Lenovo A2010 Vs Micromax Canvas Spark
With increasing domination budget phones, Chinese tech giant, Lenovo has introduced a new 4G phone with a great set of specs, Lenovo A2010. Featuring an impressive combination of improved design and upgraded hardware, the latest Lenovo handsetfollows the line of ZTE and Phicomm and comes at a very competitive price bracket. It packs a real punch against leading budget phones, and goes straight against the likes of Micromax’s finest beauty, Canvas sparkQ380.
While Lenovo A2010 packs advantages of improved connectivity, Canvas Spark offers a better overall package with improved hardware and software elements. It boasts great performance right out-of-the box, and comes with the bunch of offers online as well offline.So, if you’re planning on buying any of these phones, check our detailed comparison to know major similarities and differences between them!
Design and Build
When it comes to design, Lenovo A2010 and Canvas Spark Q380 both flaunt a decent look from all-angles.The two phones feature plastic bodies and give a great grip to carry around from one place to another.Both feel pretty sturdy, but the April-launchedCanvas Spark looks slightly better with mere 134 grams of weight and 8.5mm thickness. It feels slimmer and lighter than Lenovo A2010, and comes in an appealing color combination of White/ Gold and Grey/Silver. The new Lenovo A2010 comes in traditional Black and Pearl White color options.
In terms of visual capabilities,Lenovo A2010 and Canvas Spark Q380 both pack a nice viewing experience with their respective displays. On one hand, the latest beauty from Lenovo flaunts a decent 4.5-inch FWVGA display, while on the other, Micromax Canvas Spark features a slightly better 4.7-inch qHD IPS display. It comes protected with Corning Gorilla Glass 3, boasts a better viewing experience with IPS technology, and delivers accurate colors and better contrasts from all angles. On whole, movies and games will look slightly better on Canvas Spark.
Under the hood, Lenovo A2010 and Micromax Canvas Spark both feature top-grade hardware to deliver extremely smooth and glitch-free performance.On one hand, the cheapest 4G phone from Lenovo has been powered by a quad-core MediaTek MT6735M chipset clocked at 1GHz, coupled with 1GB of RAM and Mali-T720 GPU, while on the other, Micromax Canvas Spark boasts a quad-core MediaTek MT6582M processor clocked at 1.3GHz coupled with 1GB of RAM and Mali-400 GPU. Both phones feature smooth performance with decent hardware specs, but Micromax Canvas Spark again looks slightly better with a faster and upgraded chipset.
On the software front,Lenovo A2010 and Micromax Canvas Spark both pack prolific operating capabilities with the latest version of Android. On one hand, Lenovo A2010 runs Android 5.1 Lollipop with its own custom skin, while on the other, Canvas Spark runs Android 5.0 Lollipop, but without any custom skin.The interface of both phones is subtle but, you’ll be getting decent amount of bloatware on both of these devices.
When it comes to photography, Micromax Canvas Spark totally outstands Lenovo A2010. The finest budgetphone from Micromax has been equipped with an 8-megapixel rear and 2-megapixel front-facing snapper. It comes with a bunch of features (autofocus, LED flash, geo-tagging), and packs a higher pixel count than Lenovo A2010 which comes with a 5-megapixel rear and 2-megapixel front-facing shooter.Both phones promise decent image production under lowlight and daylight, but Canvas Spark performsmuch better by producing images with higher-pixel resolution.
In terms of storage, both phones go head to head, and pack sufficient room for keeping a rich collection of apps, docs, and medial files. Micromax Canvas Spark and Lenovo A2010 both boast 8 gigs of inbuilt memory, further expandable by up to 32GB via micro-SD card. There is no difference between them, and you can easily keep several apps for work and play.
The only element which makes Lenovo A2010 outstand is itsconnectivity.Apart from standard connectivity options (3G HSPA+, GPRS/EDGE, A-GPS, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and micro-USB 2.0), the latest phone from Lenovo also packs an added advantage of 4G LTE connectivity.It supports LTE band 3(1800) andBand 40(2300) currently deployed in India, and delivers lightning fast download and upload speed right on-the go.Connectivity on Canvas Spark is limited up to 3G HSPA+, but is not good enough to take on Lenovo A2010.
Even in terms of battery capabilities, Micromax Canvas Spark and Lenovo A2010 both go head to head. The two budget beauties feature similar battery capacity of 2000 mAh, and promise decent backup for work and play. They hold sufficient amount of juice throughout the day, and serve well-enough to cater standard requirements without any problems.Whether you’re at home, at work, or on-the move, the power-support packed with both phones will keep you connected.
As of now, Micromax Canvas Spark is hitting the shelves exclusively via Snapdeal at Rs. 4,999, while Lenovo A2010will come at a tempting price tag of Rs. 4,990 via Flipkart.Both phones will be sold via Flash sale model, and the next sale has been scheduled for August 26 (Canvas Spark Q380)and September 3 (Lenovo A2010) respectively.
Both phones are powerful, new, and impressive, and we welcome both on-board! But, in order to simplify the buying process, we might consider Canvas Spark over Lenovo A2010.The powerful budget beauty from Micromax steps ahead with an improved display, faster processor, and better camera, while Lenovo A2010 gets a thumbs up only because of LTE capabilities. So, unless you want lightning fast download and upload speeds, Micromax Canvas Spark is a better smartphone under 5k. It serves really well, and can certainly cater all your needs without any issues or lags. However, if high-internet speed is a thing for you, Lenovo A2010 become the best phone under 5k. There are other options too, but performance Lenovo will stay right on the mark! In fact, it all depends on your needs that which type of phone will fit well as per your requirements!