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Powerful ‘Made in India’ smartphone coming in a budget of Rs 10,000, features unveiled before launch; See details

New Delhi: Indian Smartphone Manufacturer Company Micromax Will be launching its cheapest handset soon. The company will soon launch its new smartphone Micromax In 2C Will be presented. This phone has been spotted on the certification site. In addition, Tipster has also provided information about the phone. The price of the Micromax In 2C smartphone has been revealed before the launch. According to leaked reports, the price of this Micromax smartphone is likely to be less than Rs 10,000. If this smartphone is launched at this price, it will be able to compete with the handsets available in the market like Redmi 9 Series and Tecno Spark 8.

According to Tipster @yabhishekhd, the company will launch the Micromax In 2C smartphone in India early next month. This phone has been spotted on the GeekBench 5 benchmark site. Accordingly, Micromax In 2C will support Unisoc T610 processor. It is an octacore processor with a clock speed of 1.8 GHz. The Micromax In 2C comes with 4 GB of RAM. This phone will come with Android 11. The phone with model number E6533 has been spotted on the Bureau of Indian Standards website. It is also listed in the Google Play list. The display of the phone will be water drop notch style.

Meanwhile, the official price and specifications of Micromax In 2C will be revealed only after the launch. The company may present a budget of Rs 10,000 early next month. Earlier, the company in July last year Micromax In 2b Was launched. This phone works on Android 11. It has a 6.52 inch HD + display. It supports Unisoc T610 processor. Also, up to 64 GB of storage is provided. The Micromax In 2b features a dual rear camera setup for photography, with a 13-megapixel main camera. The phone is currently available on Flipkart at a starting price of Rs 8,999.

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