With Zen having launched its Ultrafone 701 HD in India, the high-definition Canvas phone from Micromax seems to be feeling the heat. Priced at 11, 999, the quad-core Android Smartphone from Zen has features similar to its rival Micromax’s current flagship phone, with a price lesser than that of the Canvas headset, reports Mobiletor.
In terms of specifications, there’s hardly newness to those who know about the Micromax’s high-definition Canvas features. Zen Ultrafone 701 HD is made of 5-inch capacitive touchscreen and boasts of a 720p resolution for its visuals. It runs 4.2 version of Android Jelly Bean OS, rather than 4.1 possessed by its rival. Besides, the handset is powered by a 1.2GHz quad core processor and 1GB RAM and equipped with an 8MP primary camera and a 3.2MP secondary snapper, apart from which potential buyers will be able to spot 4GB of internal hoarding capacity and a microSD card slot which expands storage up to 32GB.
It includes connectivity features such as 3G, Wi-Fi as well as Bluetooth, apart from a dual-SIM functionality that has been a customary aspect for most of the recently launched Smartphones. The handset can be pre-ordered now through Snapdeal and incentives have also been declared for pre-ordering consumers which includes a flip cover, a back panel and a screen guard.