Micromax Canvas Nitro 4G Review: Nicely Designed Phone With Dual LTE

We are spoilt for decision nowadays regarding the matter of shopping in the mid-range cell phone portion and Micromax isn't making things any less demanding. The Micromax Canvas Nitro 4G is its fourth offering in the Nitro arrangement, and is situated as a financial plan 4G cell phone. On paper, Micromax has an exceptionally convincing offering whose nearest rivalry as of now is the Lava Iris X5 4G. Off late, the organization has been producing new handsets at an extremely fast pace and situating them relying upon the hour's need. Anyway, has Micromax at last made a financial plan 4G cell phone deserving of your consideration or is it simply one more fast iterative pit-stop in their quick fire dispatch race? How about we examine.

Look and Feel

Micromax Canvas Nitro 4G Review: Nicely Designed Phone With Dual LTE

The Canvas Nitro 4G is really attractive handset. The configuration is straightforward without being exhausting, and Micromax has utilized a blend of fascinating compositions to make the cell phone agreeable for regular utilization. The body is made of plastic yet it doesn't feel modest or cheap. As an afterthought, we have two chrome strips that keep running along the whole length of the telephone. The volume rocker and force catches are both put on the privilege. They feel a bit excessively recessed for our loving however it's something that you'll get used to. The earphone attachment goes on the top while the speaker grille and Micro-USB port are set at the base.
Micromax Canvas Nitro 4G Review: Nicely Designed Phone With Dual LTE

The back spread is removable and has a sandstone composition, like the OnePlus One. This offers great grasp and doesn't slide effortlessly when you hold it. The spread itself is a touch intense to transparent fitting all the plastic stubs set up obliges some exertion. The 13-megapixel camera and double LED streak unit sit flush with whatever is left of the telephone so there's no revolting lump.

The 5-inch HD IPS presentation accompanies Corning's Gorilla Glass 3, which ought to toll well against scratches. Shine levels are great and the screen is exceptionally neat under daylight. Be that as it may, shading multiplication is not the most precise as whites are regularly exaggerated which is observable with the default wallpapers. Survey edges are better however, because of the IPS board.

The Micromax Canvas Nitro 4G comes packaged the fundamental adornments like a charger, information link, headphones and a screen protect.
Micromax Canvas Nitro 4G Review: Nicely Designed Phone With Dual LTE

Determinations and Software

The telephone is controlled by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 415 SoC - an octa-center chip running at 1.4GHz with an incorporated Adreno 405 GPU to handle graphical work. You likewise get 2GB of RAM, 16GB of locally available stockpiling (11.5GB is usable), microSD card support (32GB), Wi-Fi b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.0, FM Radio, and USB OTG. The Canvas Nitro 4G highlights a sufficiently measured 2500mAh battery too.

As opposed to cleaning the life out of Android, Micromax has chosen to run with stock Lollipop 5.0.2, which is useful for those searching for an unadulterated Android experience. The absence of customisation, be that as it may, implies you miss out the signal elements found in other Micromax handsets.

You get some pre-introduced applications like App Center, which is a pointless application store; Chaatz, which is like Snapchat; Scandid, which gives you extra data around an item by filtering its standardized identification. There's additionally Clean Master, Hotstar, Housing, NewsHunt, Quikr, Snapdeal, SwiftKey and Saavn. Micromax hasn't generally made whatever other custoisations.


The telephone handles most diversions and applications extremely well. The Snapdragon 415 is an OK workhorse and the 2GB of RAM guarantee that multi-tasking is a slack free undertaking. The interface is smooth and movements are moderately falter free also. The uplifting news is that the Canvas Nitro 4G underpins Indian LTE groups on both SIM spaces, so you have some adaptability here. We saw that the telephone got warm rather rapidly with customary utilization, contrasted different handsets and octa-center MediaTek chips. It never gets uncomfortably hot, however, so it's not a major issue.

Micromax Canvas Nitro 4G Review: Nicely Designed Phone With Dual LTE

The feature player handles 1080p documents well, albeit high bit-rate records battle. Our 40mbps test document figured out how to play with no falter. Sound from the amplifier is clear and volume levels are great. The packaged in-ear headset is shockingly great, as it gives great encompassing commotion disconnection and punchy bass.

Going to the benchmarks, AnTuTu and Quadrant gave us scores of 27,926 and 18,797 individually, while for representation, we got 4,636 in 3DMark Ice Storm Extreme. These numbers are nice, and we didn't confront any issues in diversions like Rayman: Jungle Run or Angry Birds 2 either.

The 13-megapixel essential camera catches great scene shots with tolerable levels of subtle element. Full scale shots look fine on the telephone's showcase yet the territory out of center gets extremely grainy and foggy which is just detectable once you zoom into the photo. Feature recording is taken care of well too with an enduring casing rate at 1080p.

The 5-megapixel front-confronting camera makes a better than average showing with catching selfies. You get a plenty of scene modes to look over and in addition extra settings for manual introduction, center mode, and so on. The double LED streak unit is enough splendid in low light. Generally speaking, the camera application is all around composed and extremely utilitarian, however the normal quality and absence of points of interest in close up shots is a major let down.

Micromax Canvas Nitro 4G Review: Nicely Designed Phone With Dual LTE

The 2500mAh battery endured 8 hours and 42 minutes in our feature circle test. This is a bit on the low side considering the presentation determination is just 720p. With ordinary use, the telephone will last almost a whole day however that is just in the event that you are cheap with your use.


The Micromax Canvas Nitro 4G is a decent general bundle for around Rs 10,750 yet certain key elements make it difficult to prescribe. It has satisfying feel, tough form quality, stock Android Lollipop, a splendid presentation with Gorilla Glass 3, and LTE on both SIMs. On the other side, the camera quality is not the best and battery life is additionally baffling. There's no telling whether the Canvas Nitro 4G will get a redesign to anything past Android 5.0.2 since Micromax is known for discharging new telephones with more up to date Android renditions.

We prescribe spending more and picking either the Motorola Moto G (Gen 3) (Review) which additionally offers water resistance and convenient overhauls, or the Xiaomi Mi 4i (Review | Pictures) which has an all the more intense processor and a superior screen.
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