Karbonn Titanium S7 now listed on Flipkart for pre-order

The Karbonn Titanium S7, a direct competitor to the Micromax Canvas Turbo and Gionee Elife E6, has been listed on Flipkart for a tantalizing pre-order price of Rs. 14,999.

Karbonn Titanium S7 now listed on Flipkart for pre-order

Karbonn Titanium S7 now listed on Flipkart for pre-order

After the launch of Micromax’s first full-HD handset, the Canvas Turbo, now Karbonn has stepped into the ring with its own full-HD smartphone, dubbed the’ Titanium S7′, which is now available for pre-order at Flipkart for Rs.14,999.

The smartphone is the first full-HD 5-inch smartphone from Karbonn, and the most powerful in their current line-up. Under the hood, the Titanium S7 will be powered by a 1.5GHz quad core processor and runs on Google’s Android 4.2 Jelly Bean operating system. It sports 16GB of internal memory, as well as a microSD memory card for expansion.

It will also feature a 13 megapixel rear shooter along with a 2MP front camera for video calling. On the connectivity front, it will support 3G connectivity, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth support, and has a built-in GPS receiver.

Much like other Karbonn smartphones, this one also has support for dual-SIM(3G+2G GSM). To everyone’s surprise, the online retailer fails to mention the on-board RAM and battery capacity.

The Titanium S7 is going to be up against the likes of Micromax Canvas Turbo and Gionee Elife E6, considering the price bracket with the Canvas Turbo priced at Rs. 19,000 and Gionee’s E6 priced at Rs.22,000, unless the Titanium S7 disappoints us with only 1GB RAM (which is highly unlikely), the S7 is basically the exact same package for a lot less.

We have provide a small table below for a quick comparison of three smartphones mentioned above.

MODEL Titanium S7 Gionee E6 Canvas Turbo
Price on Flipkart (in Rs.) 14,999 20,999 18,750
Display 5 inch(1920X1080) 5 inch(1920×1080) 5 inch(1920×1080)
OS Android v4.2 Android v4.2 Android v4.2.1
Processor 1.5Ghz quad-core 1.5Ghz quad-core 1.5Ghz MediaTek quad-core
RAM no data available 2GB 2GB
Memory expandable upto 32 GB 16GB expandable upto 32GB
Camera 13MP rear, 2 MP front 13MP rear, 5MP front 13MP rear, 5MP front

For more details check the links below:

Flipkart : 123

 

Nokia’s cheapest camera phone launched

Nokia's Cheapest Camera Phone

Nokia’s Cheapest Camera Phone

Currently, Nokia 114 is the company’s cheapest camera mobile phone. It sells in India for Rs 2499.

Nokia has announced the launch of a new low cost mobile phone, Nokia 108. It has both single SIM and dual SIM variants.
The Nokia 108 single SIM is priced at $29 or Rs 1,800 approximately; thus it is likely to be priced at around Rs 2,200 in India – making it the cheapest camera phone of Nokia. The price of its dual SIM variant is likely to be around the same.

The Nokia 108 device features a 1.8 inch colour display and supports FM radio and MP3 playback. Along with that the Nokia 108 also features Bluetooth connectivity and Nokia’s very own Slam functionality. While using Slam, users can transfer data and images with other Slam capable devices by just a touch of the devices, somewhat similar to NFC. Along with that as its signature feature the Nokia 108 comes with a VGA camera at the back capable of capturing images in 640 x 48-0 pixel resolution, great for snappers who have a very little budget.The major advantages of the Nokia 108 is its battery back up – the single SIM variant provides 31 day standby time while the dual SIM version claims to have 28 day standby. The Nokia 108 also comes with 32 GB expandable storage slot (micro SD).The Nokia 108 carries simple yet functional Nokia design with its soft rounded corners and raised island keys, making it great to use. It will be available in red, white, black, yellow and cyan colours.

The new device will soon be making its way to the retail markets globally, including India but the final date of retail availability is not yet revealed by the company.

Nokia 114 with Urdu language support launched for Rs. 2,579

IT Minister Kapil Sibal on Thursday launched the Nokia 114 phone, featuring support for Urdu language. The Nokia 114 also features dual-SIM support, 32 GB expndable memory and VGA rear camera.

Nokia 114 with Urdu language support launched for Rs. 2,579

Nokia 114 with Urdu language support launched for Rs. 2,579

Nokia India has launched its Nokia 114 phone with Urdu language support. The handset offers dual-SIM support and is priced at Rs. 2,579.

The Nokia 114 comes with Easy swap technology that allows you to change SIM’s without switching off your mobile phone. It features a 1.8-inch QVGA colour LCD display, a 0.3MP rear camera and 32GB expandable storage via microSD card slot.

Nokia has preloaded the handset with popular apps like Facebook and Twitter. The phone supports Bluetooth for connectivity. Users can also download games and utility applications on this handset through the Nokia Store.

The Nokia 114 comes with a 1020mAh battery that is rated to deliver over 10 hours talk time and nearly a month’s standby. It also features cloud-accelerated Nokia Xpress browser that allows users to consumer up to 85 percent less data by compressing websites in cloud.

The handset was presented by film-maker Muzaffar Ali by Communications and IT Minister Kapil Sibal in the present of Nokia India managing director P. Balaji at an event in New Delhi.

IT Minister Kapil Sibal stated at the launch, “India today has one of the largest Urdu speaking populations in the world – over 15 crore. The proliferation of the language is deep-rooted in our culture. We would like to connect this language to Internet and mobile telephony like English.”

Commenting on the launch, P.Balaji, Managing Director, Nokia India, said, “Given the regional diversity of our country, ability to communicate in the regional language has come across as a key expectation amongst our consumers. We were the first mobile company to support content and user interface in 11 Indian languages in India. Introducing Urdu keymat in Nokia 114 is another such initiative to reach out to our consumer across the country.”

Nokia is the first company to offer regional content in 11 Indian languages including Hindi, Gujarati, Marathi, Oriya, Bengali, Punjabi, Tamil, Telugu, Assamese, Kannada and now Urdu via its in-house application Akshar in the Asha touch range of affordable smartphones.

Micromax Canvas Ego A113 with Android Jelly Bean and 4.7-inch display available on preorder for Rs 12,999

Micromax’s new Android handset, the Canvas Ego A113, has been spotted selling on preorders at an online store for Rs 12,999. Though Micromax has not yet officially launched the Canvas Ego A113, the company has lately preferred to launch smartphones on e-commerce portals. Recently the company had unveiled the Canvas Fun A74 and Canvas Doodle 2 in a similar way.

Features-wise, the Micromax Canvas Ego A113 is a dual-SIM compatible smartphone, which comes with a 4.7-inch display. The phone comes with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, packs in a 1.2GHz quad-core processor with 1GB of RAM, 4GB of internal storage expandable up to 32GB using microSD card and has an 8-megapixel rear camera with auto-focus and an LED flash, and a 2-megapixel front-facing camera. Other features include connectivity options Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, GPS, A-GPS and 3G support, sensors like gravity, proximity sensor, and a 2,000mAh battery with up to 5 hours of talk time.

At this price point, the phone will be facing tough competition from options like Xolo Play T1000 which packs in Nvidia Tegra 3 processor, a 4.7-inch 720p display and is now available for approximately Rs 13,500.

Samsung reveals 7-inch Galaxy Tab 3 Kids tablet, with Android 4.1

Samsung announces the colorful, Android 4.1-powered, 7-inch Galaxy Tab 3 tablet for kids, featuring a dual-core processor, apart from preloaded apps and content for children.

Samsung reveals 7-inch Galaxy Tab 3 Kids tablet, with Android 4.1

Samsung reveals 7-inch Galaxy Tab 3 Kids tablet, with Android 4.1

Electronics giant Samsung has launched a new 7-inch tablet, called the Galaxy Tab 3 Kids. The tablet is a bright and colourful variation of the Galaxy Tab 3 and comes preloaded with apps, parental controls and content for children.

The Galaxy Tab 3 Kids has a 7-inch display screen with 1024 x 600 pixels resolution. It has a dual-core 1.2GHz processor with 1GB of RAM and 8 GB of internal storage expandable via microSD card slot. The tablet has a 3 MP rear camera and a 1 MP front camera for video chatting. The Galaxy Tab 3 Kids does not support any network connectivity, but comes with Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n on the 2.4 and 5GHz bands. It runs on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean OS and features Samsung’s software customizations.

The Galaxy Tab Kids has a child-friendly grip that protects the tablet. Samsung has also added a C Pen with the tablet which is like the S Pen and lets children draw on the tablet’s screen without damaging it. The tablet will be launched with a number of different stand options that are comfortable for kids.

Samsung has added interesting features in the tablet including a time management feature that allows parents to set specific time periods during which the tablet can be used by their kids. It has a password-protected lock screen that can be unlocked by an adult to use the device. The tablet offers parental controls to select which apps they want their child to use through the Application Manager. Samsung has also preloaded the Galaxy Tab 3 kids with a number of education, gaming, and e-book reading apps and has added a new child-friendly app store on the tablet.

The Galaxy Tab 3 Kids will be launched in September in Korea, and later on in the U.S., Europe, South America, China, Africa and Southeast Asia. The pricing of the tablet has not been revealed yet.

Source: TNW

Best quad-core Android smartphones under Rs. 15,000 (August 2013)

Here are six Android smartphones worth considering for a budget of Rs. 15,000.

Best quad-core Android smartphones under Rs. 15,000 (August 2013)

It’s that time of the month again when we list out our recommendation of smartphones for a particular price. Since smartphones under Rs. 15,000 is considered a budget device, they bring a slew of impressive features but compromises on others. Here we list for you a series of smartphones that deliver a good package deal to the users.

We think the following six Android smartphones are your best options if price is your biggest concern. The smartphones have been listed in the ascending order of price. Take a look:

1. Zen Ultrafone HD

Price: Rs. 11,999

The Zen Ultrafone 701HD is a very good buy especially considering that it’s less expensive than both the Micromax Canvas HD and the XOLO Q1000, and provides equal, if not better, performance and specifications in almost all departments. The 5-inch 720p display is vibrant and good for consuming multimedia content. Thanks to the MediaTek SoC, the smartphone is a good performer and can run almost all the apps you throw at it from the Google Play store. The rear of the smartphone has a black matte finish making it look really classy. Put simply, for the price you pay, you get one good-looking smartphone.

Some other noteworthy specs that the Ultrafone 701HD include an 8MP rear camera and a 3.2MP front camera, 4GB of built-in storage expandable up to 32GB via a microSD card. A 2000mAh battery powers the entire package.

Read the full review of the Zen Ultrafone HD

2. Spice Stellar Pinnacle Pro

Price: Rs. 12,500

If you are looking for a smartphone with a good camera and good power under the hood (with some security features thrown into the mix) then the Spice Stellar Pinnacle Pro should be at the top of your list. It has a quad-core processor, which is great. It has the maximum built-in storage at 16GB when compared to the competition and the only downside to the device is the display resolution.

The preloaded slew of apps is actually worth it on this smartphone. The device also has a whopping 2550mAh battery powering it. In terms of other specifications, the smartphone has the MediaTek MT6589 chipset with a quad-core CPU and 1GB RAM. The rear has an 8MP shooter and the front has a 5MP camera, both of which perform well.

Read the full review of the Spice Stellar Pinnacle Pro Mi-535

3. Micromax A116 Canvas HD

Price: Rs. 13,449

The Micromax Canvas HD continues to remain one of the best budget smartphones available in the market. The smartphone is ideal for those that are on a tight budget and want a raw Android experience to install custom ROM’s on. The Canvas HD’s 5-inch IPS display is one of the best that you’ll find at this price. It also has a good battery life, courtesy the 2000mAh battery. The performance is good too due to the 1.2GHz quad-core processor. The Canvas HD also has an impressive 8MP camera. The build of the smartphone is good too. The Canvas HD is simply one of the best budget phones you can buy today.

The Micromax Canvas HD also boasts of dual-SIM capabilities, Android Jelly Bean OS and a 2MP front-facing camera. On the downside, it has a mere 1.77GB built-in storage expandable to 32GB using microSD cards.

Read the full review of the Micromax A116 Canvas HD

4. Videocon A55 HD

Price: Rs. 13,490

The Videocon A55HD falls in the category of your run-of-the-mill quad-core budget Android smartphone running on the MediaTek MT6589 SoC. What the smartphone brings to the table are good looks, decent build and a smooth touchscreen. On the downside the performance of the camera is average. The preloaded apps are nothing to boast about. Real Racing 3 didn’t run on the other MediaTek powered smartphones, but it surprisingly ran on the Videocon A55HD and that is impressive.

For its specifications, the smartphone runs on Android 4.2 Jelly Bean, 5-inch 720p IPS display, 4GB built-in storage expandable up to 32GB via a microSD card.

Read the full review of the Videocon A55HD

5. XOLO Q1000

Price: Rs. 14,999

The XOLO Q1000 is a good value for money smartphone. Its 5-inch IPS display is not only large but is also great for displaying all types of content and has really good viewing angles. The build, despite being made of plastic is sturdy. The XOLO is also very usable thanks to the fact that it opts for the raw Android 4.2 interface. If you’re in the market for a large-screened Android smartphone under Rs. 15,000, you won’t go wrong with the XOLO Q1000.

For its specifications, the XOLO Q1000 boasts of dual-SIM capabilities, a quad-core 1.2GHz processor, 8MP rear camera coupled with a 1.2MP front-facing camera, 2100mAh battery, 4GB of built-in storage expandable up to 32GB via a microSD card and 1GB of RAM.

Read the full review of the Xolo Q1000

6. XOLO Play T1000

Price: Rs. 14,999

If playing games on the go is an absolute requirement and you are looking for a smartphone around the Rs. 15,000 budget, then the XOLO Play T1000 is the go-to device for you. Its gaming performance is better than the MediaTek-powered smartphones available. This is the only smartphone on this list that isn’t powered by the MediaTek SoC. Rather, it is powered by the Nvidia Tegra 3 chipset. The device also comes preloaded with a bunch of power management apps to ensure the device gives you a good battery life. The overall performance of the smartphone is really good too. It has a simple yet sturdy design and a comfortable UI.

The XOLO Play has a 4.7-inch 720p display and is really well build. The rubberized back adds to the grip of the smartphone. It has 4GB built-in storage expandable up to 32GB via a microSD card. The rear has an 8MP camera and the front has a 2MP camera. A 2000mAh battery powers the package.

Read the full review of the Xolo Play T1000

Dual-SIM HTC One available online for Rs 46,495

Dual-SIM HTC One available online for Rs 46,495

New Delhi: While the dual-SIM version of the HTC One is still listed as “Coming Soon on the HTC India website, the phone has made its way to an online store. The dual-SIM HTC One is available on the e-commerce site Flipkart.com for Rs 46,495. Flipkart says, the dual-SIM HTC One, which is available in silver colour, will be delivered in 9-10 business days.

The dual-SIM version of the HTC One is similar to the original model. But unlike the original model, the dual SIM version has a microSD card slot to expand its memory. It supports a microSD card up to 64GB.

The phone has a 4.7-inch full HD display. The phone is powered by a 1.7 GHz quad-core processor coupled with 2GB RAM. It is packed with a 2300 mAh battery.

Key Features of HTC One (Dual SIM)

– Dual SIM:

SIM1:- Up to HSPA (900/2100 MHz) and up to EVDO REV. B (800 MHz)

SIM2:- Up to EDGE (900/1800/1900 MHz)

– UltraPixel Primary Camera

– 4.6-inch Full HD Capacitive Touchscreen

– Full HD Recording

– Android Jelly Bean OS

– Expandable Storage Capacity of 64 GB

– HTC UltraPixel Camera

– 2.1 MP Secondary Camera

– 1.7 GHz quad-core Processor

1080p HD quad-core Android smartphones under Rs. 20,000 in India (July 2013)

1080p HD quad-core Android smartphones under Rs. 20,000 in India (July 2013)

1080p HD quad-core Android smartphones under Rs. 20,000 in India (July 2013)

When the Micromax A116 Canvas HD was launched it was the dawn of the era where smartphones under Rs. 15,999 were given the ability to house a 720p display and showcase a quad-core processor.

We have seen a plethora of homogenous quad-core smartphoneshit stores in this realm in the past year and they have all tried to distinguish themselves on grounds of features since the hardware was nearly identical.

Now, we have started receiving information that budget smartphones are going to launch that boast of a quad-core processor and a full HD display.

This does sound like a dream come true and some of the devices on the horizon are listed in the table below.

From the table below it is clear that all these smartphones will be priced above the Rs. 15,000 price point making them a bit expensive for those on a budget. The only device whose specifications haven’t been officially revealed is the Karbonn Titanium S6. Apart from the S6, all the other smartphones will run on the MediaTek MT6589T chipset. The iberry Auxus Nuclea N1 and the Lemon A4 offer users a whopping 16GB built-in storage straight out of the box where as the Spice Mi-525 Pinnacle FHD offers 8GB and the WickedLeak Wammy Passion Z+ a mere 4GB.

Models
iberry Auxus Nuclea N1
WickedLeak Wammy Passion Z+
Karbonn Titanium S6
Spice Mi-525 Pinnacle FHD
Lemon A4
OS
Android 4.2
Android 4.2
Android 4.2
Android 4.2
Android 4.2
5-inch
5-inch
5-inch
5-inch
Display Type
IPS LCD
IPS LCD
NA
IPS LCD
IPS LCD
Display Resolution
1920×1080
1920×1080
1920×1080
1920×1080
1920×1080
Built-in storage
16 4GB
4GB
NA
8GB
16GB
Expandable storage
up to 32 64GB via a microSD card
up to 64GB via a microSD card
NA
up to 32GB via a microSD card
up to 64GB via a microSD card
Processor
1.5GHz quad-core
1.5GHz quad-core
Quad-core (Qualcomm chipset)
1.5GHz quad-core
1.2GHz quad-core
RAM
1GB
1GB
NA
1GB
1GB
Rear Camera
13MP
13MP
NA
8MP
13.1MP
Front Camera
8MP
2MP
NA
2MP
5MP
Dual-SIM
Yes
Yes
NA
Yes
Yes
Battery
2800mAh
2500mAh
NA
2100mAh
1850mAh
Price
Rs. 18,000
Rs. 15,990
Rs. 19,000 approx
Rs. 16,990
Rs. 17,999

Now, there are a few concerns that we have with these 1080p budget smartphones. To start with, the RAM on these devices is just 1GB. This seemed to get the job done on the 720p display smartphones but rendering nearly twice the number of pixels on a 5-inch display will require more memory. Hence we feel that 2GB of RAM would have been ideal to have a seamless experience on these smartphones. When you will run apps, especially games, on the smartphones, the rendering will require quite a bit of memory. We would like to test some of these smartphones to put our claim to the test.

Put it another way, a quad-core processor, 1GB of RAM and a 1080p display, all require quite a bit of juice. Here we think that the smartphones should have a minimum of 2500mAh battery to sustain a respectable amount of battery life. From the table above, only the iberry Auxus Nuclea N1 and the WickedLeak Wammy Passion Z+ fulfill this requirement. The Spice Mi-525 Pinnacle FHD and the Lemon A4 may not have the juice required to run through a day of average use. Battery life is a persisting problem in smartphones today and it will continue, but we hope these devices have the ability to run through one day of average use at least.

HP Slate 7 dual-core Android tablet to arrive in India soon: Reports

According to reports, HP is ready to launch the Slate 7 affordable tablet in India, a device that boasts of Android Jelly Bean 4.1 OS and a dual-core processor.

HP Slate 7 dual-core Android tablet to arrive in India soon: Reports

HP has released a host of devices in the past week including theSlatebook x2, Envy Rove20, Split x2Envy TouchSmart 14 andPavilion 11 TouchSmart. Now the company is also ready to launch itsSlate 7 tablet in the Indian market, according to reports.

Ketan Patel, Director Consumer Product Category, HP PPS India, stated that the 7-inch tablet, which has been launched worldwide, will be reaching the Indian audiences very soon. However, he didn’t reveal the exact launch date or the price of the tablet in India.

The HP 7 Slate has a 7-inch LCD capacitive touchscreen display with 600 x 1024 pixels display resolution. It has a High-aperture-ratio Field Fringe Switching (HFFS) display panel that HP claims offers wide viewing angles even outdoors in bright sunlight. It supports Wi-Fi, DLNA and Bluetooth v2.0 for connectivity. The tablet has a 3.15MP rear camera and a front-facing VGA camera for video chatting.

The tablet comes with 8GB internal memory expandable up to 32GB via MicroSD card slot and Beats Audio speakers. The tablet runs on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean OS, a dual-core ARM Cortex A9 processor and has a 3500 mAh battery that according to the company lasts up to 5 hours with continuous video playback.

Recently HP had slashed the price of the Slate 7 in the US to $140 which is approximately Rs 8,340 in India. The tablet competes with Google’s Nexus 7 and Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 211 as well as a plethora of other budget tablets in India.

Source: Tech2

Micromax Canvas 4: Benchmark and Camera Performance

Today, we have with us the recently launched Micromax Canvas 4. We give you a look at the benchmarks scores and the performance of the smartphone‘s camera.

Micromax Canvas 4: Benchmark and Camera Performance

Today, at the Digit Labs, we have with us the Micromax Canvas 4.

At the launch event, we had some time to take a look at the features and specifications the smartphone brings to the table, but we didn’t have the time or the resources to see how it performs in the benchmark tests.

If you are interested in going through the features of the smartphone, you can do so in our Canvas 4 first impressions.

The Canvas 4’s specifications remain close to its predecessor, theCanvas HD, and the new smartphone will see some serious competition from a wide range of quad-core smartphones in the Rs. 13,000 to Rs. 20,000 price range.

Here is a quick look at the specifications of these smartphones.

Models
Micromax Canvas HD
Micromax Canvas 4
Karbonn Titanium S9
iberry Auxus Nuclea N1
Xolo X1000
Xolo Play
Lava Iris 504Q
Xolo Q1000
Spice Stellar Pinnacle Pro
Zen Ultrafone HD
OS
Android 4.2
Android 4.2
Android 4.2
Android 4.2
Android 4.0
Android 4.1.1
Android 4.2
Android 4.2
Android 4.2
Android 4.2
5-inch
5.5-inch
5-inch
4.7-inch
4.7-inch
5-inch
5-inch
5.3-inch
5.3-inch
Display Type
IPS LCD
IPS LCD
IPS LCD
IPS LCD
TFT LCD
NA
IPS LCD
IPS LCD
IPS LCD
IPS LCD
Display Resolution
1280×720
1280×720
1280×720
1920×1080
1280×720
1280×720
1280×720
1280×720
960×540
1280×720
Built-in storage
4GB
16GB
16GB
16GB
8GB
4GB
4GB
4GB
16GB
4GB
Expandable storage
up to 32GB via a microSD card
up to 32GB via a microSD card
up to 32GB via a microSD card
up to 32GB via a microSD card
up to 32GB via a microSD card
up to 32GB via a microSD card
up to 32GB via a microSD card
up to 32GB via a microSD card
up to 32GB via a microSD card
up to 32GB via a microSD card
Processor
1.2GHz quad-core
1.2GHz quad-core
1.2GHz quad-core
1.5GHz quad-core
2GHz single-core with multi threading
1.5 GHz (4+1 core) NVIDIA Tegra 3
1.2GHz quad-core
1.2GHz quad-core
1.2GHz quad-core
1.2GHz quad-core
RAM
1GB
1GB
1GB
1GB
1GB
1GB
1GB
1GB
1GB
1GB
Rear Camera
8MP
13MP
13MP
13MP
8MP
8MP
8MP
8MP
8MP
8MP
Front Camera
2MP
5MP
5MP
8MP
1.3MP
2MP
2MP
1.2MP
5MP
3.2MP
Dual-SIM
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Battery
2000mAh
2000mAh
2600mAh
2800mAh
1900mAh
2000mAh
2000mAh
2100mAh
2550mAh
2000mAh
Price
Rs. 13,850
Rs. 17,999
Rs. 19,990
Rs. 18,000
Rs. 17,899
Rs. 15,999
Rs. 13,499
Rs. 14,999
Rs. 14,990
Rs.11,999

Coming to the performance of the Canvas 4, the smartphone booted up quite quickly and its interface feels quite smooth as well. The “blow to unlock” feature worked well, but we don’t see you using it too much. When the “blow to unlock” feature is enabled, you can’t use the traditional swipe to unlock feature on the smartphone. You will have to disable the blow feature to use the traditional unlocking method on the smartphone.

Since the hardware under the hood of the Canvas 4 is at par with a lot of the budget quad-core smartphones available in the market, we take a look at how it performs in the benchmark scores when compared to the likes of the Lava Iris 504Q, Xolo Q1000, Spice Stellar Pinnacle Pro, the A116 Canvas HD and the Zen UltraFone HD.

As you can see from the above benchmarks, the performance of the Canvas 4 isn’t groundbreaking when compared to what the competition has to offer. There are some benchmarks where the Canvas 4 has the highest scores, but the margin isn’t great. In other benchmarks it scores in the middle of what the competition has to offer.

Coming to the camera of the Canvas 4, we see it has a 13MP rear shooter. We are happy to say that the performance of the camera on the Canvas 4 is really good. Put simply, it scores a 3.5 out of 5. The detail in the images is really good. If you have a foreground which is dull, and a background which is bright, the images aren’t that great when clicked from your average budget smartphone. Here, the images are good. You will notice a bit of noise if you view the image at 100%, but that is acceptable.

On the downside, the camera of the Canvas 4 is a tad slow. Auto focusing takes time and if you whip out the phone and instantly click a picture, it might be blurry. You also need to be still when clicking the images, as they will turn out shaky if your hands are shaky.

Nevertheless, we are quite impressed with the performance of the camera of the Canvas 4. You can use this camera to take pictures of the kids birthdays and special occasions and be happy with the results. The quality of images is good to click and share on social networking websites.

Even though the hardware of the Canvas 4 hasn’t produced groundbreaking results, the camera is something that we are really impressed with. We would like to put the phone through its paces and see how it performs when it comes to real world usage before giving our final verdict.