Micromax 4G Smartphone Leaks Online: Set to Launch By June 2014? [FIRST REPORT]

The whole tech world knows that Micromax has given sleepless nights to global tech titans including Samsung, HTC, Nokia and more. With an array of smartphones in its bouquet, now the native handset manufacturer is all set to take the next big step.

Yes, as per the latest leak by one of the Twitter leaksters @LeaksterInc , looks like Micromax is all geared up to launch a 4G smartphone very soon. The tweet shows how the upcoming smartphone might look like and also has informed that it will come powered by Nvidia Tegra 4i processor. Have a look at it below:

Further, GizBot went onto to find out some more exclusive information for our readers about the upcoming Micromax 4G Phone specifications. Advantageously, the same source revealed that the soon-to-be-unveiled smartphone will come sporting a 4.7 inch display with 720x1280 resolution, backed by Corning Gorilla Glass 2. It will come powered by 1.7GHz Nvidia Tegra 4i processor (Cortex-A9) backed by 1GB RAM. Further, the rear camera of the device will be 8MP along with an LED Flash and a 5MP front-facing camera.

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Meanwhile, regarding the connectivity, battery features nothing is known as of now, apart from the fact that it will be a 4G phone and will come with a Single-SIM support.

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Micromax 4G Smartphone Leaks Online: Set to Launch By June 2014?

It seems Micromax is all set to create the buzz by introducing the new affordable 4G handset category in the market. When is the Micromax 4G smartphone expected to launch? Well, we are still trying to find an exact answer for the same, however the source has confirmed that the phone will be out in the market by May or June 2014.

Stay tuned to GizBot for more exclusive updates!

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