Both Micromax and Huawei have launched new handsets in the market for their Android user client base. Micromax’s Canvas Turbo and Huawei’s Honor 3X pack a heavy surprise under the hood. Both these phones are currently the finest performers in the android sector. Given below is a short comparison of the features and specifications of these two phones, to let the readers know which one is a better purchase.
Both Turbo and Honor 3X are very good phones in the market and users are confused about which set to buy. This article is aimed at helping them make the decision.
Huawei Honor 3X
Huawei Mobiles have started the Huawei Honor 3x double SIM handset. The 3x accompanies 5.5 inch screen inasmuch as the 3c is with a 5 inch screen. This handset may soon be accessible in the Indian market – value obscure. The Huawei Honor 3x games a 5.5 inch screen (IPS) supporting 1280x720p determination. It is controlled by Mt6592 octa-core chipset timed at 1.7 GHz. The Honor 3x runs on Android 4.2 with 2 GB RAM. Inside space is not known however outside card of up to 64 GB is underpinned.
There is 13mp Polaroid with LED blaze set on the back in addition to a 5mp front confronting Polaroid. Key characteristics are 3g, Wi-Fi, GPS and Bluetooth. Electric storage device is of 3000 mAH (Li-ion) battery strength. Huawei Honor 3x is accessible in China for approximately priced at $280 Dollars for Unlocked Version
Micromax Canvas Turbo A250
Canvas Turbo appears to be well assembled and feels incredible to hold. The aluminium skeleton feels solid and there isn’t any chrome to derail the style. The upper and base areas around the back are plastic for the radios to work and these tend to pop open from the sides when you drop the telephone from waist tallness. It’s most likely an exceptional thought to have a spread on constantly. The binds have a great material criticism yet the territory around the SIM spaces have an unrefined completion and don’t sit flush with the telephone.
Canvas Turbo uses Sharp’s Continuous Grain Silicon (CGS) innovation which empowers more level force utilization and more segments like the presentation controller and LCD interface to be combined into the board. The A250 is powered by Jellybean OS, however much as could be expected separated from an alternate symbol set and few of their own applications. The UI is smooth and not as laggy as any other phone present in the market.Micromax hasn’t changed much in the sound and motion picture office as it’s precisely the same as the Canvas 4. What we can truly enjoy is the volume level and nature of the loud speakers, which is quite great.
The A250 is a quad-band of GSM handset with single-band 3g. Double standby is an alternative for both of the micro-Sims too. Other connectivity alternatives are Bluetooth 4.0, Wi-Fi and DLNA. The 13mp snapper on the Turbo is great entertainer, actually when lighting conditions aren’t perfect. The Canvas Turbo neglected to finish our 8-hour circle test as it scarcely figured out how to complete 6-hour batter life