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Micromax W121 Canvas Win

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International Review By igyaan.in on 71

Priced around the Rs. 7,800 , the Canvas Win W121 is a decent choice if you are on a lookout for a smooth overall Windows experience without any compromise on screen size and build quality. It has some great features but completely misses out on other...

International Review By themobileindian.com on 70

Currently, under Rs 10,000, the Micromax Canvas Win has three opponents in the Windows OS segment, namely Nokia Lumia 630 Dual, Lumia 530 Dual, and Xolo Win Q900S. Canvas Win has the advantage of a bigger display but feature wise there is hardly any...

International Review By gadgetspeaks.com on

Micromax and Karbonn have come out with Windows Phone. Microsoft has finally rolled out OEMs to these budget smartphone makers and this will surely work in favour of Windows Phone. Micromax came out with its Canvas Win 121. It is a nice phone with good...

International Review By pcquest.com on

As expected, Micromax becomes the first Indian brand to launch Windows Phone based smartphone. The company has announced two devices that form part of the Canvas Win series. The phones: Canvas Win W092 and Canvas Win W121 are priced at Rs 6,500 and Rs...

International Review By gadgets.ndtv.com on

New handset makers have come on board with Microsoft's Windows Phone platform after years, and the first launches have happened in India. Microsoft, at its Build conference in San Francisco, had announced new hardware partners for the Windows Phone...

International Review By wpxbox.com on

Micromax launched two budget Windows Phone in low end and mid-low end segment yesterday and we have the hands on of both the devices with us.Just before you start, these videos were shot by Raju from TechPP . He was at the launch event and managed to get...

International Review By intellectdigest.in on

Micromax and Microsoft has partnered to launch a lineup of Windows Phone for India. What is even more interesting is that these phones will be powered by Qualcomm processors and not by Mediatek as opposed to what we have seen in the Android series phones...