Micormax final 12 months made a comeback to the Indian smartphone market with its new In smartphone sequence that included the Micromax In Note 1 and the Micromax In 1b. Now, the corporate has introduced the launch of the third smartphone within the In sequence, the Micromax In 1. The Micromax In 1 shall be launched on March 19 at 12PM (midday) at a digital presentation that shall be streamed on micromaxinfo.com.
“Taiyyar ho jao, India Ka Naya Blockbuster, #IN1 is coming quickly! Made in India, directed by Indian, starring the Indian Celebrity! Releasing subsequent Friday, 19th March, matinee present!” Micromax stated in a social media publish. Micromax has additionally made the teaser dwell on its website. There is no such thing as a details about the Micromax In 1 as of now, however as the corporate introduced the launch, studies began rising concerning the smartphone’s attainable specs. In line with a current leak, Micromax In 1 is reported to return with a 6.67-inch FHD+ hole-punch show. It’s rumoured to be powered by a MediaTek Helio G80 processor paired with as much as 6GB of RAM and as much as 128GB of inside storage.
There’s stated to be a triple rear digicam setup on the Micromax In 1, together with a 48-megapixel major digicam, a 2-megapixel secondary digicam, and a 3rd 2-megapixel shooter. It’s being stated that the Micromax In 1 is not going to have an ultra-wide digicam. Up entrance, it’s stated to return with an 8-megapixel selfie shooter. The Micromax In 1 is additional hinted to return with a 5,000mAh battery with 18W quick charging.
Now, whereas this will likely appear convincing, given the quantity of element leaked, lower than every week earlier than the launch, it’s to be taken with a pinch of salt as there isn’t a official details about the product from Micromax itself. The corporate had launched the Micromax In Be aware 1 and Micromax In 1b in November 2020. The 2 smartphones marked Micromax’s re-entry into the Indian market, which was impressed by the federal government’s Atmanirbhar Bharat marketing campaign and a rising anti-China sentiment inside the nation after the Galwan valley conflict final 12 months.