Ultra-affordable smartphones are usually in the Indian market sensitive to prices, especially when they are rich in functions and deliver the products as promised. In train to get on the digital train from India, home electronics manufacturer, Micromax Bharat 2, seems to have clicked with users, especially priced at only Rs 3 499. According to estimates of the Bharat 2, launched in April this year, has already sold 2 million units in 5 months, making it one of the most popular VoLTE 4G smartphones in the country.
With the Bharat smartphone series, Micromax lenses include phone users looking to become smartphone users for the first time. The Bharat 2 allowed the next phase of adoption of the smartphone in the country by the hand of consumers to update. In terms of specifications, the Micromax Bharat 2 is powered by Spreadtrum SC9832 1.3 GHz Quad Core processor with 512 MB RAM and 4 GB ROM. The smartphone features a 4-inch WVGA display and features a 2 megapixel (MP) rear camera and a 0.3 MP front camera. The phone works with Android Marshmallow and is equipped with a battery of 1,300 mAh.
As for the success of Bharat-2, Micromax is preparing to develop the Bharat series with three new smartphones – Bharat-2 Plus, Bharat-3 and Bharat-4, which will all be available in offline stores next week. commenting on the success of the Bharat series, Micromax Computer co-founder Rahul Sharma said Monday: “There are more than 400 million phone users waiting to move to smartphones that give them the experience without forcing their budgets
The exceptional acceptance of Bharat-2 demonstrates our vision and also demonstrates that there is a huge appetite for VoLTE smartphone budget subscribers among Indian telecommunications. Therefore, we strive to close the gap needed for our consumers and with Bharat’s expansion of the series, which we think will really drive the next phase of adoption of mobile phones in the country.