Micromax A115 Canvas 3D Specs Leaked

This year has been bringing a lot of luck to Micromax with its latest flagship device Canvas HD. While Micromax has just recovered from the shortage of Canvas HD A116, a Twitter handle named MMXNewscaster has leaked a boot animation image from the package of Micromax A115. MMXNewscaster claims it to be a real part of boot screen and also explained that the device will feature a WVGA screen with a resolution of 800 X 480 and a screen size of 5 inches. The device seems to have a similar display of Micromax’s Lucky Mascot Canvas 2. The phone as tweeted, will possess a MediaTek MT6577 Dual Core processor and will come with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean out of the box. When we asked Micromax about the product, the company avoided and did not provide any information. Considering the reliability of leaks from MMXNewscaster (correctly predicted about Micromax A51 and Funbook P362) its pretty much sure that the next installment of Canvas will bring a brighter future to Micromax. It will be still interesting to see what 3D will be stuffed in Canvas A115. The company might not be planning the launch near soon as the market is yet to be flooded with its running flagship device and the hype for the device is still on clouds.

Canvas 3D Boot Screen

Canvas 3D Boot Screen

To sum up the specifications of Micromax A115 Canvas 3D:

  • Dual core MediaTek MT6577 1 GHz Processor 
  • 5 inch 480*800 resolution display
  • 8 MP rear and 2 MP front facing Camera
  • Android 4.1
  • 1 GB RAM
  • 4 GB internal memory
  • 3D Imaging and Playback (expected)

There is nothing official as of now but considering the evidences, we can assure of a better Canvas in the coming time. MMXNewscaster has also predicted about A72 with 5 inch display and is supposed to be a budget Android device. A88 and A26 are also on the launchpad as Tweeted by MMXNewscaster. We will be updating you on the further information on Canvas 3D and several other products from Micromax.


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