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Amazon India has a bunch of popular Android smartphones on sale for the next few days, including the Xiaomi Mi 5, OnePlus X and Yu Yuphoria.
You may have to pinch yourselves to be certain the Yu Yunicorn is real, as the 5.5-incher offers unusually high-end specs for a sub-$200 price in India.
Micromax subsidiary Yu will launch the phone on May 19. It's a smartphone that the Indian manufacturer hopes will "break flagships."
Micromax subsidiary Yu wants to get people hyped for a new flagship that will break other flagships like a bull breaks into a china store.
Though it may not directly compete against Apple Pay anytime soon, the newest mobile payment service unveiled in India by Micromax sounds like a big deal.
This week on the podcast: the smartphone with the stupid-sounding name (but the wicked-awesome value) and Kardashian jokes. How can you resist?
The highly anticipated Yu Yutopia has gone official in India with cream of the crop hardware in tow, Cyanogen OS software, and a very palatable price.
Micromax reportedly plans to unveil two phones soon, not just the super-high-end Yu Yutopia, which is why the announcement is delayed for December 17.
YU enjoys a strong homeland cache while retaining that outsider company feeling that a similar operation like OnePlus has. Well, one kicked the other out of India for a time, so yeah, an outsider YU isn’t. In fact, like the Honor brand is to Huawei, YU is actually a rebellious subsidiary of Micromax. And it’s set on using its revelry to ding the competition. All of the competition.
Subscribers to YU’s newsletter have gotten word that the company’s latest flagship, the Yutopia, will be available for purchase on December 7.
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The upcoming Yu Yutopia Cyanogen phone is apparently made of metal, as the little known Indian OEM doesn't want to make plastic or sandstone compromises.
Cyanogen Inc. addressed rumors of lingering conflicts between it and hardware partner Yu, but failed to explain why the Cyanogen OS Yuphoria is no more.
The Yu Yunique is an impressively cheap, impressively powerful smartphone for India, endowed with LTE speeds, and optionally loaded with Cyanogen OS.
The Micromax Yu5050 could give the OnePlus 2 a run for its money, with ultra-high-end specifications and a mid-tier price point.