Micromax Unite 3, the successor of the one of the most selling smartphone from Micromax, Unite 2 just launched a few days and has already managed to get good hype, but will it really be a big competition in this budget category? What specs and features has got? What is its price? What are its pros and cons? We’ll answer all these questions and will try to find out how good is the new Micromax Unite 3.
|Specs||Micromax Unite 3|
|Display||4.7″ Inches IPS LCD Capacitive|
|Processor||1.3 GHz Quad Core Cortex A-7|
|Storage||8 GB (Expd. Up to 32 GB)|
|OS||Android 5.0 Lollipop|
|Battery||Li-ion 2000 mAh Battery|
As the device is just launched and not much information is available, we can’t provide accurate and in-depth review of the performance, we’ll judge the device with the numbers.
Micromax Unite 3 is pretty much 90% same as Unite 2 and even Canvas spark, which is almost 1,500 rupees less costly. I think this device don’t any review because the performance will 100% similar to Unite 2 and that is kind of disappointing as there are much better options already available in the market and Unite 3 doesn’t seem to be appealing. I don’t know what to say about this device as there is nothing new. The only thing changed is the new or we rather say an upgraded SoC, but that doesn’t make any drastic difference. Same 1 GB RAM, 8 Internal storage. The camera has been upgraded though, an 8 MP camera replaced 5 MP one from Unite 2 and now it is capable recording 720p videos at 30 fps. The battery is same at 2000 mAh.
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