Micromax Vdeo 4G VOLTE Smartphone With JIO SIM Launched

The new Micromax budget VOLTE smartphones are Vdeo 1 and Vdeo 2. I have not misspelled the word Video, but this is actually modified and named like this by Micromax. These are affordable mobiles that are compatible with the Reliance JIO 4G Sim.

Micromax is known to launch smartphones around a particular theme or a cause which they think Indians users will benefit from, and the new budget smartphones are no different.

Micromax Vdeo 4G VOLTE

A few months back they had come up with their “Unite series” which had support for 12 regional languages. A highlight to attract the people who want regional language support with decent specs and price. 

Similarly this time also they’re pitching us a smartphone with a feature that would encourage people to use it more often.

A whole new series named “Vdeo” revolving around the practice of Video Calling, a feature that can evolve with time. WhatsApp has added the functionality of Video calling and can make a difference to video calling habits of people. 

A country where 3G users are more when compared to 4G, Micromax has set their eyes on making smartphones with 4G/LTE to acquire most of the crowd.

There are 2 variants in the Vdeo series, the Vdeo 1 and Vdeo 2. These with the Google Duo and support for 4G LTE and VOLTE.

The total number of 3G and 4G subscribers is more than 120 Million in India, and recently Reliance JIO claimed to have over 50 million 4G subscribers. Notably lot of JIO subscribers are multi-sim users, which are using JIO as a secondary sim card.

Vdeo 1 and Vdeo 2

Both the variants are entry-level smartphones which come bundled with Reliance Jio sim cards. The Vdeo 1 and Vdeo 2 costs ₹4,440 and ₹4,990.

The Vdeo 1 flaunts a 4-inch WVGA display. Whereas Vdeo 2 sports a 4.5-inch FWVGA display.

Both the smartphones run on  Quad-core Spreadtrum processor and comes with 1 GB of RAM. They both offer 8 GB of internal storage and has an option of expanding storage with the help of micro SD cards.

They even share the similar optics, 5 MP rear camera, and 2 MP front camera. There is a difference in the battery capacity of both devices.

The former Vdeo 1 sports a 1600 mAH battery and the latter Vdeo 2 sports an 1800 mAH battery.

There’s a Micromax branding at the bottom. This indicates the presence of on-screen navigation buttons.

One of the highlights of the phone, along with the features mentioned above are the “Metal Back Cover” which is quite rare in this price range.

Notably, these are made in India devices and will go on sale online as well as offline in December 2016.

The users who would like to activate the free Jio SIM. They’ll have to take it to a Reliance Store and do the activation with their KYC documents within seven days of purchasing the phone.

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