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Micromax Canvas A1 AQ4502 Smartphone Launched in India

Micromax today launched another Canvas series mobile in India with the model name of AQ4502 indeed. This is certainly an upgraded version of the last year Canvas A1 (simply an Android One version of Micromax) mobile. The cost of the mobile simply remains the same as it launched a year back and some of the specs also stand the same position with the ancestor. At last the internal memory of the mobile has been expanded to a reasonable amount and that makes the system to run with decent speed by allowing you to install plenty of interesting apps. Let us see the crystal specifications available with the 2nd Generation Micromax Canvas A1 Smartphone 2015.
Micromax Canvas A1 AQ4502 Smartphone Launched in India
Micromax Canvas A1 AQ4502 Smartphone Launched in India
Highlights of 2nd Generation Micromax Canvas A1 Mobile:
  • Comes with 4.5 inches FWVGA Screen
  • Runs on Android Lollipop OS
  • Powered with 5MP Rear & 2MP Selfie Camera
  • Priced at $95 Only
  • Built with 1GB RAM & 8GB Internal Memory
  • Dual SIM with 3G/2G Connectivity
  • 1.3GHz MediaTek Quad Core Processor
  • 1700mAh Battery Support

Software Features of Micromax Canvas A12ndGeneration Smartphone:

Hope you know about the Google’s Android One program, which assures the guaranteed free upgrade process to the Smartphones under this project. In this move, most of the Android One mobiles are achieved their Android Lollipop update as of today. Likewise, the new 2nd Generation Android One Mobile from Micromax is also promised to bring the same features to this mobile in the future. Currently, the mobile is running with the latest Android Lollipop operating system at its best. There is no custom User Interface and users can definitely download their interested stuff from the Play Store.

Hardware Combinations of the 2ndGeneration Canvas A1 Mobile:

As we said earlier, most of the hardware features remains the same with the 2ndGeneration device, expect the few. The mobile display is built with 4.5 inches of IPS FWVGA Screen, where you get the brighter vision at its best with the resolution of 854*480 pixels.

The mobile is offered with the MediaTek quad core processor of MT6582 Chipset. This processor is powered to operate at the rate of 1.3GHz and hence you will get the faster Smartphone experience in reasonable extent.

The mobile CPU is well coupled to the 1GB RAM as we get with the 1st Generation Canvas A1 mobile. Hence, this completes finest mode of getting the multitasking experience to the users.

The Mobile is also built with the same set of dual camera on both ends as you enjoyed with the 1st generation Android One. Yes, the new canvas A1 mobile is built with 5MP Rear camera with LED flash light followed by 2MP Selfie Snapper at the front end.


Also, the mobile is built with 1700mAh battery power, which will definitely give a moderate power backup to your requirements in real time manner. 

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