Karbonn A18 vs Micromax Canvas Magnus A117

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I need to decide and I need help on which to purchase. My cousin wants to gift me one but wants me to decide which. Can I have your opinions on which I could buy

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Karbonn A18 vs Micromax Canvas Magnus A117


Based on the question posted, the Micromax Smartphone wins this, hands down. If the budget is for a mid-range to high-end, then definitely go for the Micromax Smartphone. It is well worth the money for its specs. It also depends on your preference in terms of screen size, portability, application compatibility and speed. For the screen size, if you are after a compact phone and would not mind a single core performance, go for the Karbonn A18. If processing power is more important than portability, then go for the Micromax. 

The Micromax Smartphone has a bigger screen at 5.0 inches, at 1280×720 HD resolution (720p) and is only 6 pixels short of retina quality, which means that images are much clearer, texts are much more readable, and games just look absolutely stunning and barely lags thanks to its 1GB RAM. Meanwhile, the Karbonn A18 has a 4.3 inch display with the standard 800×480 resolution (480p). The other factor to consider is the processing power. The Micromax Smartphone is much more powerful, having a 1.5GHz quad-core A7 processor and a PowerVR SGX544 to handle graphics. 

On the other hand, the Karbonn A18 has a 1GHz single core processor coupled with a 512MB RAM, and integrated graphics. In terms of portability, the Micromax Smartphone is definitely bigger than the Karbonn's, thus affecting its portability. If your pockets are not that deep, the Micromax Smartphone can easily look bulky, while the Karbonn Smartphone would still fit nicely in the pocket even with a protective case. 

Your choice mainly depends on the constraints of the budget and the portability of the phone (if it matters that much). As for the overall rating of these phones, the Micromax Canvass Magnus A117 have clearly won over the Karbonn A18 and is a big bang for your buck.

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