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Micromax iOne Smartphone Specification and Price

USNMix Report: Do you want to buy foreign phones in Rs 5000?
These Smartphone come in the market.

There is a 19: 9 screen in Micromax iOne. This Smartphone is a little weak in terms of battery. It has 2200 mAh battery.

Since the arrival of 4G, the demand for cheap Smartphone has increased. Indeed, 4G SIM cards only support in the Smartphone, which has led to sales growth. The demand for cheap Smartphone, especially in rural and small cities, is quite high. Keeping in mind the customers of this class of market, Micromax has launched iOne. There is no such new feature in this phone, which needs to be talked separately. The most important thing about this phone is that it is just Rs 4,999. Compare it to the other phones in the market, Micromax iOne is quite cheap.
Micromax iOne Smartphone Specification and Price

Let know the features of Micromax iOne:

- This Smartphone has 2GB RAM and 16GB internal storage. Memory storage can be extended up to 128 GB with the help of MicroSD card.

- There is a 19: 9 screen in Micromax  iOne.

- Includes UNISOC SC 9863 octacore chipset in it.

- This phone has a 5.45 inch HD Plus IPS display, topped by Nokia and its aspect ratio is 19: 9.

- iOne has a 5 megapixel front camera and a 5 megapixel rear camera. The special thing is that the camera is in with nine shooting modes.

- iOne runs on Android 9 Pie.

- This Smartphone is a bit weak in terms of battery. It has 2200 mAh battery.

- The design of this phone has been kept to entice youth. Say that those who want to use Smartphone at low cost can be a good option for them.


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