Micromax Canvas Elanza Launched at Rs 9400

By February 11th, 2014 AT 1:04 AM

When I first heard of Elanza, the latest phablet from Micromax, I just wonder what does it mean. Well Elanza means safe haven of comfort. And truly it gives that to your pocket with just Rs 9400 price tag.


Micromax Canvas Elanza A93 comes with usual Android refinements, and you won’t complain to those at this price. It has 5 inch QHD 540x960p display, 1.3GHz dual core MediaTek processor, 1GB RAM, 4GB internal storage and upto 32GB microSD slot. It runs on Android 4.2 Jelly Bean, which is pretty fast on this decent set of hardware. It has 5MP rear camera and 0.3MP front camera, not too disappointing for shutterbugs.

It comes with 1950 mAh battery, WiFi, WiFi hotspot, microUSB, GPS and FM Radio.

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@ram Wintel has been more or less a matter of fate and adoption and not a cartel in anyways.When IBM first entered the PC market it was the most prestigious manufacturer and eventually used an intel processor and a version of DOS in its first PC.IBM’s first PC which sported DOS and intel became very popular and many other manufacturers like compaq followed IBMs business model and created clones with DOS and intel.Software developers then began making software for windows and x-86 architecture specifically.IBM in the long run doomed whereas intel and microsoft flourished as PC makers like compaq and… Read more »


@Rama It seems either you are biased for some unknown reason or don’t know the real stories. You are comparing between cats & dogs. There are similarities between them, not to that extent what you are doing. Also, history is always a playground for those in power, I mean everyone wants to rewrite history. You need to be very much alert & careful while studying history. And Android is not a company, it’s an OS, and as it (the core OS) is GNU compliant you yourself can bring out a device using it or it’s modified version, nobody will prevent… Read more »


I know that most of my comments have been against google and samsung or in favour of apple and microsoft but whatever I say is based on facts.Google is open source and anyone can make use of it,agreed!.But even windows can be licenced by any PC manufacturer.Only difference is that android is free and windows is propietary.You said wintel is a cartel and I assume you are saying so because most windows laptops ship with intel processors but similarly most android handsets from branded manufacturers ship with qualcomm processors so is android+qualcomm a cartel. Its easier to form a cartel… Read more »


Oooops! sorry, I left unfinished.

Android OS (the core part) is _not_ GNU compliant, it’s GNU GPL compliant,
i.e., GNU General Public License.

To be more specific, it’s licensed under Apache License 2.0, which is GNU GPL compliant. And it’s that because G*le has no other feasible option. Hope, you probably know the (unmodified) history. 🙂


All Android Phones Should Have Atleast 8GB Internal Memory & 1 GB Ram !


Yeah! Parliament should pass a resolution regarding this. The Quality Droid, In The Hands of Aam Aadami.

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