Monday, 27 January 2014

Micromax Canvas Turbo small A200 vs Lava Iris Pro 30

Not far behind worldwide brands, the heading Indian cell phone producer Micromax has conveyed a little form of its mainstream Canvas Turbo. In spite of the fact that the organization hasn't published the Canvas Turbo small A200 authoritatively yet, it has quietly slipped in the mechanism on the prevalent retailer site Flipkart. The telephone wears a sticker of Rs 14,490 and has a not-so lucrative specs sheet. Then again, investigate and the specs are just about like the recently started Lava Iris Pro 30. We've put both gadgets in the ring for a speedy specs examination, on paper. 

Micromax Canvas Turbo  A200 




The Turbo smaller than normal is obviously a stripped down adaptation of the well known Canvas Turbo. Donning a littler 4.7-inch show with bring down 720p determination, its pixel thickness points of confinement to 312 ppi, like the Iris Pro 30. The likenesses don't close here; the Turbo smaller than expected backings 4gb installed space, microsd card opening up to 32gb, 8mp back snapper and the majority of the connectivity choices. It is somewhat lighter than the Iris Pro 30 at 111 grams, however marginally thicker at 7.9 grams. There's an improved sounding 5mp front Polaroid. 

The small scale is controlled by a quad-center Mediatek Mt6582 processor that time at 1.3ghz, coupled with 1gb of RAM. The sum of this is fuelled by a 1800 mah electric cell that guarantees to convey up to 6.5 hours of talk time, however sounds somewhat little to us. Be that as it may, we can affirm this just when we've tried the unit in our circle test. 

Magma Iris Pro 30 



Strikingly like the Turbo smaller than normal, the Lava Iris Pro 30 falls short of the phablet class with its 4.7-inch HD show. To make the 720p show more alluring, Lava has included a few upgrades such an OGS innovation and Content Adaptive Backlight Control (CABC) on top of Gorilla Glass security. The unit is light at 114 grams and a minor 7.5mm thick and the delicate powder-covered figure is a pleasure to hold and feels not at all like the shabby plastic telephones we have gotten used to seeing from Indian organizations. 

On the Polaroid front, we are somewhat frustrated with the 8mp BSI back snapper, particularly acknowledging the cost, yet as should be obvious in our first take a gander at the telephone, its more than tolerable. It additionally incorporates with double LED glimmer and a 3mp front-confronting Polaroid.  Under the hood, it is fueled by the universal 1.2ghz Mediatek Mt6589 quad-center CPU and 1gb RAM, as well as a Powervr Sgx544 GPU. The mechanism accompanies a frustrating 4gb locally available space that might be stretched further up to 32gb by means of microsd card opening, something we additionally find in sub-Rs 10,000 cell phones nowadays. The connectivity choices incorporate 3g, Bluetooth v4.0 and GPS. 

Investigate the correlation table underneath: 
























The main concern 

A look at the above sheet and you will quickly perceive that both telephones have just about comparable specs. Anyhow we haven't the faintest idea what board has been utilized for the presentation by Micromax and if it has any screen security.  Both units are unfathomably light and smooth, however, which appears to be the flavour of the season for Indian telephone producers. While the Turbo little is lighter at 111 grams, the Iris Pro 30 is more slender, so its all square in this respect. 

The Iris Pro improves electric cell and processor, which could be its most amazing playing point. The Canvas Turbo scaled down has a 20 percent littler electric cell, which might be a gigantic variable in the purchasing choice. Then again, it improves have a sounding front-confronting Polaroid, which dependably works with young people. In spite of the fact that started at Rs 15,999, the Iris Pro is offering online for as low as Rs 15,499, and we want it will have a more level sticker in the business. The Canvas Turbo little is recorded online at Rs 14,490 and its last value will additionally differ relying upon which retailer or store you purchase it from. 

The Iris Pro 30 is a major ordeal for Lava as its their first premium telephone, which has been outlined by the in-house group. Then again, the Canvas Turbo smaller than normal is a vigorously toned-down adaptation of the Canvas Turbo, which may have experienced only a little more liposuction than was required, particularly in the electric cell section. There's very little to differentiate these two; the Canvas Turbo small scale may have an improved chance in light of its lower cost, however the Iris Pro has incredible look and feel, something that is uncommon to see.

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