Nokia Lumia 625 vs. Micromax Canvas 3D A115 – Comparing Features and Specifications

The Nokia Lumia 625, released in August 2013, is a colorful device like its other siblings.

The smartphone caters a smooth performance with an amazing Windows Phone 8 operating system and the spacious 4.7 inches display. The smartphone is available at $209.99 making it a budget option. It would also mean that a plethora of sacrifices have been made in terms of features.

Micromax has also produced a budget friendly smartphone option having 3D capabilities. The device comes equipped with a bunch of features, commonly seen in the present generation smartphones. Let us stack the two against each other, to find out which sounds a better option, in terms of design, display, processor, operating system and battery.


The Nokia Lumia 625 features the plastic translucent shells, making it easier to take off and change. The device comes in a variety of color options. The plastic casing caters a soft touch feel when held, complementing with an overall solid build. The Lumia 625 smartphone is a large device with body dimensions measuring 133.3mm in height and 72.3mm in width. The device weighs around 159 grams with a thickness of 9.2mm.

The Micromax Canvas 3D A115 sports a chic design similar to that of the iPhone 5. This dual SIM device caters a solid feel. It is made from polycarbonate plastic. The device provides a decent look and is comfortable to hold.


The Nokia Lumia 625 smartphone displays a 4.7 inches LCD touchscreen. The display is large yet the resolution is of medium range at 480×800 pixels. The pixel density is as low as 201-ppi that is clearly not sharp enough. The screen picks up reflections when outdoors, with less effective brightness. The redeeming feature is the Corning Gorilla Glass 2 protective coating, making the device scratch resistant, super sensitive touch display and better viewing angles.

In comparison, the Canvas 3D A115 sports a 5 inches 3D touchscreen enabling the user to enjoy 3D experience. However, you do not require wearing 3D glasses to watch the content. The device does not come equipped with 3D camera to capture 3D videos; however; the device could possibly convert the images into 3D images. The screen resolution is the same as that of its counterpart, the Lumia 625.


The Lumia 625 encompasses a 1.2 GHz dual core Snapdragon S4 chipset with Adreno 305 graphic processor and 512MB of RAM. The device comes equipped with an 8GB of internal storage capacity.

The A115 Canvas 3D is powered by dual core 1 GHz processor and 512MB of RAM. The device incorporates an internal storage capacity of 4GB.

Operating System

The Lumia 625 runs on the Microsoft Windows Phone 8 operating system that can be upgraded to Windows Phone 8 Black operating system.

In comparison, the A115 Canvas 3D runs on a version 4.1.2 Jelly Bean Android OS.


The 2000 mAh battery of the Lumia 625 quotes 15 hours of talk time on 3G. This non-removable battery stands above average in performance.

The A115 Canvas 3D also comes equipped with 2000 mAh battery catering the user with strong power back up. The battery lasts up to 4.5hrs of talk time.

The Nokia Lumia 625 is a budget smartphone with the basic features requisite in a smartphone. Similar is the case with the Micromax A115 Canvas 3D; however, the price does make the device an expensive gadget.


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