Micromax introduces Bharat 2 – a budget model to the Indian market. The name of the phone suggests that it will be offered exclusively on one - though obviously very lucrative - market, and will not appear anywhere outside of India.
The phone will be on the lowest shelf, so it's hard to expect too sophisticated specification. Micromax Bharat 2 has a plastic housing and a 4-inch 480x800 pixel display. The heart of the device is a 1.3GHz quad-core Spreadtrum SC9832A processor, powered by 512 MB of RAM and managed by Android 6.0.
But with LTE
Memory data is as little as RAM. From 4 GB of built-in user memory there will remain around half, so buying a microSD card will be a must. Micromax Bharat 2 will take cards up to 32 GB. The card will be able to store, among others photos taken by two poor cameras - 2-megapixel rear and the front VGA. The power will provide a 1300 mAh battery, which can be considered as large enough for such a device. Interestingly, even in such a weak smartphone there was installed the LTE module, and even with the support of VoLTE technology. It seems to be (except for its low price and compact dimensions - the only advantage of this device.
We do not yet know the exact price of Micromax Bharat 2, and looking at the quoted data, we assume that it will be very low.
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