but the ram of this phone is very small 512 mb .gionee m2 batter than this phone
hey guys! this phone must be for the people who have social workings or needs battery backup more than the performance of the mobile.. so micromax have done a good job!
Abhi, 20 Feb 2014I think 512mb ram is too low 1gb ram is better.manufactures pl STOP releasing 512 mb RAM phones.
On my opinion canvas a92 is much batter,,it is less costly and have all configuration like canvas 96,,
this set have all the accepting features but the RAM disappoint the people,, increase the RAM with the same set and the price.
This has the petential to be a great power bank but a terrible android experience.Maybe by Canvas Power 3 it will deserve mentioning.
Please Increase Your RAM as 1GB and Internal Memory 8GB and Expandable Memory 64GB.If price is more no matter
AnonD-168372, 16 Feb 2014These phones are very dangerous, they don't follow safety standards.Did it blast your house ? Its just rumor created by other phone companies. Infact Nokia phones batteries blasted.
Increasing RAM has been shown to greatly improve the battery life and overall stability(preventing from frequent freeze/crashes).That is why smartphone industry has seen a trend towards increasing RAM.So this experiment by micromax ignoring this reality is bound to fail.I am using a micromax A90 for 7 months,which has only 512MB RAM,released by micromax in 2012 for around the same price of this A96.The problem with A90 is it's frequent crashes and fast battery drain(it requires only 2 hours of moderate internet usage to drain the entire battery!!!).The reason for this are 2,low RAM and weak battery-only 1600mAH.In A96 they have adressed the issue of weak battery by giving 4000mAH battery,but the low RAM will still drain much of the battery and will continue to freeze/crash the phone.
Atleast 2GB of RAM is required for every android device to function optimally without battery drain or frequent crashes/freezes.
Anonymous, 16 Feb 2014Honestly these type of batteries are also needed in flagship phones! Yes, they're tackling by far one of the biggest problems smartphones have. Shocking battery life.