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micomax in series set to launch on 3 november


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Indian smartphone maker Micromax is going to launch a new device after about two years. The company will paces its ‘Made in India’ Micromax In-series on November 3, which the company has given information by tweeting. Prior to launching, the company has done features and specifications. According to Tech World, under this series, two devices Micromax In 1 and Micromax In 1a can be launched simultaneously.

The display
Two new Micromax smartphones can have a 6.5-inch full HD + resolution display. In the new devices, the company is teasing punch-hole displays. It has a camera cutout at the top-center. MediaTek processor can be given in both the new In-series phones. The company can offer MediaTek Helio G85 processor in Micromax In 1. At the same time, the MediaTek Helio G35 chipset can be found in the Micromax In 1a coming in the entry level segment.

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The camera
Talking about camera setup, the Micromax In 1 camera module is visible in the top left in the first look. In this, a primary sensor of 48 megapixels can be found. Apart from this, a triple camera setup with 16 megapixel primary sensor can be found on the rear panel of Micromax In 1a.

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