The specs are underwhelming. I saw the press release, and tbh, the conversation based launch felt personal but hey, it's the device that should be doing the talking for you.
I've used a couple of Micromax devices way back and, even though I liked it a lot (Canvas Knight - Marketed as the world's slimest phone at that time), the lack of support for that device made it hard to go back to.
Then the whole debcale about them selling rebranded phones came around, and in time, the company had lost the market share.
I'm all for the 'In-house manufacturing'. But solely relying on that for marketing and underestimating the competition isn't the wise way to go.
leo sk, 03 Nov 2020Why was i even expecting anything? Is it suppose to compete with redmi notes? Only patriotism ... moreIt actually beats redmi at the same price point....redmi 9a and redmi 9 prime...clean android with no bloatware and ads also
Very good pricing....budget phones with clean stock android,no ads,no bloatware ,decent chipsets...right step by micromax
GaushikTECH Nerd, 03 Nov 2020Budget pixels if we can sideload GCAM:)How is this comparable to Pixels?
Stupid desicion going with punch hole never gonna buy it
Why was i even expecting anything? Is it suppose to compete with redmi notes? Only patriotism can sell it
Thats look good now its only require the support of people.The brand is returning after a long time so it just need support the specs looks good the pricing looks good along with a stock android
Budget pixels if we can sideload GCAM:)