Micromax Canvas Nitro review: The comeback phone?
Micromax Canvas Nitro (A310) is the company’s attempt to retain its grip on a segment that it once ruled. The first phones of the Canvas series ignited the idea of offering phones that boast of good hardware specifications at a budget price.
The entry of new players like Xiaomi, ZTE, Motorola, Xolo and Asus has widened the segment even further. It certainly means there’s more choice for the consumer and competition for device makers. With the Canvas Nitro, Micromax claims it is democratizing technology, bringing high-end features to budget phone users. We try to find out if the Canvas Nitro is a better buy compared to other budget phones, in our review.
Build & design
Micromax Canvas Nitro looks better than the company’s previous budget offerings, with its all black, plastic front panel and rounded corners.
The front panel is dominated by a 5-inch 720p display.
The three capacitive touch buttons for navigation are placed below the display while the 5MP front camera is placed above it. Interestingly, the phone looks very similar to the recently launched ZTE V5, looking at just the front panel.
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