Micromax a110 3d games

micromax a110 3d games

Micromax A115 Canvas 3D Android Smartphone was launched in April 2013.
HTC and LG have already tried their hands at it but the high price and the lack of 3D content was what killed them.
Micromax is following Samsung's footsteps in milking its flagship brand, Canvas series, adding new handsets across price segments with differentiated features.Very bulky in size, the A115 is a dual-SIM phone along with a microSD card slot for expansion.The 3D images shot using the phone did not look impressive or 3D like even though we followed the procedure given in the phone's 3D Guide of shooting the photo from a distance.5 to 2 metres and moving the camera.5.5.The bundled apps include some games like TheDarkMan, Fruit Devil along with some productivity apps like File Manager, M!The phone has 512 MB RAM and 4 cool edit pro 2.1 full version rar GB of internal storage which is expandable using microSD, up to.Onboard storage is very less.The Canvas 3D is one such effort.Features, the Canvas 3D is powered by a MediaTek MT6577 SoC, the same chipset used in the Canvas 2 A110.On the right side, there's a power key, while the volume rocker sits on the left hand side.
The buttons fall in place along either side of the phone but lack a very good fit.We hope this is an isolated case and if not, Micromax should issue an update to fix this.Will the A115 manage to popularise 3D phones or has Micromax compromised too much for a bargain basement price tag?The 5-megapixel rear camera lens sits at the top with the dual-LED flash located just below lens.Also, since the speaker is located at the back, the volume levels further decrease when the phone lies on its back.