Micromax Yu to Enter in Fierce Rivalry with Xiaomi: Project Caesar Teased to be Coming Soon

    After Yu Yureka's success, Micromax is reportedly all geared up to launch its successor in the Indian market very soon. We can say this, asfew days back, GizBot reported about the Yu Televenture's next project codenamed "Project Caesar."

    Now again, the company has outed another image on its social pages, which is a teaser and takes a dig at the Chinese hottest smartphone manufacturer Xiaomi

    Micromax Yu to Enter in Fierce Rivalry with Xiaomi

    As per the teaser, the smartphone will be powered by a 64-bit processor paired with 2GB of RAM, along with 16GB of in-built memory. Moreover, its a known fact that Project Caesar will run on CyanogenOS 12 on top of Android 5.0.

    In addition to that, the released teaser says, "Read Mi lips... the Future is Yu." with the design of the letter "M" borrowed from Xiaomi's logo. Analysts believe, that the Yu Televentures is trying to compare the specifications of Project Caesar with the recently launched Xiaomi Redmi 2.

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    While the previous teaser from the Yu Televenture indirectly pointed out on how the Xiaomi device runs on Android KitKat, while the Project Caesar will be shipped with Android Lollipop 5.0 based on the Cyanogen 12OS saying, " KitKat in the age of Lollipop, give me a break!"

    Micromax Yu to Enter in Fierce Rivalry with Xiaomi

    Apart from the processor details, currently the tech media world don't have enough information about the entire specifications, pricing and the availability of the upcoming Yu smartphone.

    If reports are to be believed, we are expecting the smartphone release somewhere around the Q1 2015. Also expect more details in the upcoming days, as we will keep you posted.


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