Bezel-less Micromax Canvas Infinity Launched: Price and Key Features

Prayank

Last month, Micromax launched two devices in the sub-Rs 10,000 budget segment and now they’ve launched another one, the Micromax Canvas Infinity with Full Vision display, which is retailing for Rs 9,999 and will go on sale exclusively on Amazon on September 1, 2017.

Since the device has been launched in the sub-Rs 10,000 market, the company seems to be targeting the new adopters of smartphones, especially in tier-2, tier-3 cities, and rural areas.

The Micromax Canvas Infinity will be available for registrations beginning August 22, 1:30 pm on Amazon.

Micromax Canvas Infinity Specifications

  • Display: The Micromax Canvas Infinity comes with a 5.7-inch (1440 x 720) 18:9 Full Vision display.
  • Processor: The device is powered by quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 425 chipset which clocks at 1.4GHz and is supported by Adreno 308 GPU.
  • Memory and Storage: The Canvas Infinity features 3GB RAM and 32GB internal storage which is expandable up to 128GB via microSD card. The device supports OTG up to 64GB.
  • Camera: The device sports a 13MP rear camera which supports real-time Bokeh effect. It also comes with a 16MP selfie shooter.
  • Battery: The Micromax Canvas Infinity is backed by a 2900mAH battery unit.

The camera mode gives you a real-time Bokeh option, allowing you to click pictures that seem to be taken in the macro mode of an SLR camera.

The Micromax Canvas Infinity supports 4G VoLTE network and houses a fingerprint sensor on the rear panel of the device, beneath the camera unit.

Amazon Launch Offers

  • Users who purchase the Micromax Canvas Infinity using Amazon Pay balance will get an additional cash back of Rs 250.
  • Users will also get up to 30GB of additional 4G data on purchasing the device.
  • Downloading and signing into Kindle using the Canvas Infinity will grant users access to 5 Kindle bestsellers worth Rs 375.

Early this year in March, Micromax Informatics announced that they’ll start importing completely knocked down (CKD) units from China and assemble its devices in India.

This will cut down on costs, resulting in a cheaper finished product, as the market floods with Chinese smartphone makers ready to give local companies a run for their money.

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