Micromax launched one more mobile in the Doodle series in mid 2015 as Micromax Q391 Canvas Doodle 4. It is a budget smart phone with a large screen and mediocre features to go with the price. It was priced at Rs 9499 making it affordable for most buyers.
Micromax Q391 Canvas comes with a good auto focus as well as rear camera of 8MP with LED flash, which means that you can good pictures even in low light environment. However, the secondary or the front camera has been compromised for price and is of only 2MP that is below average. The internal memory of the mobile is good with 8 GB with an option of expandable memory via micro SD card upto 32 GB.
Micromax Q391 Canvas is powered by 1.3 GHz MT6582M quad core processor, which featured in lot of mobiles last year but for 2015, there are better options available. The RAM support for the processor is of 1 GB, which is sufficient for normal apps and games but will choke with heavy apps.
The battery of 3000 mAh may sound excellent but with such a large screen, it proves to be just average. You cannot expect long battery life while playing games of watching movies with this handset. However, being users you do not need to worry about any more, as you will expect to get further Micromax Q391 Canvas Doodle 4 Android Marshmallow Update, which would obviously take steps for resolving the battery problem present in the device.
The 6-inch display of Doodle 4 is extra ordinary for this range of phones and comes with a moderate display quality of 960×540 pixels. However, this large screen is the most important feature of this mobile that makes it perfect for large screen lovers not looking to spend money.However, it is time to focus on the latest update that is on your way; yes, we are talking about Micromax Q391 Canvas Doodle 4 Android Marshmallow Update, which is now released for Micromax Q391 Canvas. With Marshmallow, your battery-draining problem reduces as the new feature ‘Doze’ manages your battery to last longer. The clock gets a new look to beautify screen. The app menu also looks different with all the menus in a single long list, which scrolls down. It also has a new menu bar to easily search for app. Marshmallow brings more security and some more exciting features.