Micromax Canvas Turbo specifications leaked via purported design schematic

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Micromax has started teasing its upcoming smartphone, the Canvas Turbo, but the company is yet to reveal the specifications of the device. When we first heard of the smartphone, the Canvas Turbo was rumoured to come with a full-HD display, the first such smartphone from Micromax.

A new rumour however, claims to shed some light on the specifications of the Canvas Turbo, and also reveals the presence of a 13-megapixel camera accompanied by an LED flash at the back of the phone. The leak comes from MMXNewscaster, a source of leaks related to Micromax mobiles and appears to be from the manual of the yet-to-be-announced device.

As per the leaked sketch of the Canvas Turbo, the device is said to come with a 5-inch full-HD display and would sport a 5-megapixel front-facing camera. The leaked sketch further suggests that the smartphone would be a dual-SIM, with support for micro-SIM, with the slot placed on the left panel. Other features revealed include Micro-USB port housed at the top panel, a 3.5mm audio jack at the bottom panel, while power button and volume rocker buttons at the right side.

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Additionally, MMXNewscaster posted an alleged image of the Canvas Turbo's top rear panel on the Twitter. The tweet revealed that the device would come with 13-megapixel rear camera placed on the top left corner at the back of the phone, much similar to the Canvas Doodle 2 phablet.

As of now, not many other details have been revealed about the Micromax Canvas Turbo A250 smartphone. However, with the teaser ads running on television and Internet showing the Micromax Canvas Turbo, the device can be expected to be launched soon.

Earlier a leaked teaser image pointed to a smartphone in development dubbed Canvas Turbo A250 and was said to come with full-HD display.

If rumours are to be believed, then the Micromax Canvas Turbo will become the first phone from the domestic handset manufacturer to sport a full-HD display.

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