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Micromax In 2C, In Note 2, IN NOTE 1, In 2B – Specs, Price, Pros/Cons

Are you waiting for a true made-in-India smartphone? Micromax has brought some exciting devices to India, and here are all the details.

The new phones are Micromax In Note 2C, IN Note 2, In Note 1, In 1B, and In 2B. The In Note 2C is the latest addition to the series, launched in May 2022.


Micromax In 2C – Price Rs. 7499 (3 GB Ram and 32 GB Storage)

Micromax, the home-grown Indian mobile brand, has launched a new affordable 4G mobile in the market for the masses.

Micromax In 2C

The smartphone comes with 3 GB Ram and 32 GB Internal Storage and will go on sale starting 1st May on Flipkart. It has an MRP of Rs. 8499 but will be available for Rs. 1000 less, Rs. 7499 for the early birds.

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Key Highlights for Micromax In 2C

  • Powered by Unisoc T610 Processor
  • 3 GB RAM and 32 GB internal storage
  • 8MP Rear Camera and 5MP Front Camera
  • 5000 mAh Battery capacity, 10 Watts Charger, USB Type C port
  • Dual VoWifi, Dual VoLte, Wi-Fi

The IN 2C comes with a large 6.52-inch drop-notch display with a 1600:720 pixel screen is a decent offering considering the low price. Further, the phone’s overall 20:9 aspect ratio, waterdrop notch display provides an immersive experience while streaming videos or playing games.

The Micromax In 2C is powered by the Unisoc T610 Processor with a clock speed of 1.8 GHz and has an Antutu score of 210,000, which is decent considering the price point. It comes with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage, with support for external memory up to 256GB.

While the processor is not powerful enough to run high-end games, it can run most casual phone games easily without any lag.

As far as the cameras are concerned, the smartphone on the rear packs an 8-megapixel camera with features like portrait mode, burst mode, panorama, face beauty, and a night mode. It sports a 5-megapixel camera on the front for selfies, with AI features like Scene Detection and Smile Detection – Portrait Mode Enabled

The phone comes with a 5000mAh battery capacity which should last you two days on moderate usage with typical settings.

The Micromax in 2c supports 10W charging through its USB type C port and comes bundled with a 10W charger.

Overall – The Micromax In 2C is a decent offering from the brand for the budget buyers and comes with essential features that can make it a good daily driver. Also, there are few phones in the sub 8K price range like the Redmi 10a, or the Realme C series that offer decent value for money. Considering the limited choice a lot of buyers may want to go with this Made In India Smartphone.

Micromax In Note 2

The Micromax In Note 2 is now available for purchase on Flipkart and other e-commerce websites for Rs. 13,499 for the 4 GB ram and 64 GB internal storage version.

Micromax In Note 2

Let’s have a quick look at the specs and Pros/Cons of the new Micromax device.

The new MediaTek G95 Octa-Core processor is powering the device that offers blazing-fast performance. Aforementioned, the smartphone comes with 4 GB Ram and 64 GB internal storage.

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Further, it has a 6.43 Full HD+ (2400*1080) pixels AMOLED display with a punch-hole camera. It is rare to have an AMOLED display in the affordable price segment. Notably, Xiaomi also recently launched the Redmi Note 11 with an AMOLED panel at a similar price.

The smartphone looks premium and has a glass back cover. Also, it has Quad rear cameras and depth sensors, dual led flash at the back. The primary camera is a 48 MP shooter, and other cameras are 5 MP (ultra-wide), 2 MP Macro, and a 2 MP depth sensor.

Furthermore, the smartphone has a 30 Watts Fast Charging support and comes with a large 5000 mAH capacity battery.

One of the key highlights of the device is the presence of vanilla Android 11 OS without much bloatware or custom skins.

There is a side-mounted fingerprint scanner. Lastly, it also has a 3.5 mm headphone jack, 4G VOLTE, Dual-Sim support.

Considering the price there are many buyers who would love to buy a made-in-India smartphone from the local manufacturer but after-sales support and Os updates are logical concerns for many buyers.

Micromax ln 2b

On 30 July 2021, Micromax launched a new phone in India named Micromax ln 2b.

This new phone is a successor to Micromax ln 1b that was launched last year.


Let’s have a look at its upgraded specs and features:

It features a 6.52 inch IPS LCD waterdrop notch display and comes with HD+(1600*720)pixels resolution.

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Also, the phone has a 20:9 aspect ratio, 269ppi pixel density, and 400nits brightness.

Powering the phone is a Unisoc T610 octa-core processor(12nm) that is clocked at 1.8GHz and an ARM Mali-G52 GPU.

The phone operates on the latest Android 11 operating system.

It comes in the following variant:

  • 4GB RAM and 64GB onboard storage.
  • 6GB RAM and 64GB onboard storage.

Further, it has expandable storage support of up to 256GB via a microSD card.

You can click pics with its has dual rear camera setup carrying a 13MP main camera with an aperture of f/1.8, and a 2MP depth sensor along with an aperture of f/2.4 that can record up to 1080p @60fps.

Additionally, the phone offers a 5MP selfie camera with an aperture of f/2.2.

The Micromax ln 2b has a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner for security and unlocking.

Connectivity options include Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, Bluetooth 5.0, GPS, USB Type-C 2.0, a 3.5mm audio jack, and Dual SIM 4G support.

For long-lasting use, the phone packs a 5000mAH battery capacity that has a standard 10 Watts charging support.

Lastly, the phone will be available online for purchase and comes with a starting price of Rs 7,999. It comes in 3 beautiful colors options include Blue, Black, and Green.

The Micromax ln 2b will go on sale from 6 August 2021.

Micromax IN Note 1 Specifications:

The Micromax In Note 1 is more premium than the two devices launched by the brand. The phone comes with a polycarbonate build and has an X-pattern design at the back. Further, the camera module looks like Samsung Note 20 and even comes with 4 cameras.

Starting from the processor, powering the IN Note 1 is the Octa-Core MediaTek Helio G85 SoC.

It is an 8 Core processor with a maximum clock speed of 2.0 GHz and has a capable Arm Mali-G52 MC2 GPU.

For those who are concerned, MediaTek is Taiwan based semiconductor manufacturer.

You can easily game on this device and can play games like COD mobile or Asphalt 9 with ease.

One of the biggest positives of these new Micromax phones is the presence of stock Android 10. For the uninitiated, the stock Android from Google offers a fantastic experience and doesn’t come with any third-party bloatware. Another highlight is that Micromax is offering 2 years of software updates on these phones.

Micromax IN Note1
Micromax IN Note1

Note 1 has a big 6.67 inches Full HD+ IPS LCD with 1080 * 2400 pixels resolution. The beautiful phone has a centrally aligned punch-hole display design.

There is plenty of storage and ram as it comes with 4 GB RAM and offers up to 128 GB internal storage.

The phone packs a massive 5000 mAh battery and comes with 18W fast support through a USB Type-C port. Also, it assists in reverse charging if you want to charge another device.

For photography, there is a Quad-rear camera setup. It includes a 48 MP primary lens, a 5 MP wide-angle, 2 MP depth, and 2 MP macro sensors.

You’ll get a 16 MP selfie camera with 78 degrees wide-angle, arranged in a circular cut-out pattern on the front side.

The selfie camera can shoot GIFs along with photos and videos. The rear camera comes with an LED flash.

Other features include night mode and AI imaging.

For connectivity, it has Bluetooth 5.0 and Dual Volte 4G support. Also, we have the modern USB Type C port, and Micromax is also not taking away the headphone jack.

The mobile offers a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor (it even supports face unlock).

You can purchase the latest Micromax IN Note 1 from November 24, 2020, from Micromax Official website or Flipkart.

Overall the Note 1 from Micromax is a solid offering for the base price of Rs. 10,999, and on paper, it is hard to find fault with it.

Now let’s have a look at the specs for the Micromax In 1B.

Micromax IN 1B Specifications:

Micromax IN 1b is an affordable offering from the brand and competes with Redmi 9a and the Realme Narzo 10A.


The phone comes with a large 6.52 inches HD+ (1600*900 pixels) display with a 20:9 aspect ratio. It has a tiny water-drop notch for the selfie camera.

Under the hood, the phone is powered by the Octa-Core MediaTek Helio G35 chipset. It is an 8 Core processor that comes with a 2.3 GHz max clock speed and also has the IMG PowerVR GE8320 with a 680 Mhz clock speed.

The Micromax IN 1B is available in 2GB / 4GB RAM and 32GB / 64GB storage, expandable via microSD card. The 4 GB ram and 64 GB storage version is an absolute steal for the price tag of Rs 7,999.

It has a conventional 5000 mAh battery with 10W charging support and a 3.5 mm headphone jack.

The Micromax IN 1b contains a vertically aligned dual rear camera assembly with a 13 MP (f/1.8) primary lens and 2 MP depth sensor. Additionally, it has an 8 MP front camera and a LED flash.

Moreover, for security, the phone has a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner and face unlock.

It also comes with the Stock Android 10 Os, and like the Note 1, it will even get software updates for 2 years.

The Micromax 1B also has Dual sim Support with 4G Volte and will work with Airtel, JIO, and VI sim cards.

Should You Buy New Micromax Smartphones?

The CEO and Co-founder, Rahul Sharma, took social media to confirm the news. He shared an emotional video that tries to capture the anti-China and “Vocal for Local” sentiment.

He talks about how they want to bring in the change and give Indian consumers a product made in India and made by an Indian company.

If you haven’t read my article – “Made in India Smartphones- A reality Check,” it is a must-read to understand how phones are made in India or assembled in India.

Let’s first look at the new mobiles and later discuss whether you should spend money on these.

Considering the price point, the phones launched by Micromax are a steal. They are affordable and tick all the right boxes. Having stock Android without bloat and ads is unmatched in this price range.

I will blindly pick the Micromax phones over Xiaomi or Samsung if they can offer painless after-sales service.

In 2014, when Micromax was the No. 2 player in the Indian mobile market, they were buying China-made mobiles and re-labeling them. There was little the company did to push Indian manufacturing, as it was cheaper to import from China and pocket the profits.

Not only that, they never really cared about the end buyer – the after-sales service was far worst than these Chinese players, and the product quality control, future updates, and bug fixes were non-existent.

The brand is now promising something different “A dream of a High-Quality phone that is made in India.”

Notably, there is anguish in India over what happened on the India-China border, and people want a good quality yet affordable, made-in-India products.

Is Micromax milking the “Made in India” situation?

Or is committed to creating a brand that can provide – quality products at low prices, decent after-sales service, and a good user experience.

The brand name “IN” itself positions them as an Indian company and appeals to the masses who want an India-made phone.

What are the company’s plans to offer customer service, and can they provide the promised software updates in the future?

A few years back, they launched a brand called “Yu,” and the phones were terrible; after-sales support and software updates were pathetic.

For buyers who have burned money on Micromax devices, it will take time for the brand to rebuild the lost trust.

You can buy the phones if you want to help the brand grow quickly.

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Kanuj Sharma
Kanuj Sharmahttp://candytech.in/about-kanuj-sharma/
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