The Micromax Canvas Infinity is a good smartphone launched at an amazing price, the display is its main attraction taking inspiration from the LG G6 and Q6.
- 83 percent screen to body ratio, Infinity looks stunningly unique on the front.
- Display is reasonably well calibrated and, quality-wise, is a good enough display in this budget.
- 18:9 aspect ratio is used for better video viewing, more immersive gaming, to fit more on your screen while browsing and for better split screen multitasking.
- 5.7 Inches HD+ display with average viewing angles.
- Powered by 1.4GHz quad-core Snapdragon 425 processor paired with 32GB of storage and 3GB of RAM.
- Out of 32GB, 22GB is available at the user end. Nevertheless microSD support is available for storage up to 128GB.
- The chipset isn’t very powerful, but it has to fuel an HD+ resolution display and should be up for the task.
- Micromax Canvas Infinity has16MP front and 13MP rear camera.
- The camera app is loaded with features like Bokeh mode for front camera, Picture preview roll, Time lapse, and a few more.
- These features get the job done upto to a certain extent.
- It's software is based on Android Nougat (7.1.2), and Micromax has promised Android O upgrade.
- Features like One hand mode and other customization options are present as well.
- There is no app drawer (but a simple third party launcher could fix this).
- The battery capacity is 2900mAh, which is fairly okayish.
- Micromax bundles a 5V/1.5A charger with the phone.
- Note that, Fast charging is not supported.
- With all its Pros & Cons, it is still a good buy & worth the ₹9999/- price tag.
- It has a futuristic look & if Micromax wants to, this can be the phone that redeems the company.