Micromax Canvas Infinity Smartphone Series To Launch On August 22

Micromax Canvas

Micromax is scheduled to launch a new range of Micromax Canvas Infinity smartphone series on August 22. The media invitations for the launch event of the Micromax Canvas Infinity smartphone has been mailed to all tech enthusiasts with the caption Block your Date.

According to sources, the India-based smartphone manufacturer is gearing up to launch multiple handsets under the Infinity series in a bid to compete with the likes of the Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8+, LG G6 and the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 8.

Upon inspection of the teaser image, we can infer that the new Micromax Infinity series will ship with a display comprising of 18:9 aspect ratio. The invite includes a message “Let’s put a number to infinity” coupled with the launch date and the image of the upcoming smartphone. On the top right-hand side, you will find the official logo of the Micromax with the punch line.

Micromax Canvas Infinity Launch Media Invite

As the name indicates, the smartphones under the Micromax Infinity series will have slim and thin bezels. Moreover, the handset will be oriented only for users who would love to watch plenty of multimedia content such as YouTube videos.

The devices will not ship with a physical home button but will be replaced by on-screen navigation buttons. In addition to the Infinity series, Microsoft is also scheduled to launch the all new Evok Dual smartphone before the end of 2017. The phone has been under the scanner of the rumor mills for quite some time.

If you are not a big fan of Micromax, LG Q6 is here to your rescue featuring FullVision display and priced at Rs. 14990. The highlight of the LG Q6 is the integration of a 5.5-inch FullVision display with curved edges and the capability to unlock using the face.

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