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Micromax Rolls out 2 new Go smartphones in India

Micromax Rolls out 2 new Go smartphones in India

Micromax has launched two new Android Go smartphones. The two editions of the smartphone Bharat 4 Diwali edition and Bharat 5 infinity edition were launched on Monday.

Both the phones will be available at all leading mobile and electronic stores across India.

Priced at Rs. 5,899, Bharat 5 infinity edition smartphone has an 18:9 full view display. It is powered up by a 500mAh battery. With an internal storage of 16GB and the RAM speed of 1 GB, the smartphone runs on Android Oreo (go edition) operating system. The storage capacity can be expanded up to 32GB. Additional features include face unlock and fingerprint sensor. The phone comes with a front and rear camera, both the cameras are 5-megapixel.

The Bharat 4 Diwali edition is priced at Rs.4,249. The smartphone has a 5-inch display and the battery power is 2000mAh. The phone is powered by Android Oreo (Go edition) with a RAM of 1GB and internal memory of 8GB. The phones storage capacity can be expanded up to 32GB via microSD card slot. The phone is equipped with a front camera of 5-megapixel and rear camera with 2-megapixel.

To provide offers for the customers, the company has partnered with Reliance JIO. The customers with the new smartphones can enjoy the benefits such as 25GB of additional data for recharge of Rs.198 and Rs.299 plans respectively. Existing Jio customers will get 5GB of additional data for the above recharge plans.

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