Micromax, after debuting the IN Note 1 smartphone in Nepal, has announced its latest addition to the lineup, the Micromax IN 1 in India. The phone, in terms of aesthetics, is uncanny to the Micromax IN Note 1 but is being offered at an affordable price tag. This also means that instead of the Helio G85, the phone gets a less powerful Helio G80 and a triple camera.
Talking about that camera, although it seems like the phone has four camera modules at the back, it only gets three — one being the 48MP main, and two 2MP macro and depth helpers.
The front camera is an 8MP selfie shooter with an f/2.0 lens and fixed focus housed inside a punch-hole cutout, which is highlighted by a 6.67-inch Full HD+ panel. The Helio G80 chipset is paired with 4GB of RAM and 64GB/128GB of storage, though we are not sure if there’s a microSD card slot.
The Micromax IN 1 gets a 5,000mAh “marathon battery” as Micromax likes to call. It has an 18W fast charging via a USB-C port. Just like its counterpart, the In 1 also ships with stock Android 10 experience with “no ads, no bloatware, no skins”. There’s support for Dual WiFi, Dual VoLTE as well as L1 Widevine support to watch your favorite Netflix shows in Full HD.
The Micromax IN 1 goes on sale from March 26 in India through Micromax’s official website. The price of the phone starts at INR 9,999 for the 4/64GB trim, which is around 15,990 in Nepal, or INR 11,499 (~NPR 18,388) for the 4/128GB model.
Although there’s no word from Micromax about its availability in Nepal, we’re pretty sure the phone will hit the market within a month or so.