YU Yutopia takes another dig at the iPhone 6S, to sport a larger battery!

YU has once again posted new teaser regarding their upcoming Yu Yutopia smartphone. This time around they are taking a dig at Apple - and guess what it is regarding the battery on the inside! However it isn't the first time that the homegrown brand is taking a dig at Apple.

YU Yutopia takes another dig at Apple iPhone 6s

The flagship YU Yutopia is long awaited and the Micromax subsidiary is trying to build the hype by posting sporadic teasers. Previously YU had taken a dig at the OnePlus for calling a smartphone touting a Full HD display as the 'Flagship Killer pf 2016'!

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The recent teaser shows an Apple logo with a low battery indication and a caption stating, "Would you enjoy an Apple that doesn't last long?" It is quite clear from the teaser that the YU Yutopia will sport a large battery on the inside.

Just to recall the Apple iPhone 6S comes with a 1715mAh battery. Hence the Yutopia to sport a larger battery isn't such a big deal. Nevertheless it would be interesting to see whether the large battery can beat the impeccable onscreen time of the iPhone 6S.

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The teaser image however doesn't give much information regarding the specifications of the device. However it is reported that the YU Yutopia will boast a metal build along with a 5.2 inch Quad HD (2560x1440p) display, 4GB of RAM, 32GB of internal storage and 21MP rear camera.

Furthermore it will support Qualcomm Quick Charge 2.0 which surprisingly goes missing in the OnePlus 2. The phone had made an appearance on GeekBench a few month back with a Snapdragon 810 octa core SoC under the hood.

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YU is expected to launch the Yutopia next month however the company hasn't yet given an details regarding the exact launch date. Going by the Zauba import listing it would be safe to infer a retail price upwards of Rs 20,000.

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