Micromax Yu Yuphoria registration starts today at 5 PM IST

Micromax Yu Yuphoria registration starts today at 5 PM

Micromax Yu Yuphoria is launching in India at Rs. 6,999. Registration starts today sharp at 5 PM IST. Sale will commence from May 28, 2015. Yu Yuphoria is the second handset from Micromax's subsidiary tele-ventures Yu Brand. Yu Yuphoria has raised interest among customers for its amazing price and comparatively great

Micromax is remotely installing apps and pushing ads onto devices

Micromax is remotely installing crapware and pushing ads onto users' devices

Recently, mobile phone manufacturers have uprooted the fact that the Indian mobile brand, Micromax has been secretly installing unknown software without even informing the user after which there were several complaints for the same. These software installations needed the user's approval which in turn made them all the more confused.

Micromax sends out invites for Cyanogen OS powered Micromax YU on December 18th

Micromax sends out invites for Cyanogen OS powered Micromax YU on December 18th

Micromax has recently become the reason for distress to the company OnePlus when Micromax signed a deal with Cyanogen to reserve the rights for launching Cyanogen OS powered smartphones in India. Now, Micromax is on the verge of releasing its Cyanogen OS powered Micromax YU smartphone which is claimed to

Android One Smartphone will make its way on September 15

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Google's new venture, Android One will make its way to India today, i.e. 15th of September. This new project was announced by Google at its annual I/O event. It objective is to launch Android One in partnership with low budget phones like Micromax, Karbonn and Spice. After India, this

Motorola beats Nokia to 4th position in smartphone market in India

Motorola beats Nokia to 4th position in smartphone market in India

If you look into the scenario of India regarding mobile phone markets, Nokia has been an all time favorite brand. From low cost hardy phones to costly multimedia sets, there's no comparison to the business Nokia did in India. But since the advent of smartphones in the market the equation