Micromax Canvas Lite A92



Features and Specifications

Sales Package

  • Handset
  • Battery
  • Charger
  • User Manual
  • Warranty Card


Width 77 mm
Height 147 mm
Thickness 10.8 mm


Internal Memory 0.94 GB(for mass storage)
Expandable Memory 32 GB
RAM 512 MB

Special Features

Dual Sim Support Yes, GSM + GSM
Platform Android 4.1.2 (Jelly Bean)
Processor Detail 1 GHz Dual Core
Language Support Hindi And English Language Support
Sensors G Sensor, Light Se...
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Features and Specifications


Expandable Memory 32 GB
RAM 512 MB

Special Features

Dual Sim Support Yes, WCDMA + GSM
Platform Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich)
Processor Detail 1 GHz Dual Core
Sensors G Sensor


Display Type Capacitive Touchscreen
Resolution WVGA, 480 x 800 pixels
Screen Size 3.9 inches


Primary Camera 5 megapixels
Front/Secondary Camera Digital Camera
Video Recording Yes

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