In terms of design, the 18:9 screen is the first thing you'll notice about the Micromax Canvas Infinity, and we did feel that this made the phone seem premium.
The narrower screen and relatively thin borders make this feel like a 5.5-inch phone when it actually has a 5.7-inch screen.
Rather than having a metal unibody, the back of this phone pops off.
Micromax Canvas Infinity has a resolution of 720x1440 pixels and is an IPS panel, but its quality isn't up to the mark.
The Micromax Canvas Infinity runs on Android 7.1.2 Nougat which is the most current iteration of Nougat in the budget smartphone market right now.
Micromax has used top-notch plastic on the Canvas Infinity, because it really doesn't feel cheap.
The Micro-USB port is on the bottom while the 3.5mm audio jack is on top.
The rear camera has a 13-megapixel sensor with an LED flash and f/2.0 aperture.
The phone has a 2900mAh battery that is rated to offer talk time of 20 hours and standby time of 420 hours.
The fingerprint scanner is on the back, right below the camera, and there's a Micromax logo towards the bottom.
There's dedicated slots for dual Micro-SIMs and a microSD card which is much preferable to having a hybrid slot.
Much like other phones with 18:9 screens, the Micromax Canvas Infinity also uses on-screen navigation keys.