Micromax in partnership with Eros Now has launched the Micromax Canvas Plex Tab. Key highlight about this tablet is the 8 inch screen with HD resolution, 3GB RAM, 4000 mAh battery and it comes with one year of Eros Now Premium Subscription – all this for Rs. 12,999.

The Micromax Canvas Plex Tab is powered by MediaTek qaud core processor, it however is running Android Lollipop 5.1 out of the box. Touch screen is 8 inches with HD resolution. This tablet supports 4G with VoLTE and houses a 4000 mAh battery that as per the company gives up to 9 hours of talk time. There is a 5MP rear camera and a 2MP front camera as well.

Micromax Canvas Plex Tab with 3GB RAM and 32GB internal storage will go on sale from 1st September onwards in offline stores (Retail Stores) for Rs. 12,999.

Micromax Canvas Plex Tab launched in India with Eros Now subscription

Micromax Canvas Plex Tab Specifications

CPU : MediaTek MT8382W/M quad core clocked at 1.3GHz
Screen : 8 inches with HD resolution, IPS
RAM : 3GB
ROM :  32GB
OS : Lollipop 5.1
Rear Camera : 5MP
Front Camera : 2MP
Connectivity : 4G VoLTE, Bluetooth 4, WiFi and GPS
Battery : 4000 mAh

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  1. ON micromax site they says it is Android 6.0. Please check Gogi and tell with 4000 battery and android 6.0, is it worthy as tablet?

  2. 3000mAh battery in 8″ device.. Joke of the year Micromax. Even 5″ device has more battery than this tablet.

  3. Can tolerate moderate specification. But with 3000mA battery for 8″ tablet I think whole Micromax company filled with full of fools ?????.

  4. Either price cannot be 12999

    OR
    Os cannot be lollipop
    Internal cannot be mere 32gb
    And battery cannot be mere 3000

    Junk lifted from China and trying to sell here in the name of Eros premium free ?

  5. only 720p screen for 8 inch screen and outdated lollypop. looks like unsold Chinese junk that has been rebranded.

      1. Looks like Cadbury paid huge amount to google to stick their product name to 8.0 OS .. first kitkat now Oreo.