Micromax EG111 Review

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This is a trademark Micromax phones, it probably feels like any other Micromax phone of the same price range in a different body. At many places they still baffle me considering what they have and what they have to offer.

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Design

I frankly, am not a fan of Micromax phones. The Micromax EG111 Micromax EG111 is one of these designs and built quality that I frankly do not like. They should introduce something that XOLO uses, it is cheap yet it feels great in hands. But the plastic-matte texturized back of the Micromax EG111 is just not the way to go. Though, the curve of the back certainly gives you a nice hold on it.

Display

Micromax EG111 has a 5.3 inch 720p display. The colours and detailing is fairly decent. It is mostly like a Samsung display but with much better clarity of colours (same price range Samsung display). The black levels are not that great and while watching a movie you can see the white streaks over the edges. Viewing angles are also not that great and we wish Micromax does a better job next time considering Micromax EG111.

Camera

8MP camera is a very standard way to go these days in smartphones. The one on this one is pretty ok. It is good enough to make your social profile on networking sties seem decent enough with you profile picture. Micromax EG111’s 8MP camera produces nice images but they are not true to the actual colours of the subjects. The camera UI gives you good controls in hands. Micromax EG111 is pretty nice.

Software

Micromax EG111 has one of those general Android user interfaces. It runs on the Android v4.1 Jelly Bean which gives you tons of features. But given the release of Micromax EG111, v4.1 is pretty old now, almost ancient in tech timeline. Micromax EG111 works pretty clean with the whole suit.

Performance

Micromax EG111 fancies a 1.2GHz Quad Core processor. Even the best of the games work like magic on this. Only time will tell the durability of this processor. The 1GB RAM gives it decent enough multitasking power and almost makes it seem flawless. You do not get NFC but Bluetooth is available for sharing and pairing with 3rd party devices. You get 4GB internal memory expandable to 32GB.

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Sinha

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