Its now time to put that 8MP sensor to the test to see if the Micromax Canvas 2 A110 can outperform the same sensor on the iBall Andi 4.5h and the smaller 5MP sensor on the A21.
We’ve pitted the Micromax Superfone Canvas 2 A110 against the Karbonn A21 and the iBall Andi 4.5h in a grudge match and on paper, the Canvas 2 manages to edge out the A21 while losing the battle with the Andi 4.5h. It’s now time to put that 8MP sensor to the test to see if it can outperform the same sensor on the iBall and the smaller 5MP sensor on the A21. All the phones are somewhat on an even playing field as they are all running stock Android Ice Cream Sandwich and have LED flashes. We’ve put together different shooting scenarios to test the camera’s ability to adapt under various lighting conditions. Let’s have a look at the results and find out which handset is the best when it comes to snapping pictures. The first image was shot indoors with multi-coloured light strings as the light source. These lights were kept static and not flashing or in any pattern, so we had the same lighting condition for all the handsets. Flash was off for this test.Click here for full story