The 5 inch Yu Yuphoria uses a Snapdragon 410 processor, has 2GB of RAM, supports 4G LTE, and includes an 8 MP rear camera. It will sell for just 6,999 INR.
According to a recent report, Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba is in talks to purchase around a 20 percent stake in Micromax, India’s second-largest smartphone manufacturer.
Formerly known as Project Caesar, Yuphoria will take on Xiaomi’s successful Redmi 2 from May 12.
Following the release of the Android Lollipop-based Cyanogen 12 OTA update for the OnePlus One, the same update is now hitting the Micromax Yureka.
Micromax shipped 4.6 million handsets in Q4 2014, according to Canalys, leapfrogging Samsung for the title of India’s leading smartphone vendor.
Good news for OnePlus, the sales ban of the OnePlus One Android phone in India has been lifted. This is great news for Indian consumers, but is it enough?
This year, Xiaomi has proven that its possible to turn a profit from low-cost smartphones. Other OEMs look set to follow suite with their own e-commerce only products.
After its launch three months ago in India, the Android One initiative is now coming to Bangladesh, Nepal, and Sri Lanka. Symphony Mobile will launch its first Android One phone – the Roar A50.
Night is engulfing the northern hemisphere, but the world of Android is never truly sleeping. This week Google pushed big updates to some of its core apps, we’ve got a peek inside the relationship between Cyanogen and OnePlus, Micromax launched its first Cyanogen OS device, Huawei introduced the camera-centric Honor 6 Plus, Android 5.0.1 rolled out, Android 5.0.2 broke surface, and news emerged about Android M integrating deeper into car dashboards everywhere.
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Micromax’ first phone released under the Yu brand launched today in India, bringing solid specs and Cyanogen at a price tag of approximately $140.