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Micromax IN 2C (32 GB)  (3 GB RAM)

Micromax IN 2C (32 GB) (3 GB RAM)

36% OFF 10499.0
Micromax IN 2C (32 GB) (3 GB RAM)

Available on 2 colors: Brown, Silver

Introductory Price: ₹7499

Sale from 1st May, 12PM


  • 3 GB RAM | 32 GB ROM | Expandable Upto 256 GB
  • 16.56 cm (6.52 inch) HD+ Display
  • 8MP Rear Camera | 5MP Front Camera
  • 5000 mAh Battery
  • Unisoc T610 Processor

Expiring In about 11 hours

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Flipkart Launch Price: ₹7,499

From 1st May 12PM

Price Including Prepaid Offer

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Mayavi wrote:

Flipkart Launch Price: ₹7,499

From 1st March, 12PM

Good for the price with clean stock android and 5000 mah battery. 3+32 seems less tho. If one can stretch budget and wait for sales and card discount, Samsung M12/F12 4+64 are often available for Rs 8259 on Samsung Corporate which is in every way better than this device.

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Additional 1000 off on UPI transaction.

Effective Price using FK Axis : Rs. 7124

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its good for family

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  • Bank Offer Additional ₹1000 off on Debit and Credit card
  • Bank Offer 10% off on SBI Credit Card, up to ₹750. On orders of ₹5000 and above

Final Price: ₹6,749 With SBI card

(Info by @ManojSingla)

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Almost 7 months after A12 release, A11 is the latest version as per Micromax! I had read years ago that Google had brought in new guidelines to make sure OEMs can’t release devices with older Android versions 60 days after release of the latest one. 

Edit: Unisoc T610 with 2 competent A75 cores is way, way better at least on paper than the garbage A55/53 only SoCs from Qualcomm, MTK etc. that belong to 2017. 3GB RAM should be just about manageable in stock Android although Android Go would have been a better fit. At least one doesn’t have to contend with nonsensical background app killing and sub-par RAM management common in ROMs by Chinese OEMs. 

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