Micromax Ninja A27 Review Brahmnoor Singh February 13, 2013 Review 1 Comment Micromax is really looking to fix its position in the Smartphone market in India, so it is launching so many smart phones. Micromax Ninja A27 is one such mobile. The Ninja A27 may be overshadowed by the Canvas HD, but still it is a good phone, so here is the Micromax Ninja A27 Review. Screen and Entertainment The Micromax Ninja A27, offers a 3.5 inch screen with 480×320 pixels. The screen quality and picture quality is good enough for the price. The touch quality was not butter smooth but it was ok for a mobile of this price. It has pinch to zoom feature, and it has 6 K colors. Overall, for entertainment purposes, the device can’t run big games, but for normal movies, and videos you are good to go. Camera The Micromax Ninja A27, has a 0.3 MP primary camera. The camera quality is not that good, and the images are not crisp. For the price, the camera is quite okay tyle. Afterall, for Rs. 3000, what else can you get. Performance The Ninja A27 is powered by a 1Ghz processor, and it has good performance. Not to be compared with big mobile companies, the Ninja A27 has good performance, and games like Need For Speed Hot Pursuit and Where’s My Water run pretty smoothly. It has 256 MB RAM. Connectivity and Storage The Micromax Ninja A27 has dual SIM, with the signal quality good. The device also supports WiFi, Bluetooth, and microUSB. The Bluetooth and WiFi performance of the device was at par with other ones. It has expandable storage of upto 16 GB in SD Card, so you will never be short of storage. It has internal storage of 160 MB. Battery The batter lasts quite well, and during testing with regular use it lasted for around 1 day. It has 1400 mAh battery. The Micromax Ninja A27 is quite a good mobile for its price, and if it is not compared with big mobiles, it is an awesome mobile. The only downside is that it has only a 0.3 MP camera. The Ninja A27 comes at Rs. 3399 in online stores. One Response HARCHARAN SINGH February 14th, 2013 Good mobile, but I feel that Mogu S1 is better, isn’t it ? Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName Email Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.