Micromax A111 Canvas-series smartphone leaked online

Micromax seems to be preparing to launch another Canvas-series smartphone in the form of Micromax A111. The images of the smartphone were posted on Twitter today by @MMXNewscaster.Micromax A111

According to MMXNewscaster, the phone will come with a 5.3-inch qHD (960x540p) display. The display will also support touch-input even when the user is wearing gloves (Glove Touch).

In addition, A111 will feature Qualcomm MSM8225Q 1.2 GHz Quad Core Processor, 4GB internal storage, 512MB of RAM, 8MP rear camera, 1.2MP front camera, 2100 mAh battery and Android 4.1. This 9.9mm thick phone will also pack 3D Graphics Accelerator, Ambient Light Sensor, Accelerometer & Proximity Sensor. Micromax A111

There is no word on when the phone will be released in the country, but we can expect to see it in the coming weeks. Micromax is also rumoured to announce its first 3D Android smartphone – A115 in the coming days.

Micromax A115 Canvas 3D is expected  to feature 1GHz dual-core  MediaTek processor, 5inch WVGA display with 3D support and 1GB of RAM. The phone will also come with 8MP rear camera and 2MP front camera.

  • Venu

    512 mb RAM?? Seriously? Why does Micromax get it wrong everytime?

  • http://www.moulnisky.com Moulnisky

    It is not a mediatek phone but Qualcomm

    Product Size : 147 x 77.2 x 9.9
    Platform : Qualcomm MSM8225Q, quad core 1.2 Ghz / 3d Graphic Accelerator
    Memory : 4GB Nand and SDram / 512 Mb RAM / microSDHC slot
    System : Android 4.1
    Frequency bands : WCDMA: 2100Mhz / GSM: 900/1800Mhz
    Sim : Dual sim
    LCD : 5.3″ FWvGA TN, resolution 960 x 540
    Touchscreen : Capacitative (Glove touch) multipoint (5 points)
    Camera : Back 8.0 M Cmos / Front 1.2M
    Support : GPS, BT 2.1, WiFi, FM
    Sensors : accelerator, distance, light feeling
    Battery : 2100 mAh
    Connection : Micro USB

    BR

    Alex

  • HarshaTech

    Always mediatek Crap waste f money cheap Phones and build quality.. even mediatek quad core can’t beat qual comm dual core lol!

  • http://tech.hsps.in Harisankar P S

    The problem with micromax technology is not the performance, but the battery. They are improving the spec but keeping the battery same as that of its previous versions.