Smartphones have already entered the octa-core phase, however, only a few smartphone brands have launched devices which run on a true octa-core processor. To make things clear, a true octa-core processor means that all of its cores run on the same clock speed and at the same time. Samsung’s Exynos 5 Octa 5410, which was seen on the Galaxy S4, is not a true octa-core as four of its cores are clocked at 1.6 GHz and the rest run on 1.2 GHz.
MediaTek is probably the only company whose true octa-core SoCs are being featured on smartphones. The recently announced Micromax Canvas Knight, with its competitive price tag, seems to be the next big game killer from Micromax.
So where does the Micromax Canvas Knight stand against iBerry Auxus Nuclea N2, the Motorola Moto G and the Samsung Galaxy Grand 2? Check out the comparison below...
|Micromax Canvas Knight||iberry Auxus Nuclea N2||Motorola Moto G||Samsung Galaxy Grand 2|
|Display||5 inch IPS LCD Full HD (441ppi)||5.7 Full HD IPS LCD (386ppi)||4.5 inch HD IPS LCD (326ppi)||5.25 inch HD TFT (280ppi)|
|Processor||2GHz Octa-Core MediaTek||1.7GHz Octa-Core MediaTek||1.2GHz Quad-Core Snapdragon 400||1.2GHz Quad-Core Snapdragon 400|
|GPU||Mali-450||Mali-450||Adreno 305||Adreno 305|
|Storage||32GB||16GB, expandable via microSD||16/32GB||8GB, expandable via microSD|
|OS||Android 4.2.2||Android 4.2.2||Android 4.4.2||Android 4.3|
The Canvas Knight proves to be quite a winner when it comes down to specs. Will it be just as good in the performance department? To find out, do catch our performance update of the Canvas Knight which will be posted very soon.