Popular indigenous handset maker, Micromax is reportedly prepping to launch the company's first ever full HD smartphone soon.
Twitter spy, MMXNewscaster has tipped that the Micromax is readying its next generation Canvas Turbo A250 smartphone with full HD display, and it also claimed that handset would pack a quad-core processor. The blog however did not delve any other key specifications of the upcoming device.
As Micromax Canvas Turbo A250 is touted to be the successor of Canvas 4 A210, one can expect the new generation smartphone pack at least 2GB RAM, 16GB (or 32GB) with microSD support and high-end cameras with smart features.
When Canvas 4 A210 was launched in July this year, critics and fans panned Micromax for bringing the new smartphone with no worthy upgrade to its predecessor, Canvas HD A116. Canvas 4 packed pretty much same internal hardware specification (1GB RAM and 1.2GHz quad-core chipset) sans a little bump in camera's pixel resolution, build quality and some gimmicky smart screen-unlock feature.
Now, with the revelation of Micromax Canvas Turbo A250, many would be hoping to see major changes in hardware (both internal and external) and in design front as well.
Rumours are rife that Micromax is expected to release the new Android v4.3 Jelly Bean OS firmware to Canvas Doodle 2 A240, Canvas 4 A210 and Canvas HD A116 soon. However, details regarding actual date of release is still under wraps.