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Micromax Infinity N12 Review 2019

Now it plans to come back with two new smartphones - MicromaxInfiniti N11 and Micromax Infiniti N12 - in which both claim to offer competent hardware, good cameras and attractive design at competitive price points.

For review, we have a strong pair of Micromax N12.

On paper, Micromax Infinity N12 appears to be a well-rounded offer - with a double rear camera, a display note, and a large battery - which is probably the popular sub-rupee.

Micromax Infinity N12 Review 2019

 Micromax Infinity N12 Review

Samsung Galaxy M20 Galaxy 12,899 (Review), Realme 2 (Review), Redmi Note 5 Pro 5 11.594 (Review), Asus ZenFone Max Pro M1 (Review), and Xiaomi Redmi Y2 ₹ 8,999 (Review) 10,000 smartphones. But can MicraMax's latest device get rid of them, or the return in the company's game is very low, too late? Let's find out in the deep review of the Micromax Infiniti N12.


• Micromax Infinity N12 MediaTek powered by Helio P22 SoC

• It packs 6.19-inch HD + display with an 18.9: 9 aspect ratio

Micromax smartphone has a 16-megapixel front camera

Micromax Infinity N12 Design

With Micromax Infinity N12, the company aims not only to reduce its competitiveness in terms of sheer value for money, but to create a separate identity for itself with an informally attractive design.

Micromax Infinity N12 comes in three color options: Blue Lagoon, Velvet Red, and Viola (which is black).

We have a Blue Lagoon version for review which shows a gradient texture on its rear panel and looks quite attractive.

Velvet Red and Viola options are lacking in this shield and it looks like a glossy plastic slab. In comparison, the Blue Lagoon variant looks more vibrant, but it also lengthened to an extent.

The color scheme is very similar to the recently launched OPO 1, which also looks good in the person.

Highly contemplative finishes and bright colors may not suit the taste of those who are looking for something to understand. Besides, all this glow comes at a cost.

The bright rear panel is a fingerprint magnet and actually smooths smoothly. We also noticed that the rear panel quickly gets spoiled, and within a few days of using this smartphone, we have seen small marks on the whole back.
For build quality, Micromax Infiniti N12 is made of plastic, in which there is a whole rear curving around the sides to form a smooth profile.

Plastic is fairly strong, and we have not reported bending or crushing anywhere on the body, we have unlike flickering rear panels seen in some sub-ropes. 10,000 smartphones Volume and power buttons are slightly raised and provide good touch feedback.

The SIM card tray is at the top of the phone, and can accommodate two nano-SIM cards and a microSD card. Below is a speaker grill, micro-USB port, 3.5mm headphone jack and a microphone.

The Micromax Infiniti N12 is not a very lightweight device, which binds the scales at 164g, and is quite a handful with dimensions of 156 x 76.2 x 8.5mm. Using this phone with one hand is going to be cumbersome.

For the content of the box, they include a power adapter, headset and some paperwork with the power rating of Micromax Infinity N12 smartphone, SIM ejection tool, micro-USB cable, 5V / 1.5A. Overall, Micromax has done a great job of making an affordable smartphone that could change some of its key functions with aesthetics.

Micromax Infiniti N12 Specification and Software

The Micromax Infinity N12 has a 6.19-inch HD + (720x1500 pixels) display with 18.9: 9 aspect ratios.

There is a wide selection of upstairs sleighs, earpieces and a soft LED flash. While the notch has helped to free some screen real estate at the top, there is still a thick chin below.

This phone is powered by the MediaTek Helio P22 processor, which is a popular choice in this price segment, which gives the power of Redmi 6, 8,498 and Vivo Y93, 12,300- to 2.0Hz.

 Micromax offers Infinity N12 with 32 GB of storage in single configuration with 3 GB RAM, which can be increased in dedicated slots using microSD card (up to 128 GB).

In the connectivity department you get Wi-Fi 802.11 B / G / N, 4G, Bluetooth 4.2 and GPS. Onboard sensors include Gyroscope, Gravity Sensor, Proximity Sensor, Ambient Light Sensor and Fingerprint Sensor. There is also support for FM radio.

On the software, Micromax Infinity N12 runs its own steroid launcher of the company, which looks like the near-stock Android 8.1 Orao, and comes with some of its company's own app.

Micromax had promised to roll out an Android 9 pie update for the smartphone within 45 days of launch, but it still remains to be released, though two months have passed.

The unit we had for review was running Android 8.1.0 with the December Android security patches.

As far as user experience goes, Micromax Infinity N12 does not offer anything special to earn extra points. UI is mostly clean with stock presence Android. However, preinstalled apps are full of ads and do not bring anything useful for the table.

For example, 'Game Center' is basically a store for web-based mobile games, but we can barely play any of them without seeing ads.

The same goes for 'BrowserMi Browser', 'App Center' and 'Around', which offer half-baked experiences with additional annoyance, pop-up notifications and slow interfaces of all advertisements.

Micromax Infiniti offers the DuroSpeed ​​feature of the N12 MediaTek, which claims to increase the speed of the background app, which restricts the activities of those running in the background.

Another preinstalled app is Mobile Assistant, which displays real-time statistics like RAM and storage usage, and can scan devices for malware and junk files.

It has been claimed that the app has been developed in collaboration with McAfee, but we did not find it particularly useful.

In-house steroid launcher offers a few nifty optimization tools to tweak the theme, icon and home screen layout.

However, accessing those tools is not an easy task, and we had to delete the settings in the Settings app within the section App and Notification section to make the desired adjustments.

Long-pressing on the home screen opens pop-ups with Wi-Fi, flight mode, and hotspot among others, music playback controls such as Universal Customization Tools and settings and camera app shortcuts.

However, it seems redundant to be populated with shortcuts like Bluetooth, location and hotspot when they are already available in the notification shade.

Apart from this, the optimization controls available in the disposal of users are mostly aesthetically in nature and some other launchers such as the Nova Launcher are not close to the combination of functionality and versatility.
Micromax Infinity N12 display, camera and battery life

We tested Micromax Infinity N12 as our daily driver for more than a week, and our experience of using a smartphone was a mixed bag.

Starting with ergonomics, the use of one hand was not really easy, and it was quite a struggle to reach the material in the corners or opposite sides of the screen with only thumb. On the bright side, the device is not as slippery as the bright rear panel can convince you.

For the quality of the display, its color rendering and accuracy are about average. The viewing angles are decent, but there is some distortion when viewed from the angles.

The brightness level of the summit is satisfactory, which certainly helps when using this smartphone under the sun's light.

Lower resolution such as large screen results in sub-parse pixel density, which takes a toll on overall visual quality.

The fuzzy appearances in the edges of the images and text In addition, the display is also quite reflexive.

 However, there was some problem with the Face Recognition feature, which prevented it from working entirely on our review unit.

Despite repeatedly taping the option 'Unface Unlock' in the settings menu, this bus will not enter the input.

We experienced problems on two review units of the MicromaxInfiniti N12, and despite doing a factory reset, we could not get it to work.

We reached Micromax, but did not get the response to identify the root cause of this issue and whether it can be fixed with software updates.

However, we managed to try two extra units of the Micromax Infiniti N12 by visiting the retail store, and found that the functionality of the Face Unlock works on both of these, which means that buyers (hopefully) will not have this problem.

Coming in to the display, MediaTek, which powers Micromax Infinity N12, is quite capable of getting regular use such as Helio P22 Casual Web Browsing and Light Multitasking. Switching between different apps was an air, but the moment we changed gear and turned into heavy games, smartphones started stuttering.

When we have many internet-related apps in the background, the occasional interval becomes more noticeable.

The casual games played fine in our tests, but when it came to graphics-intensive games, the experience was very bad. PUBG Mobile, for example, was set to have a lower graphics preset by default, but still the game was rendered unexpectedly by stopping intermittently every time.

Games have also been crashed many times, which surely some potential buyers should keep in mind. The device gets heated with heavy use, but it is mainly concentrated in the area above the fingerprint sensor and does not reach a point where it can be uncomfortable to catch this phone.

When it comes to synthetic benchmark scores, the Micromax Infinity N12 scored 71,412 in AnTuTu, which is similar to Xiaomi Redmi 6 in Ballpark.

Geekbench failed to run 4, and just returned the communication error with the server of the benchmarking platform.

Returning to the Baasmark Web 67.95 running in the Google Chrome browser. This phone manages 20fps in the GFXBench T-Rex test; 3DMark Ice Storm Extreme 7,528; And in the 3DMark sling shot 629

which includes a 13-megapixel primary sensor and a 5-megapixel secondary sensor. The device has features such as ISO and exposure compensation such as slo-mo and time-lapse video recording, beautification and pro-mode modes.

There is an AI mode which claims to customize camera settings for different conditions, but we found that it has been enabled in light yellow color for photos captured under artificial light. One can choose between eight different visual modes, Bokeh can capture shots, and use face mode to apply bizarre AR effects like masks and cartoon faces for selfies.

Selfie is controlled by a 16-megapixel front camera. Micromax Infinity N12 took live selfie under daylight, which had natural skin tone and minimum overblow color.

Beauty mode, which allows you to choose between six beautification levels, makes skin texture aggressively smooth and turns facial features such as your jawline and the shape of your eyes.

However, in its bid to lighten the color of the skin, we saw that it also wash the real colors of objects in the background. Needless to say, the selfie taken with beauty mode looked artificial and could easily be identified. For the selfie captured in low light, there were lots of noise and grains with some silent colors.

There is also the option of taking selfie with the Bokeh effect, but it is mostly hit or miss in most cases and it comes to age detection.

Unfortunately, there is no HDR support for the front camera, so if you are expecting selfie with rich color and depth, then you are out of luck.

Coming to the display of double rear cameras, the photos we shot were quite good, when there was plenty of natural light, especially with close-up shots. The camera captured live images, and the edges of the objects were well defined in the focus.

HDR mode helps, but shooting photos with HDR enabled can be somewhat frustrating, because the Micromax Infinity N12 takes a little more than three seconds to process a shot before taking a shot.

While the photos are usually clear, we saw that the colors became silent in the landscape with sub optimal natural light, and there was also a lack of sharpness.

The rear sensor was fast on locking focus, which came in handy.
Low-light performance is only average and leaves a lot to be desired. Details were missing and color saturation also took a hit in our sample shots, with the noise falling in quality. Talking about low-light photography, budget smartphones become weak again.

On the other hand, Bokeh mode gave us decent picture shots with a blurred background. The intensity of the blur effect can be adjusted when the shots are saved well after the shoot, which is certainly good to be in someone's disposal. However, the edge detection could have been better.

Tap to see Micromax Infinity N12 camera samples

In short, the performance of the camera of Micromax Infinity N12 can be rated on average as the best, and if you are not very qualified about small details, then it is possible to share casual photos on social media platforms. Will work.

For audio performance, the speaker can get sufficiently loud, but raising it raises a very noticeable distortion that does not delight the ears. Another downside is that when we tilt our fingers to cover the speaker grill, the sound was suppressed in the scenario.

The bundle earphones provided by the company are of low quality and are good for telephony. For the quality of the call, the voices were clear and there was no problem at the end of the receiver.

One area where Micromax Infinity N12 shines is the battery life. Smartphone's 4,000mAh battery used to be a full day of use, including web surfing, within two hours of using the social media app, two or three rounds of PUBG mobile, and of course call. On average, we achieved about 10 hours and 40 minutes of active use before the battery was over.

Figures will differ based on the pattern of usage, but the longevity of the battery is still on the higher side and most users do not leave to the nearest charger before the end of the day. In our HD Video Loop Test, Micromax Infinity N12 lasted 11 hours and 03 minutes.


 Launched on At Rs 9,999, Micromax Infinity N12 is currently priced at about Rs. 9,500 on e-commerce sites The price segment that falls in it is characteristic of fierce competition, so when this smartphone tries to make a case for itself with its attractive designs, large batteries and decent cameras, then the rivals performing better than the more established brands The presence of actually prevents it from being formed.

Samsung Galaxy M20 (Review), Realme 2 (Review), Redmi Note 5 Pro, Review, Asus ZenFone Max Pro M1 (Review), and Xiaomi Redmi Y2 (Review) are among the smartphones that offer better value for money.

Along with the newly launched Redmi Note 7, along with the new competition, which we will soon test.

Although none of the models mentioned above can be considered ideal, the professionals introduced by them have gone far beyond the opposition, and when compared with Micromax Infinity N12, many of them will look stronger overall .

Micromax Infinity N12 shines in some areas, but it is not worth the recommendation at the price that gives it an order, especially when there are options that provide better all-round performance and value.

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