There were a lot of good reviews when the Micromax Canvas Knight was first launched and we couldn’t wait to see what the fuss was all about. It was a very good thing since their last handsets didn’t make quite an impression on the gadget lovers. The Micromax Canvas Knight is based on the Wiko Highway which is owned by a Chinese ODM. The Canvas Knight line-up is based around MediaTek chipsets. It has the same specifications and design as the Highway smartphone.
The Micromax Canvas Knight looks very cool in all black even though some might say that it looks a lot like an iPhone or a Xperia Z1. It comes in a chassis made of aluminum which gives it a sturdy hold and it looks like a premium smartphone because of the double-sided glass. It features 32GB of storage and two SIM card slots. It doesn’t have a microSD slot but the 32GB will do.
The Micromax Canvas Knight has a 5 inches display and it fits perfectly in your hand. As for the CPU it’s a octa-core with a smooth functioning UI. It features a 16MP rear camera with an OmniVision sensor, an electronic image stabilization and a M8 Largan lens which can capture in rapid succession high resolution images.
Micromax Canvas Knight Features
With a 5 inch full HD screen you can watch videos and movies at a very high quality. It supports formats like MOV, AVI and MP4. The Micromax Canvas Knight can also play MKV videos, unlike other Canvas smartphones. The battery is a 2350 mAh that can last all day if used on low brightness. On full brightness mode and regular use it can last 10 hours.
The Micromax Canvas Knight is a stylish and functional smartphone that can compete with any other Android phones at any time.