Tuesday, July 7, 2015

Micromax Canvas Nitro 2 E311 Review

Hello People....

I bought the new Micromax Nitro 2 E311Black & Silver version.

PRICE: Price printed on the box is Rs. 12499. I got the best deal on somehow & got it for Rs 9995/-. This phone also comes in a White & Gold color combination.

The Box is simple but sturdy. Got an additional screen guard inside the box.

Build & Phone: The phone houses 1.4 GHz Octacore processor. & a Mali 450 GPU.
The build of the phone is good. It has a plastic back panel which can be removed for inserting 2 micro Sim cards &  SD card upto 32 GB. Ths phone has a 16 GB ROM & 2GB RAM.
The touch is buttery smooth & performance is good. Graphic intensive games can be played. The phone tends to heat up at that time. Just a FYI.
The placements of the buttons is on the right hand side of the device where you have the volume rockers & power on/off button.
You have the 3.5 mm jack on the top of the device & charging/data syncing port on the bottom along with the main microphone.

Battery: The phone houses a 2400 MaH battery which is decent but I could hardly get a day worth charge. I have to charge the phone twice everyday. The device tends to heat up while playing games...FYI.

Connectivity: The phone supports dual sim cards. Only sim 1 supports 3G& the other only supports 2G. It also has Bluetooth 4.0 & GPRS & Radio. It connects to WiFi bgn 80.11.

Call Quality: The cell phone reception of the signal is good. Call quality was above average as callers could hear me loud & clear & I could hear them fine from the earpiece. Overall I was happy with the call quality. There is no secondary noise cancelling microphone available for this model.

Screen: This phone features a 5 inch 720 p resolution screen. The screen is vivid & display & brightness is good. Videos are enjoyable.

Camera: The front facing camera is a selfie one which has  5 megapixel shooter & the rear is a 13 megapixel shooter. Both are decent but the rear camera could be an improved lens & takes some average quality shots. Photos in daylight have details but night shots have too much noise & pixelation which doesn't look like a 13 MP camera.

The back panel feels premium & feels just like the Yu Yureka.

Conclusion: If you want a budget phone with 3G speed & good resolution you can go for this phone.
The phone feels premium in the hand & display sharpness is good. Good call quality & speakers are average. You do have a notification led on the from of the phone.

Please let me know your thoughts on this.....Ciao.....
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