The Canvas Lite A92 is a feature-packed smartphone that defies its name, with a large 5-inch display, 5-megapixel autofocus camera, and Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean.
Despite the title, the Canvas Lite doesn't skimp on the hardware specifications, offering a bright and large 5-inch LCD display that users can enjoy social networking, browsing and gaming on no matter where they are. Everything chugs along smoothly thanks to the dual-core MediaTek processor under the hood, which can reach clock speeds of 1.2GHz to deliver seamless performance. However, the 512MB of RAM might be a bottleneck for some users when it comes to multitasking.
The Canvas Lite features dual SIM functionality to let users stay connected at all time and use various data and calling plans. There is a 2,000 mAh battery that keeps powering the phone for long despite the load two simultaneously active SIM cards might create, and it should also be sufficient for driving the large screen. It's a capacitive touchscreen so the touch experience is expected to be good, though being a budget device it might not be as good as the one on flagship or some costlier smartphones.
Users can click all the pictures they want with the 5-megapixel rear camera. Late evening photos come out nicely thanks to the dual LED flash setup next to the 5MP camera, and video chatting and selfies can be taken with the VGA front-facing camera. To store photos and videos (and other media), the phone has 4GB of internal storage. The software takes most of the internal storage, but there is also a microSD slot that will ensure that users aren't limited by the low available internal storage.
Wi-Fi networks can be connected to on the Canvas Lite, and the phone also supports 3G connectivity. Naturally, Bluetooth and GPS are supported as well, along with a microUSB port. Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean is what drives the hardware on the device, and offers a nice smartphone experience as it is the most optimized version of Google's Android OS yet.