Enhanced version of the YU Yuphoria with Octa Core SoC spotted in a benchmark listing

    YU has been teasing their flagship device dubbed the Yutopia for quite some time now. However it seems that a new mid-range device will also be launched by the company alongside the Yutopia. The alleged device was spotted in the GFXBench listing sporting a similar screen size as found in the YU Yuphoria.

    Enhanced version of the YU Yuphoria with Octa Core SoC spotted

    According to the benchmark listing the YU YU6000 Yuphoria comes with a 4.6 inch Full HD (1920x1080p) display and runs on an octa core Mediatek 6753 SoC with cores clocked at 1.5GHz each. This is complimented by a Mali-T720 GPU and 3GB of RAM.Other specifications include 16GB of onboard storage, 13MP rear camera capable of shooting 4K videos. It is also reported to sport a 8MP front facing camera.

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    Needless to say that a GFXBench listing often comes with many an errors. And a few of them which are quite evident is the presence of a 4K recording in a MT6753 powered device (not supported by the processor itself) and 4.6 inch display.

    Enhanced version of the YU Yuphoria with Octa Core SoC spotted

    Apparently it is expected that when launched the enhanced version of the Yu Yuphoria will sport a 4.7 inch FHD panel - just like its predecessor.

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    There's a possibility that YU is referring to this new device as Yuphoria Plus - similar to the YU Yureka Plus! The smartphone is expected to launch alongside the YU Yutopia by year end.

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