Micromax Canvas 6 Pro was launched today in India. The latest phone from Micromax comes with a 5.5 inch display and an octa-core processor. Micromax launched a bunch of other phones today, along with the Canvas 6. The Canvas 6 Pro is a slightly better specc’ed phone compared to the Canvas 6. In this quick review, we are going to take a look at the specifications of the Canvas 6 Pro.

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Micromax Canvas 6 Pro Specifications

Key SpecsMicromax Canvas 6 Pro
Display5.5 inches IPS LCD
Screen ResolutionFull HD (1920x1080)
Operating SystemAndroid Lollipop 5.1
Processor Octa-core 2 GHz Cortex-A53
ChipsetMediatek MT6795 Helio X10
Memory4 GB RAM
Inbuilt Storage 16 GB
Storage UpgradeYes, upto 64 GB via microSD
Primary Camera13 MP with LED flash
Video recording1080p @ 30fps
Secondary Camera5 MP
Battery 3000 mAh
Fingerprint SensorNo
NFCNo
4G readyYes
SIM card typeDual SIM
WaterproofNo
Price INR 13,999

Micromax Canvas 6 Pro Photo Gallery

Physical Overview

The Micromax Canvas 6 Pro comes in a plastic shell that looks quite minimalist. Compared to the Canvas 6, it looks much better both in terms of the design as well as the feel in hands. The ever so slightly curved glass adds to the looks, but it can be a bit of a trouble to apply a screenguard. That said, it blends well with the sides of the device.

Micromax Canvas 6 Pro

On the front of the phone, you will find the 5.5 inch full HD IPS LCD display. Above the display, there is the earpiece and the front camera. Micromax has ditched capacitive buttons for the Canvas 6 Pro and opted for the regular on-screen buttons instead. This helps in retaining the stock Android look as well as reducing the design distractions.

Micromax Canvas 6 Pro

On the back of the phone, you will find a 13 MP camera and an LED flash. Just below the camera module, you will find the new Micromax logo. Apart from that, the back of the phone is clean.

Micromax Canvas 6 Pro

Coming to the sides of the Canvas 6 Pro – the right side of the device houses the power button and the volume rocker. The left side of the phone has been left empty. Micromax has placed the SIM tray and the microSD card slot both under the battery cover, so you cannot hot-swap your SIM card.

On the top, you will find the second microphone for noise cancellation and the 3.5 mm headphone jack. On the bottom, there’s the microUSB port.

User Interface

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The Micromax Canvas 6 Pro comes with Android 5.1 Lollipop out of the box. While Micromax is not installing a custom skin now, the OS has been tweaked to add some extra features and apps. Other than that, this is basically stock Android 5.1.1 Lollipop.

Camera Overview

The Canvas 6 Pro comes with a 13 MP camera and an LED flash. The camera features Phase Detection Autofocus, which should help drastically to reduce focusing times. You can also record 1080p videos at a smooth 30 frames per second. The front camera is a 5 MP unit. In the coming days, we are going to test this phone extensively and publish our detailed findings about the camera. Be on the lookout for our review.

Price and Availability

The Micromax Canvas 6 Pro comes with a price tag of Rs. 13,999. The phone is already available for pre-order right now on Micromax’s website. If you are interested, you can book yours today.

Comparison & Competition

The Canvas 6 Pro has entered an extremely competitive price segment. With companies like Xiaomi launching new phones in this price range, Micromax has decided that it needs to step up its game. The Canvas 6 Pro is a step in this direction. Other than the Xiaomi Redmi Note 3, the Canvas 6 Pro will have to beat the Moto G Turbo as well.

Conclusion

Micromax has had a difficult year and the company has woken up to see the damage it has sustained. The Canvas 6 Pro, in addition to the 15 other phones launched today aims to help the company rise again. It looks like a really good value for money device on paper. As we continue to test it out, come back for our full review of the Canvas 6 Pro in the coming days.

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Rounak is techie by heart and journalist by profession. He is responsible to take care of editing job at Gadgets To Use. Driven by curiosity and a thirst to learn new things in life, he is always intrigued by the things we can do with a gadget in our hands. A stock Android and Nexus fan, he also enjoys cricket and reading in his free time.