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Micromax Canvas Unite 4 Plus has been launched by the company, adding to the earlier Canvas Unite 4 and Unite Pro smartphones in the series. The Canvas Unite 4 Plus will cost Rs 7,999 and comes with Indus OS 2.0, which is first regional OS that supports 12 Indian regional languages. Canvas Unite 4 Plus has a fingerprint sensor, an all metal body design and is a 4G ready device.
Specifications of the Canvas Unite 4 Plus are: 5 inch IPS HD display, 1.1 GHz MediaTek quad-core processor, 2GB DDR3 RAM and 16GB storage, which is further expandable to 64GB. The Micromax Canvas Unite 4 Plus has a 2500mAh battery and supports 4G LTE. The camera on the Unite 4 Plus is 8MP rear camera with auto-focus, and there’s a 5MP FF front camera. It runs Indus OS 2.0 on top of Android Marshmallow.
Indus OS 2.0 supports regional languages, has an App Bazaar, Indus-to-Indus free messaging services, Indus Swipe feature, text to speech technology and more. Micromax is offering seven day service or replacement warranty for its smartphones in the Unite 4 series.
Micromax says Unite series is the most successful range crossing over 2.5 million units in sales till date
The Indus Keyboard in the Unite 4 Plus has a hybrid keyboard feature, which allows users to type in a mix of English and regional languages. It also has patented word predictions, matra predictions and auto-correction features offering a user-friendly smartphone experience. The OS is also equipped with an inbuilt runtime transliteration feature that runs even without any internet connectivity. Also the App Bazaar on Indus OS, allows users to download and pay for apps without email IDs and credit cards.
Indus OS has a wider install base than iOS in India, according to recent data from Counterpoint Research. Indus OS was initially Micromax exclusive, but now will be available on Indian smartphone brands – Celkon and Swipe as well. Indus OS made its debut in May 2015 with Micromax Unite 3 and has achieved a user base of 4 million in a span of just 12 months.