Micromax
Unite 2
Review in pictures
Plain looks but sturdy build
• Plastic body, which makes it
lightweight. Feels vey sturdy
though
• 9mm thickness with a
re...
Looks smart, not budget
• Matte back panel makes the
device immune from scratches
while also aiding in grip
• Shiny black ...
Lovely display for the price
• The 4.7-inch display offers a
resolution of 480 x 800
pixels
• High viewing angles and
vibr...
Autofocus makes the difference
• 5-megapixel sensor with
autofocus mechanism
offered at the back,
supplemented with an
LED...
The usual KitKat features and more
• First Android KitKat 4.4
powered device from
Micromax
• Simple to use and user-
frien...
Smooth performance
• An impressive VFM
offering powered by a
quad-core processor
under Rs 8,000
• 1GB RAM offers
optimum p...
All-day battery
• User-replaceable 2,000mAh
lithium ion battery
• Lasts more than a day easily
with average usage with
dua...
At a glance
• 4.7-inch, 480 x 800 display
• 5-megapixel AF camera, 0.3-
megapixel front camera
• 1.3GHz quad-core MediaTek...
-
• Too many
preloaded trial-
version games
• Low application
storage
Pros and cons
+
• Good display
• Sturdy build
• Smoo...
Pricing and verdict
“Despite its budget tag, the Micromax Unite 2 comes as powerful
proposition for Android aficionados. T...
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Despite its budget tag, the Micromax Unite 2 comes as powerful proposition for Android aficionados. The device offers hardware that most international brands offer on their mid-ranged devices. If you’re looking for a budget daily driver, the Unite 2 is a worthy buy

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Micromax unite 2 review in pictures

  1. 1. Micromax Unite 2 Review in pictures
  2. 2. Plain looks but sturdy build • Plastic body, which makes it lightweight. Feels vey sturdy though • 9mm thickness with a removable back cover • Matte finish at the back prevents scratches and aids in grip • Available in four colours with the same matte finish at the rear • Not Gorilla Glass but glass- based surface protector on the display for protection against scratches and knocks.
  3. 3. Looks smart, not budget • Matte back panel makes the device immune from scratches while also aiding in grip • Shiny black keys add to the overall look of the device • The top of the device houses the audio connector as well as the USB port • 9mm overall thickness, but rounded edges give the impression of a slimmer device • Backlit keys on the front
  4. 4. Lovely display for the price • The 4.7-inch display offers a resolution of 480 x 800 pixels • High viewing angles and vibrant colour tones makes visuals come alive • The display offers ample brightness for better sunlight legibility • Visuals look good and do not feel washed out or pixelated like most other budget smartphones
  5. 5. Autofocus makes the difference • 5-megapixel sensor with autofocus mechanism offered at the back, supplemented with an LED flash • Fixed-focus VGA camera on the front • Rear camera offers HD video recording • Offers reasonably good image captures, especially in daylight
  6. 6. The usual KitKat features and more • First Android KitKat 4.4 powered device from Micromax • Simple to use and user- friendly interface • Several preloaded games, most of them made available as trial versions that can be bought if users like • MAD app pre-installed, allows users to earn talk time for watching advertisements
  7. 7. Smooth performance • An impressive VFM offering powered by a quad-core processor under Rs 8,000 • 1GB RAM offers optimum performance • Smooth performance even while multitasking • Can do justice to even graphics intensive games
  8. 8. All-day battery • User-replaceable 2,000mAh lithium ion battery • Lasts more than a day easily with average usage with dual-SIMs connected • Very capable brightness control, helps in conserving considerable amounts of battery power • Can easily last for couple of days for light users
  9. 9. At a glance • 4.7-inch, 480 x 800 display • 5-megapixel AF camera, 0.3- megapixel front camera • 1.3GHz quad-core MediaTek processor • 1GB RAM, 4GB internal storage, microSD card slot • 3G, supports dual-SIM (a micro and a regular SIM) • 2,000mAh battery • Bluetooth 4.0, GPS
  10. 10. - • Too many preloaded trial- version games • Low application storage Pros and cons + • Good display • Sturdy build • Smooth performance • Autofocus camera • Great pricing • Above average battery life
  11. 11. Pricing and verdict “Despite its budget tag, the Micromax Unite 2 comes as powerful proposition for Android aficionados. The device offers hardware that most international brands offer on their mid-ranged devices. If you’re looking for a budget daily driver, the Unite 2 is a worthy buy” Rs 6,999

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