by a Mediatek’s 6589t quad-core chip-set on the telephone guarantees a smooth execution for the vast majority of the capacities and we didn’t confront any issues with the touch interface either. Be that as it may, the telephone finished hang periodically, particularly while playing diversions and multitasking.

The 13-megapixel back Polaroid of the telephone is nothing superior to the one seen on the Canvas Doodle 2, which says everything in regards to its execution. Micromax does offer various shooting choices like HD recording, Panorama and 3d Panorama shots which were presented with the Canvas 4, grin and scene location and blast mode with up to 99 shots immediately, around others. In addition this, it has regular setting alternatives for white offset, introduction, shade impact and that’s only the tip of the iceberg. The back Polaroid can likewise record full HD films.

We did truly trust for the 13-megapixel back Polaroid to work superior to those seen on the past cell phones by the organization however that isn’t the situation. The Polaroid gives normal shots considerably under exceptional lighting conditions, overlook low light photography. In the vast majority of the photographs, the Polaroid neglects to catch real shades. The photographs look average on the telephone’s show yet are frustrating when seen on a greater presentation. The front 5-megapixel Polaroid is sufficient just for low quality selfies that won’t do you any equity.

The Micromax Turbo Canvas A250 runs on Android 4.2.1 Jelly Bean with an extremely negligible skin on top. It has the consistent five customizable home screens with alternative to include or uproot application alternate ways and widgets, and a notice bar on the top which conveys an easy route to settings and a symbol to clear all notifications.

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Gionee recently unveiled its latest flagship in the market, the Elife E6. This is an amazing device and fall in the line of devices like the Spice Pinnacle, the Intex Aqua i7, Micromax Turbo, Iberry Auxus Nuclea N1 and many others. So today we are pitching this device against the leader in the market in this category and that is the Micromax Canvas Turbo.

Gionee Vs Micromax

Design and Looks:
The design of the Gionee Elife E6 is quite aesthetic with a square shape and rounded edges so as to reduce the damages due to corner scratches and /or falling or hitting somewhere which is a good thing. It also has the 3 capacitive touch buttons up front for navigations purposes. The Canvas Turbo on the other hand has a curved design which makes the phone look almost like an oval due the heavy curves at the corners. This is actually a great design as it allows for greater handling grip. It also has the 3 capacitive touch buttons for navigation up front.

On the display section both the devices sport a 5” IPS LCD Capacitive Full HD display with resolution on 1920×1080 @ 441 ppi. So in terms of display both the devices are pretty evenly matched up and are together against each other head on.

This is where the Canvas Turbo scores ahead of the Gionee. The Elife E6 and the Turbo both have 1.5 GHz Quad core processors, but the Turbo has a Cortex A-7 processor coupled with a PowerVR SGX544 GPU to handle all the graphics operations of the device which on the Elife is handled by the processor itself which means greater load on the processor and hence slower processing and operations being performed.

Operating System:
Both the devices run on the Android 4.2 JellyBean so there is not much to compare here. But the Canvas Turbo comes with some small tweaks in the OS like custom apps, wallpapers, etc. which Micromax provides to make their phones unique in the market just the way Samsung, HTC and others put in custom UIs. Nothing yet is known about the Elife E6, but the Canvas Turbo is in for a 4.3 JellyBean upgrade and also maybe the 4.4 KitKat upgrade in the coming future.

Storage capacity and Main memory:
Both the devices come with 2 GB of RAM which is great but none of them come with expandable memory card slots, which totally sucks. We are all fans of expandable and portable memory that we can carry around and easily swap from device to device. But nevertheless both the devices some packing. The Elife E6 comes with 32 GB on inbuilt storage which is great whereas the Canvas Turbo comes with only 16 GB of internal space. Guess this is come cost saving technique by Micromax, but we are really not a big fan of this.

On the camera front, both the devices do not disappoint as they both have a 13 MP shooter at the back which is more than capable of shooting some great snaps as well as 1080p Full HD videos at 30 fps. Also both the devices have 5 MP shooters on the front as well for HD video calling and great selfies as well. Check these out girls!

Both devices are pretty feature packed. Gionee is not that great feature packed as compared to Canvas Turbo. It runs Android so if you want anything, you can just download the app and you are done. On the other hand the Canvas Turbo comes with some great in-built features like blow to unlock, smart scroll, smart stay which is similar to the Samsung Galaxy S4 and were also present in the previous flagship the Canvas 4.

As for the battery, both devices are quite packing, but the Canvas Turbo has a 2100 mAh battery compared to the 2020 mAh on the Gionee Elife E6. The difference is not much, but we can always use the extra hour of battery life. So the Canvas Turbo scored ahead of the Elife E6 here.

So all in all we checked out both the phones by pitching them against each other and the results are not at all surprising. Both the phones are pretty evenly matched but still on the basis of the under the hood specs, the battery and the features that come with the phone, the Canvas Turbo is the better phone among both the devices. The Gionee Elife is not a bad phone too and if you are looking for a device with a greater memory so in that case you can go for this phone. Let us know by commenting below what you feel about it and which phone will you prefer among the two.