Comparison – Micromax Canvas Turbo vs Canvas 4

Micromax has now turned out their luck by entering high-end phones at compatible prices. After making a steady way into the new-age affordable android powered phones, the consumer giant has launched their super advanced android supported Smartphones of the era – Canvas 4 and Canvas Turbo. Both devices follow almost similar standards of well-known Global cellular giants, with minor variation.

Both the feature phones have dual SIM function with captivating touchscreen support. Here, we will undergo an explicit analytical study of the two latest featured Smartphones – Canvas 4 and Canvas Turbo.

Micromax Canvas Turbo vs Canvas 4


To start with their display feature, Canvas Turbo is certainly a true HD device from Micromax. Both the gadgets have 5-inch display screen. However, according to specifications, Canvas 4 does not have HD display quality; however, it does support 720p screen resolution.


The devices gather extreme functional power from MediaTek processors. Canvas 4 adopts MT6589 processor which is a generation older version; while the Turbo counterpart features an updated version, MT6589T. Canvas 4 features 1.2GHz quad core processor; while Canvas Turbo runs on 1.5GHz quad core.


Canvas 4 from Micromax runs on an upgraded android 4.2.1 Operating System; whereas, Canvas Turbo relies on Android 4.2 version. The Turbo model, on the other hand, features Java support, which is absent in Canvas 4.


Both the devices come with a similar camera features- 13MP rear camera and 8MP front camera. Both devices also have additional flash.

Memory support

Canvas 4 sports 1GB ROM memory; while, Turbo supports 2GB.

Both Canvas 4 and Turbo from Micromax have an internal 16GB memory platform. However, Canvas 4 enjoys an edge over Turbo in this sector. Canvas 4 enjoys an extendable 32GB additional storage with supportive micro SD card, which the Turbo variety lacks.

Battery power

With battery power of 2000mAh for both Turbo and Canvas 4, Micromax certainly faces a bit competition in the market. Although the battery aims to work profoundly for a number of handsets; yet, high features gadgets like Canvas 4 and Turbo would ultimately experience shorter functioning duration with such battery type.


Canvas 4 and Turbo from Micromax come with advanced WI-Fi support systems. They also include v4.00 Bluetooth feature, along with GPS facility. The Smartphones under both categories bears charging facility via Micro-USB.

Other feature sensors

Apart from these general features, both gadgets offer a wide range of added features that perhaps a handful of high-priced smart devices have in store.

Canvas 4 does not come with Magnetometer or Compass, which is available in the Turbo variety. The Turbo also features Gyroscope. Both models enjoy the privilege of proximity sensors, ambient light sensors and accelerometer.

Canvas 4 also have additional features like unlocking by shaking, unlocking with a blow, gesture etc. In addition to these, Micromax Turbo also offers the privilege of gestures and software tweaks. The UI camera also offers a number of tricky features for viewers experience like, cinemagraph, object eraser and 360 degree panoramic view capture.

With such advanced and innovative features, both Canvas 4 and Turbo have promising prospects to entertain and mesmerize users. However, their battery power is still in question according to few experts. The Turbo variant from Micromax is also dearer in comparison to Canvas 4.

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