Bharat-2: the Cheapest 4g Smartphone Will Be Available in Rs. 999

By | October 28, 2017

Micromax India 2 smartphone was launched in April 2017. The company has claimed that this phone is the cheapest smartphone in India. When Micromax launches the cheapest feature phone of India, India-1, a few days later, the company launched India-2 Ultra Smartphone in India, the competition of cheap 4G phones is increasing rapidly, compared to the other in every compact market. Is starting with more affordable phones. Micromax India 2 runs on Android 6.0 and is powered by 1300 mAh non-removable batteries.


Micromax Bharat 2 SPECIFICATIONS

Display: 4.00-inch
Processor: 1.3GHz quad-core
Front Camera: 0.3-megapixel
Resolution: 480×800 pixels
RAM: 512MB
OS: Android 6.0
Storage: 4GB
Rear Camera: 2-megapixel
Battery Capacity: 1300mAh
Network Support: 2G, 3G, 4G

Micromax India 2 includes 2MP main snapper and 0.3mm front-facing photo shooter. There is a Li-Ion 1300mAh battery on the phone with support for Micro USB v2.0 and Dual SIM (Micro-SIM, Micro SIM). India-2 ultra-phone linear person got the first 18 months later Rs 900 cash back in his Vodafone M-Paisa wallet. After this, after the other 18 months, ₹ 1000 cash back in the same way, in such a way, the effective price of the phone will remain Rs 999 only after this year, users will be recharged at Rs 5400 rupees for the phone this year, company India Series Want to target the first generation of smartphone users from the phone.

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The price of the India-2 ultra smartphone will currently be Rs 999, however, this customer will have to pay Rs 2899 already. After which the consumer will have to recharge Rs 150 each month on the Vodafone seam on the phone for 36 months. The price of the phone is Rs 2899 more than the expenses. In this way, the customer will have to spend recharged Rs 5,400 during the three year period.

About Micromax

Micromax, India’s largest mobile manufacturer, India’s largest mobile manufacturer, recently launched a sub-brand named U, whose product is available only on e-commerce portals in India.

The co-founder of the company, Rahul Dram, has said that due to the availability of mobile handset and cheap data plan, more and more people are increasingly attracted by smartphones, due to which the country has large gauges in this area. We want to provide a better expedition for less expensive locales. So far, we are selling 20 million handsets. With Vodafone’s Microcron’s Partnership, the company’s old feature phone of the feature phone, they also prepare themselves for upgrading the smartphone.

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