While Jio is battling around handsome features and attracting massive users to its store, Micromax Bharat has left no stone unturned in doing so. Jio, which has attained immense adoration has successfully made flying feet in this competitive world. Catching the nerves of every user and bringing out affordable phones, Jio has always been the sunshine. But wait! There's someone on the battlefield to dwindle Jio's target ie; Micromax Bharath. Micromax Bharath has released its versions consequently and Micromax Bharath 2 plus being one of them.
Let's scoop out Micromax Bharath 2 plus specifications and get a detailed overview of it.
Micromax Bharath plus 2 is a hand-sized phone with 4.0 inches touchscreen display which is a great fit for our palms. It runs on Android v7.0 (Nougat) and is powered by a quad-core processor(1.3GHz). Its screen resolution is around 480x800 pixels. Unlike the heavy-studded phones, Bharath plus 2 weighs 120 kgs which is congenial enough.
For a budget-phone, you can't anticipate any Hi-Fi features, right? So, keeping the budget in mind, the features are precise making no garnishments like a high budget phone. Bharath plus 2 offers you 1 GB RAM. It has internal storage of 8BG with expandable storage of 32 GB.
Coming to the Micromax Bharath 2 plus camera features, the front camera serves you with 5 MP with LED flash and the image resolution is around 2592 x 1944 Pixels. The rear camera comes with 2 MP with no flash and autofocus modes. The picture quality may not be great, but the price makes it better.
Charging will be little sluggish as it has the battery capacity of only 1600 mAh. Connectivity options include Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth, Micro USB, FM, 3G, 4GVoLTE, It a dual sim; SIM 1 supports 4G, 3G, and 2G bands whereas SIM 2 supports only 2G bands.
Micromax Bharat 2 Plus Highlights:
l Dual sim, Dual Camera
l Wi-Fi, 4G VolTE
l 5 MP Rear camera with LED flash
l 2 MP Front camera
l Quad-core processor
l Weighs 120 kgs
With the detailed specifications, you might have got a crystal-clear idea about the phone. But is it better than Jio? I would blatantly say a big no! The price may be affordable and attractive, but the features are too hackneyed. I think the battlefield will be empty leaving Jio, the only emperor. Micromax has thrived to its best, but sorry it didn't make it to the best. In this world of smartness, one has to ace a pace and Jio has etched its feet strong and viable in nook and cranny of India.