Micromax is all set to launch its new Canvas Selfie 4 smartphone in India. The company has lately announced that the new device will be officially available for sale across the market by the end of this month. Company also stepped ahead and unveiled the price of its upcoming Selfie 4, which shall supposedly be priced at Rs. 4,999. The phone is power packed with some of the most amazing features, which makes it a best pick at such affordable prices.
One of the biggest highlights of Micromax Canvas Selfie 4 is, it has 8 MP front and rear camera. So, you can get an idea about what amazing camera quality users are going to be served with. The operating system on this device is Android 6.0 which is Marshmallow, the latest OS in Android. This way Canvas Selfie 4 is going to be the first device which will be based on this Android Operating system.
On the front top portion of the device, there is a tip sensor which is quite effective in clicking selfies or picking up calls. Users will have to just simply tap over the sensor, and in no time a beautiful selfie will be captured. Along with this, phone can be even attended with simple tapping over the sensor.
Talking about other specifications of the product, it has a 5 inch HD display and is powered with 1.3 GHz quad-core processor. Along with it, it has 1 GB RAM, 8GB internal storage which can be extended to 32GB using a micro SD card. The users of the device can also enjoy 3G support and keep using the phone all day with the immense battery life of 2500mAh.
Shubhajit Sen, the Chief Marketing Officer commented, “Selfie are trending these days, and almost all the selfies are being captured with the use of smart phones. So the handsets play an important role in creating memories, out of which 48% of the memories captured are shared on social media. At this hour, the launch of Micromax Canvas selfie 4 is surely going to be a delight for the users who wish to have an upgraded experience of clicking selfies. Moreover, the tip sensors available on phone will surely enhance the experience of young generation of clicking crystal clear selfies and then posting or sharing them with friends and family.”