Samsung Galaxy Grand Vs Micromax Canvas 4 Review


Both the Smartphone giants, Samsung and Micromax have been a grand success in the Indian market. The Canvas 4 from Micromax was launched earlier in June, while the Samsung’s Galaxy grand was released earlier this year in January. Though both these smartphones have a similar display features and price points, both are different and lead a path in their own ways. 

Features of Micromax Canvas 4:
People across the world are in the transition between phones to smartphones. This also translates as an excellent opportunity for smartphone makers of the world who are readily accepted by commons. Micromax has already been regarded as a reputed smartphone company among the masses. The reason behind this success is the launch of its Canvas HD, which features a pretty cool hardware and a nice big screen at the best price point.
Micromax has now stepped on the next innings of its Smartphone milestone. It has launched the Canvas 4, an update of its HD version and a lot of expectations have been piled up over this device. 

Close features:
The built of Canvas 4 is superior compared with its other versions in terms of quality. It’s SIM, micro SD slots and battery look smooth and glossy. The aluminium strip around the device is its highlight and adds to the exterior look of the gadget. The touch screen of the device is protected by Gorilla glass which again upgrades the class of the gadget to higher levels.
The phone is held quite slim and weightless. It has a fantastic 5 inch screen and features a resolution as high as 720 pixels. The 13 MP camera is its additional advantage and capture natural colours. Some users have revealed that this camera suffers focus issues and is inaccurate. But, it manages to keep objects in focus while recording videos. 

Features of Samsung Galaxy Grand:
Samsung has launched a mid segment phone that offers a serious competition to its rivals, while staying in the budget of a common man. The mobile features a capacitive touch display of 5 inches and gets its brand prominent through its rectangular base.
Smartphone features a 480x800 pixel touch based display that looks pretty good at all angles. The touch response of this phone is pretty good, though its QWERTY keyboard is no exception. The apps and icons in this phone users TouchWiz user interface and this latest version of Samsung Galaxy works with Android Jelly bean OS. 
This device is bragged for its processing power and hardware. It is loaded with dual core processor with 1GB RAM support. The phone is able to handle multi-tasking at ease and features graphic genomes as well. The gadget supports dual SIM facility. This phone support photography geeks through its 8 MP camera that records images and videos at their natural capacity.


Comparison between Micromax Canvas 4 and Samsung Galaxy Grand:
Processor:
The Canvas 4 features a 1.2 GHz quad core processor and 1 GB RAM that is similar in a few ways with Galaxy grand smartphone. But, the former has a 16 GB internal memory in contrast with the 8 GB memory of Galaxy Grand.
Display:
Canvas 4 has a 5.0 inch capacitive touchscreen display with a pixel length of 441 ppi and a resolution of 1280x720 pixels. Though on the other hand galaxy grand also features a 5.0 inch display with 800 x 480 resolution, its pixel density is 187 ppi, much lower than its Micromax counterpart.
Operating system:
Both the smartphone gadgets operate under Android 4.2.1 Jelly bean version. Many applications would differ on both the gadgets based on the user.
Measurement:
Micromax Canvas 4 weight as less as 158 Gms and its dimensions are 144.5x73x8.9 mm, which is comparatively lower than its smartphone counterparts. Samsung Grand has a dimension of 144x77x10 mm and weight around 162 Gms, not much different from its competitor.
Camera:
Canvas 4 brags on its brilliant 13 MP primary camera features with an LED flashlight, image stabilization facilities, auto focus and multiple face detection protocols. The phone also has a5 MP front camera. Its counterpart has only 8 MP rear cameras powered by LED though. Its specific features are face and smile detection, autofocus features as well as geo tagging features. It does have a 2MP front camera as well.
Connectivity:
There is no much difference in this feature with both the smart phones. Both of the gadgets support EDGE and GPRS connectivity supported by both 2G and 3G networks. Both of them feature specific and unique slots for Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, micro USB and dual SIM functionalities.
Battery:
Both the smartphones have best integrities that deserve to be supported by a long standing battery. Micromax Canvas 4 features a 2,000 mAh battery while Samsung has a 2,100 mAh battery to offer extensive backup for these smartphones.
Cost:
Many experts in the field are under the speculation that Micromax Canvas 4 is slightly overpriced at Rs 20,000 and the brand has started to release its brand with a price tag of Rs 17,999 in India and at $295 in the US. Samsung galaxy grand price in India is less expensive than its counterpart and it tagged at Rs 17, 582 though its features and specifications are no less than its counterpart.
Reasons why experts consider Micromax Canvas 4 to be superior compared to Galaxy Grand:
Canvas 4 has a feature that is easy to unlock the device, and users could easily unlock the device by blowing a kiss, this easy integrity is not available with Galaxy Grand. Users of Canvas 4 could pin the videos on to their home screen that is when users get deviated from the device, video streams would attain pause mode. This is a new feature with Micromax smartphones. Its 13 MP video camera makes it a preferred choice over Samsung galaxy device as both the gadgets are pinned at the same cost. Hope this article would be useful for our readers to pick up the best smartphone of their choice without constraining their budget.

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This article has written by Kundan Srivastava. He likes to contribute article as guest blogger.

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