Micromax Tablets Price List in India February 2017
Latest Reviews for Micromax Tablets
It is a micromax made tablet, with 7 inch display. Has dual sim compatibility, amd the battery backup is also good. It costs about 6000, and many more offer are awarded with it like, angry birds ...Read more
- Rating : 4.7
- Review by Ankit Pathak
- Date : 19, Oct 2016
This is value for money tab . In short Pros: Good for internet surfing through wifi, viewing pdfs, ppts, movies ,it has loud audio, has simple fm with good quality audio, can play light games, kids ...Read more
- Rating : 4.5
- Review by Ayushi Verma
- Date : 29, Sep 2016
The micromax canvas tab is a laptap which comes with chiplet keyboard and it has 2GB Ram with quad core processor the laptab is very easy to carry out outside also the laptab has FULL HD resolution ...Read more
- Rating : 5.0
- Review by Pandurang Ubhe
- Date : 21, Sep 2016
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About Micromax Tablets
Micromax Informatics is one of the India’s front runner, when it comes to electronics. From feature phones to tablets and LED televisions, the company has a rich segment of product offerings. It also has a subsidiary, in the form of Yu Televentures, which has launched a number of smartphones under the Yu brand.
History of Micromax Tablets
Although Micromax was formed in 2000, the company’s entry into the phone market happened in the year 2008. As for tablets, it launched the Canvas Tab series in 2013, followed by the Funbook series the following year.
To date, the company has released quite a few tablets, the last of which happened in August 2015.
Popularity in India
Micromax’s popularity quotient in India is immense. Although the company entered the market down the pecking order, its meteoric rise can be attributed to its low-cost pricing model without comprising on many good features. At present, it almost sits neck-to-neck with Samsung, in terms of market share.
India’s tablet market has been a growing one. While Samsung and Apple still rule the roost in this segment, Micromax has posed as an able contender. This again has much to do with its affordable tablet models that hardly pinch the pocket. These tablets are largely popular among students and basic home users.
Design of Micromax tablets
Tablets from this maker are sleekly designed and good looking. Build material is usually polycarbonate and metal. They happen to be lightweight, giving it a comfortable feeling. Also a textured back panel helps to provide some grip.
Funbook and Canvas tablets usually come with a 7 inch screen or higher. They boast of having IPS LCD screens that have varying resolutions. Viewing is a good experience on these tablets, although they can be described as above average at best. Basically, much of the problem is apparent when one uses them under daylight.
As for color options, silver and black are the most common available options.
Features of Micromax tablets
The Funbook and Canvas series are powered by MediaTek, Snapdragon and Intel processors. Additionally, they feature 512/1GB of RAM. Storage options exist in the form of internal memory, which is 4GB at minimum. A micro-SD card a lot is also provided.
The tablets run different versions of Android, the latest ones running Lollipop. They run Android’s stock interface and that provides a great experience for users.
Cameras, both front and rear ones, are present in the majority of the tablets. The rear cameras are either 2 or 5MP while the selfie cams are 0.3/2MP. These cameras are also capable of shooting HD quality videos. Despite having a number of features, such as panorama, face detection, auto-focus, exposure tweaks and more, their performance can be described as average at best. However, images are good when taken under ample lighting conditions.
Connectivity is available in the form of wireless networks. In this regard, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth are the ones that you’ll need to bank on. Besides this, SIM connectivity also provided on most tablets, which means you can avail calling options. However, none of the models support 4G LTE as yet and you are left with 2G/3G. Lastly, a micro USB cable is provided for charging/wired connectivity.
Battery backup is good with Micromax tablets and easily lasts up to a day on average usage. You can also expect a number of goodies with the tablets you purchase. Most often, these are OTG cables, covers, screen protectors, headsets and more.
Micromax Tablets News
The last tablet release from Micromax was the Canvas P690. It ran Android KitKat out of the box and provided 3G SIM support.