Micromax added another new smartphone to its smartphone folio. The company launched Infinity N series as a new smartphone, which was introduced with the Nokia design. It is the company’s first smartphone which comes with the Nokia design. The company has launched N11 and N12 in ‘Infinity-N’. The specifications of both the smartphones are the same. Both smartphones come with MediaTek’s Helio P22 SoC, which has 32 GB of internal storage.
While the N12 comes with 3GB RAM, the N11 has been launched with 2 GB RAM. The front of the phone has a 6.19-inch HD + noch display with resolution of 720 × 1520 pixels and aspect ratio 19: 9. However, before you buy it offline or online, we tell you about its performance. We have used the Micromax N12 for more than a week and is presenting our review of this:
Micromax N12 Build, Design and Display
Micromax All Brand Yu launched the new entry level phone Yu Ace four months ago. In truth, I am not surprised if the company launches N12 as an updated version of Yu Ace, because the design of both smartphones is almost identical. Micromax N12 is a good looking package of bigger battery and dual rear camera.
The front of the phone has a 6.19-inch HD + display, which has a resolution of 720 × 1520 pixels. Aspect ratio of smartphone is 19: 9. The back panel of the smartphone is made of plastic but it gives the glass a froth. This smartphone in the market is available for sale in Velvet Red, Blue Lagoon and Viola Color Options. You can easily hold this smartphone in your hands. However we would advise you to use cover case with handset so that there is no harm if the phone falls. The back of the phone is like a glass, so it easily comes with hand marks.
There is a power button on the ride side of the phone and there are volume rocker buttons on the left side. At the bottom of the phone you get audio jack and micro USB charging port with speaker. There is a SIM tray option in the phone, in which you get two Nano-SIMs Dedicated slots and a MicroSD card slot.
Front notch design has ambient sensor and earpiece with LED flash with camera. The back of the phone has fingerprint sensor with dual camera and flash. According to the price, Micromax Infinity is N12 descent but it can not be called good. I had to adjust its screen consistently in Sunlight. Sharpness is very good in the other smartphones in the market in this range.
The Micromax N12 is a budget device and comes with MediaTek’s Helio P22 SoC, which offers 3 GB of RAM and 32 GB of storage. In De To de Usage I did not feel any big issue in the smartphone. The smartphone works very well on the near stock Android OS. The company’s smartphone comes with Android 8.1 Orei, but the company says it will soon be available for Android pie. The smartphone performance in this price range is fine.
While using the phone, I did not feel a big sloan issue while opening multiple apps and videos. You can easily play lower-graphics games such as Subway Surfers on smartphones. Although PUBG and Asphalt appear to have several frame drops during play. The heating issue did not feel much while playing the game for a long time on the phone. Face Unlock and Fingerprint Sensor for Security in Phone These can not be said so fast, but they work fine.
The Micromax N12 has a 13-megapixel + 5-megapixel dual camera setup. The phone has 16 megapixel camera sensors for selfie. Both the smartphone’s cameras come with Artificial Intelligence (AI) and there are multiple shooting modes. I clicked a lot of photos during this holiday trip.
However, lack of detail and sharpness in the photo can be seen. The image processing of the smartphone was felt very slow. Noise can be seen clearly in the picture taken in low-light. In Daylight, the phone’s front and back camera clicks on an average. You can easily switch between video, photo, beauty, FaceCute and Bokeh effects. You can see a picture taken from a smartphone.
The USP of the smartphone is its battery. The infinity N12 has a battery of 4000 mAh. The battery of the smartphone easily becomes a heart during normal usage. In the meantime I playback emails, social networks, navigation and video in the phone. Heavy user users may have to charge it once in the night. It takes you more than two hours to charge the smartphone’s battery in full.
Buy or not
Infinity N12 has been launched by the company at a price of Rs 9,999. In such a situation, this can be an option for a lot of people. Although it can not be called best in its price segment. The phone’s USP is its battery and stylish design. If you have these two priorities then you can buy it. However in this range you can see Redmi, Honor and Nokia 5.1 Plus.