Micromax Canvas Knight A350 with octa-core CPU launches in Russia

Consumer electronics market in India has become a place fighting for among foreign players. Some of them are already being benefited by establishing a strong foothold. There still remains scopes for the home companies to compete but Micromax is just not ready to give up. In an unprecedented move, Micromax decided to go international. 

Micromax is exploring the avenues to secure a place for itself in the international market by launching its Canvas Knight A350 for the Russian masses.

Russia, erstwhile USSR is the largest country in the world and is the home for nearly 143 million people making it the ninth most populous nation of the world. Furthermore, about 73 % of the Russians reside in the urban areas over its large landmass, makes it even more important from the sales point of view for any consumer electronics company.

Micromax is very optimistic with launch of Canvas Knight A350 in Russia and hopes that people there would love to flaunt one of it. The A350 is one of the first handset to be equipped with 2GHz Octa-Core processor for blazing light processing speed and minimal chances of lagging.

With five inch 1920x1080pixels IPS display, Micromax Canvas Knight is just short of being called as a phablet but not on exciting personal experience. While it is fitted with a 16-mega pixel camera at its rear end, the front houses a 5-mega pixel camera.

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Micromax Canvas Knight A350

The Micromax A350 will have 32 GB of internal storage capacity, besides 2 GB RAM for faster loading of your favorite apps installed on the Android 4.2 Jelly Bean operating system.

Micromax A350 would carry support for 3G HSPA network connection from partnered telecom service providers in Russia along with other wireless sharing features such as Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and a GPS.

Although, Micromax haven’t specified much details on the talk time of the Canvas Knight A350. The phone would be powered by 2350 mAh battery. Canvas Knight A350 does promises a lot as a mobile but only time will prove if it has the courage to carry on. Stay tuned!

2 COMMENTS

  1. Device is overheating around camera and light sensor region when camera is on for 5-10 Mins. Overheating is too much to hold phone close to ears for voice calls.

    I found temperature near front camera and light sensor area is greater than 40 degree centigrade.

    When reported to customer care/service centre they are refusing to accept this fact and not providing DOA to replace the faulty device.

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