Ever since the launch of Moto E with Android KitKat, the competition in the entry level segment has spiced up with lot of new devices running the latest Android OS. Micromax, India’s 2nd largest smartphone player also joined the entry level smartphone race and has recently announced the launch of world’s first phone with 21 language support – the Micromax Unite 2.
The device comes with a 4.7 inch display with a 480 X800 pixels resolution and is powered by 1.3GHz quad core processor. Micromax Unite 2 is the first phone from the company running on the latest Android KitKat 4.4.2, which can be easily upgraded through FOTA. The device also comes with 5MP camera with flash and front facing 0.3MP camera. We have the retail unit with us for an unboxing. We will also have a look at the device features, design and also the initial impressions.
So here is the unboxing of Micromax Unite 2.
The box comes with earphones, USB cable and the standard charger. The earphones are of normal quality and not that great, which is expected in this price. There is also the removable 2000mAh battery.
The device is pretty slim for its price range, but there isn’t anything exciting about the design and feels like just another phone from Micromax.
The best feature of the device is that it runs Android 4.4.2 KitKat and the Micromax’s UI on KitKat is much better than what they have on Jelly Bean.
The device supports dual SIM cards (Normal SIM) and also micro SD card expansion upto 32GB. There is 1GB of RAM and 4GB internal storage.
The device has three capacitive touch buttons with haptic feedback and also comes with the usual set of sensors. There is also a front camera for video calls which is missing in Moto E.
The back panel has a matte finish similar to the Canvas Doodle 3 and might be prone to dirt.
When you compare the device with Moto E, it is pretty slim and has a uniform profile with curved edges.
Here is the unboxing video of Micromax Unite 2.
We will have detailed review of the device soon, so stay tuned.