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Micromax Canvas Knight unboxing and first impressions: a noteworthy flagship [video]

|March 22 2014 |Android Phones, Android, Reviews, Micromax

"The latest flagship from Micromax, the Canvas Knight, stands out as a stylish, powerful device"

Earlier this month, Micromax launched its newest flagship, the Canvas Knight in India at an MRP of Rs 19,999, and today we have it it with us for review. The dual-SIM smartphone comes loaded with specs worthy of a flagship – a 5-inch full HD display, 2.0GHz octa-core chip from MediaTek, 2GB of RAM, and 32GB of internal storage that's, sadly, not expandable. It also boasts an 8-meg shooter at the front for selfies and video calls, while the primary snapper at the rear also stands out thanks to its 16-megapixel OmniVision sensor and M8 Largan lens. A Yamaha music amplifier is also on board for powerful audio. Other than the powerful specs though, what stands out more is the stylish design – the Canvas Knight is without a doubt, the most stylish-looking device from Micromax yet.

Canvas Knight A350 black

The smartphone feels sturdy courtesy its metal frame, though the rear is fashioned out of glass which could be prone to scratches and breakage. We'll be coming up with a detailed review of the device shortly, but meanwhile, here's a quick look at the box contents and an overview of the device.

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