Micromax Canvas Infinity Pro has just launched in India. It is an upgrade to the Micromax Canvas Infinity launched recently in Nepal. The Micromax Canvas Infinity Pro enhances the selfie features while keeping the 18:9 aspect ratio and “bezel-less” experience of its predecessor. It is expected to be launched later in Nepal & we can expect the Micromax Canvas Infinity Pro Price in Nepal to be around Rs. 24,000.
This phone comes with 5.9 inch LCD display with a resolution of 1440×720 pixels sporting a pixel density of 282 PPI. The full metal design makes the phone look premium and more durable. The device is powered by 1.4 GHz octa-core processor. And it comes with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage with microSD card expansion up to 128GB.
It runs on Android 7.1.2 Nougat and is expected to get an upgrade to Android Oreo 8.0 in the future. It has a primary camera of 13MP with an LED Flash; there are two camera sensors on the front: one at 20MP and a secondary sensor at 8MP. The later 8MP being a wide angle lens. It is powered by a 3000mAh battery.
Micromax Canvas Infinity Pro Specifications
- Display – 5.9 inch HD IPS display with 1440×720 resolution
- Chipset – Qualcomm Snapdragon 430
- CPU – Octa core, 1.4 GHz, Cortex A53
- GPU – Adreno 505 GPU
- Memory – 64GB internal storage with MicroSD expansion, 4GB RAM
- OS – Android 7.1.2 Nougat
- Primary Camera – 16MP,[email protected], f/2.0, LED Flash
- Secondary Camera – 20MP+8MP Dual Cameras
- Battery – 3000mAh battery
- Sensors – Fingerprint (rear-mounted), accelerometer, proximity
Micromax Canvas Infinity Pro Price in Nepal: Rs. 24,000 (Expected)
This phone is aimed at the selfie lovers and lives up to the hype. The 20MP front camera can capture some high-quality selfies while the 8MP wide angle lens is perfect for the group shots. The large storage capacity of 64GB is also a plus. The 5.7 inch “bezel-less” display offers an immersive experience.
The 720p resolution screen at the given price is the weakest part of this phone. Taking good photos and decent video is one thing but viewing them is also an important aspect. This device clearly lacks in the latter. The pricing at which it is eventually launched here in Nepal will be a key factor. Many phones with better specifications and comparable if not better selfie shooters are currently out there on the market.
So, is the selfie prowess of this phone enough to put it on your priority list? Or would you rather pick a more powerful but less selfie-eccentric option for the similar price? Do let us know.