Micromax has announced its first 3D
smartphone, the A115 Canvas 3D,
adding one more handset to the
popular Canvas family. You won’t
require any special glasses to view 3D
content on the phone. We do not have
the entire specification sheet yet, but
from what we know, the A115 looks like
it is a capable performer.
The Canvas 3D is powered by an
unnamed 1GHz dual-core processor and
runs Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean. There’s
512MB of RAM under the hood as well.
The 3D content will be displayed on a 5-
inch screen with a WVGA resolution
(800 x 480 pixels).
Packed with a 2000 mAh battery, the
phone is said to have a talk-time of 4.5
hours. Unfortunately, you won’t be able
to shoot any cool 3D images or videos
with the phone. It looks like there’s just
a lone 5-megapixel rear camera with
auto-focus. The front-facing camera is a
0.3-megapixel unit. Connectivity-wise,
everything seems to be in place thanks
to Wi-Fi support and Bluetooth 4.0.
The company says that you can also
convert regular pictures into the 3D
picture format. The phone comes with a
special ‘Micromax 3D Space’ that has a
collection of 3D videos as well as pre-
loaded 3D games.
The Canvas 3D will be available across
all leading retail outlets from the first
week of May. You can also purchase the
device from the company’s official


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