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Micromax launches Canvas Mega 4G Q417 and Canvas Mega E353

Micromax has launched a new Canvas Mega series with two new phablets called Canvas Mega E353 and Canvas Mega 4G Q417

By: Tech Desk |
Updated: December 11, 2015 10:22:43 am
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Micromax has launched a new Canvas Mega series with two new phablets starting at Rs 7,999. The two new phones are Canvas Mega E353 and Canvas Mega 4G Q417.

The Canvas Mega E353 has a 5.5inch HD IPS screen, 1.4 Ghz octa-core processor, 1GB RAM and 8GB ROM. It has a 13mp rear camera and five mp Fixed Focus (FF) front camera. Canvas Mega E353 has a 2820 mAh battery and runs Android Lollipop 5.1.

Canvas Mega 4G Q417 has a 5.5-inch HD IPS screen, a 1.3Ghz quad-core processor, 2GB RAM and 16GB ROM. It sports a 13 mp camera, five mp FF front camera and 2500 mAh battery. It runs Android Lollipop 5.1. The Canvas Mega 4G is available at a price range of Rs 10,999.

“Phablet market has grown exponentially in the last quarter with over 200% growth in the segment. With more than 70% of neo-users in the age group of 15-24 years extensively streaming videos on their smartphones; the growth of phablet market has been triggered exponentially. At Micromax, we believe that large screen smartphones will surely address some major consumers’ pain points by providing users with a better viewing experience and more productivity on-the-go,” said Vineet Taneja, CEO, Micromax Informatics.

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