The Micromax Superfone Canvas 2 A110 borrows many design cues from the Galaxy Nexus . the chrome trim on the side is shaped to look like a curved glass. The phone appears larger than it actually is due to thick bezels on either side. The 5-inch LCD display has a low resolution of 854×480 pixels, which makes images and icons lose sharpness. The screen doesn’t appear to be of very good quality either, as the viewing angles are pretty poor and there’s terrible bandling throughout.
The canvas 2 A110 sticks to the stock Android 4.0 Ice cream Sandwich interface except for some changes to the notification bar-we now have side-scrollable toggle switches . Besides the stock UI and apps, Micromax has added a SIM management option to set the default card for calls, messages ,internet ,etc .both SIMs can be active at the same time if needed. You only get two bands for 2G and just one for 3G, which means you won’t be able to use this handset on all networks around world.
Micromax has priced the Superfone Canvas 2 at $165, which is the same price as the first Canvas ,overall, the A110 turned out to be a bit of a disappointment and we had advise you give this one a pass.
Price : $185.81
CPU : Dual-core 1 GHz
RAM : 512MB
OS : Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich