Micromax Canvas Juice 2 - A phone, worth its weight!
25th October 2015Category : ReviewPublished by :Yuvan Subramani Reading Time : 5 Minute News Sourced : India
Well, easily, Micromax is perhaps one of the most popular brands in smartphones for everyone's specifications, at least, as far as the smartphone using community of India is taken into the picture. That could well be because of the lower value of its pricing of the smartphones, and also providing features and abilities equivalent to the other phones in the market. Well, if anything, they are certainly famous among the TV viewers of India, thanks to Hugh Jackman and his gravity defying stunts in the advertisements!
Micromax has always struck people as something of a less-is-more brand, with its ultra costly features used in the most trivial ways possible. So, when one expects the Micromax's latest advent in smartphone technology, the Canvas Juice 3, to jump into the market as soon as possible, it isn't for the cause of nothing. Certainly, Micromax has always been about its improvisations over their previous blunders, and this model is certainly an epitomy of that instinct, omitting all schadenfraude techniques alike.
Micromax Canvas Juice 3 has had a good run in the market ever since it was released in the month of September, 2015, and the features only seem to say that. But, for a keen and unerring observer, one could certainly find that there haven't been much of improvements in the individual aspect of the phone's features. Yet, collectively, the phone offers a better performance with its innovative use of the recently upgraded Android version 5.11 (Lollipop). There have also been additional developments in the methodological aspects, since they seem to have been upgrading the network speeds they have been offering, with some special techniques.
Slimmer and packing more style and substance than its predecessors, the Juice 3 model could perhaps be the more compact choice amidst smartphones, with its smaller stature, that makes way for more efficient handling. With a 5 inch screen, that comes with a protection of Corning Gorilla Glass, the phone certainly packs a wallop with its immense and outstanding picture quality and video display qualities.
It also supports various 3G bandwidth networks, with its amazing user interface while browsing, but, unfortunately, the phone does not allow for more optical and technical usage. For instance, the phone, as with its predecessors does not allow for the bandwidth of 4G, which could be a major drawback, and also a factor of contempt among people, for having a 4G connection is found better in networking these days!
It also comes with an advanced 1.3 Gigahertz processor, with intense speed. Despite this, users could experience slight difficulty in handling certain components of the operating system, but this is a trivial matter that can overcome as days go by using the mobile.
Other than this, there haven't been much of an improvement, in both its other external and internal features. The phone's memory too hasn't experienced that much of an increase from the previous model, Juice 2, with the phone supporting 8 GB of memory, with a 2 GB of RAM. The internal slot allows for the use of a microSD card, with a maximum capacity of 32 GB.
But, one good thing about this particular model could be the usage of a Lithium Ion battery, with a capacity of about 4000 mAh. The battery can stand for about a time period of 514 hours while on standby and offers a talk time period of about 14 hours, while the previous Juice 2 only supported an approximate time period of only 435 hours while on standby and a talk time of about only 9 hours. In addition to this, the camera too is a bit good, without any glitches, though it supports only a 8 mega pixel primary and 2 mega pixel secondary camera.
So, from an overall point of view, this particular model of Micromax Canvas could well be worth the money (the model costs around 8.5k) that it comes for, even though there are better and worthy options in the market. But if you are a fan of James Bond style compact gadgets and a selfie-crazed individual, then go for it!