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A Phablet by Micromax

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As the phablet wave presses on to hit the Indian market, Micromax has launched the Canvas Doodle 2, the successor to the Canvas Doodle. The new Doodle cell phone tablet crossover from Micromax characteristics an overhauled with a 5.7-inch HD Display, having 12 mega pixel main camera and quad core processor at Rs. 19,990, Micromax’s most recent phablet has been estimated steeply and is currently the costliest handset in Micromax’s cell phone portfolio, abandoning organization’s lead, the Canvas 4. It is difficult to discuss the manifestation of the Micromax Canvas Doodle 2 and not say the similarity it bears to organization’s lead, the Canvas 4. Micromax appears to be taking after a reliable outline technique over the Canvas range. The recently launched Micromax Canvas Doodle 2 looks and feels like a greater and heavier form of the Canvas 4. Contrasted with the Canvas 4 and Canvas Doodle, the Doodle 2 is more minimal, but is heavy than other Micromax Smartphones. It is a excessively wide for which cannot be operated.

The Doodle 2’s raise quality is exceptional, and it characteristics bended edges that give a smooth look. The lead cell phone, Micromax Canvas 4 accompanied an aluminium outline on the sides, but the Canvas Doodle 2 has aluminium rear body. The camera arrangement looks great, however could be counterproductive, as the full phone rests on it when lying on a surface, potentially scratching the lens screen. The middle part of this device is made of aluminium and is not removable. The canvas Doodle 2 is a device that does not have a removable battery. This device has front facing 5 mega pixel camera and main camera of 12 mega pixels. This display has capacitive touch which does not rely on Android Jellybean interface buttons. The Power button is on the right panel, while the left panel has volume buttons. This device has full HD IPS Display of 5.7 inches with a pixel density of 258 ppi and resolution of 720×1280 pixels. The Outdoor shots taken during daylight are with almost accurate colours, but there is emerges noise at the edges. Images clicked at night using artificial without using the LED flash are not very impressive as background noise does tend to move in. Users can choose from a bundle of camera features like normal, HDR, face beauty, smile detection, exposure compensation, panorama, and photosphere (multi-angle view) modes, burst mode, letting users click 40 to 99 shots at once.

Canvas Doodle 2 can record full-HD videos with an average video quality but relatively smooth. The front-facing 5-megapixel camera is amongst the best feature of Canvas Doodle 2, with more clarity and sharpness delivering slightly washed out colours. The Micromax Canvas Doodle 2 runs on Android 4.2.1 Jelly Bean. This device has Firmware over the update feature, which will allow users to allow downloading firmware update directly on the device through internet. The Micromax Canvas Doodle 2 is powered by a 1.2 GHZ MediaTek quad-core processor powered by 1 GB of RAM, and PowerVR SGX544 for graphics processing. It has and inbuilt storage of 16 GB out of which only 12 GB is available to the users and has no expandable storage microSD slot. In all, this Micromax Canvas Doodle 2 is an average phone to use.