India is now the second largest smartphone market in terms of active unique smartphone users, beating the US.
Samsung lead the Indian smartphone market, with its devices accounting for around a quarter, according to Canalys.
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“Yutopia was really about proving that we can create a flagship smartphone. We are proud that this flagship is completely designed and made in India,” says Sharma.
Yu Yutopia is the new flagship smartphone from Micromax’s YU Televentures. Price at Rs 24,999 this one comes with specifications that are set to pit it against other flagships.
Canvas Pulse 4G features a 5-inch HD IPS display and will be available through open sale on Flipkart
Micromax has launched a new Canvas Mega series with two new phablets called Canvas Mega E353 and Canvas Mega 4G Q417
YU Yutopia, the new flagship by Micromax Mobile’s YU Televentures, was supposed to launch on December 7 but the event has been delayed to December 17.
Micromax Canvas Xpress 4G gives you a slightly curved design on the back, and bright blue colour on the back.
Micromax Canvas Pace with 4G LTE connectivity has been listed on the company’s official website.
Samsung’s top slot has the company’s sub $150 LTE models like Galaxy Grand Prime and Galaxy J2