Submitted by Vishaka 929d ago | article

5 Reasons to Buy Micromax A116 Canvas HD Phone

Mobotalks : Ever since Micromax has revamped their logo with punch saying “nothing like anything”, they have been on a roller coaster in India. From being the #1 tablet PC supplier surpassing Samsung and Apple with series of Funbook tablets, the Gurgaon based company is worth $368 million with 1400 employee.Micromax A116 Phone (Micromax A116 Canvas HD, Phones)

Speed-Racer  +   930d ago
I'll stick to the more reputable brands.
jknext  +   929d ago
That's right, but I like this gadget, especially due to its features and price tag.
Speed-Racer  +   929d ago
Based on that price, it converts to US $268. You could get a Nexus 4 with 16GB storage for $299 from the Play Store, and it's got way more performance than this phone.
Madusha  +   928d ago
This cannot be considered as anything more than an average phone in today's market. The only positive to buying this is the low price which is then evened out by the product not being from a reputable brand. Buy a nexus instead.

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