Project Caesar: Micromax Biggest Bet to Crush Xiaomi

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    India based mobile phone manufacturer Micromax recently marked its entry in the Cyanogen OS with the launch of Yu Yureka. The handset got much appreciated from the industry experts and is doing a good sales.

    Following on the same lines, now the company has shared two pictures recently on its social profiles, which throws hints on its upcoming smartphone, named "Project Caeser."

    The teaser notes, "KitKat in the age of Lollipop, give me a break!" using 'm' word, typography from the Xiaomi Logo, which indirectly takes a dig at the Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi, as none of its device got the Android Lollipop 5.0 update in the recent past.

    However, the Yu Yureka also runs on KitKat 4.4 out of the box.

    Yu Yureka In Pictures

    Project Caesar: Micromax Biggest Bet to Crush Xiaomi

    Well, on the other end, the second image talks about Project Caeser. Going by the reports, the upcoming smartphone will be shipped running on Android Lollipop 5.0.

    Also, taking a look at the picture teaser, the message is quite clear. As it says, "You've got a KitKat, Why don't you wait for a Lollipop," with a Lollipop picture on it.

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    Meanwhile, Micromax has not shared any more details on the Project Caeser.

    If reports are to be believed, we are expecting the smartphone release some where around the Q1 2015. On the specification front, the Project Caeser looks like a mid-range feature and price smartphone, just like its predecessor, Yu Yureka.

    Project Caesar: Micromax Biggest Bet to Crush Xiaomi

    Micromax Yu Yureka comes powered by Cyanogen OS and is available at Rs 8,999 on the e-retail store Amazon India every Thursday around 2PM.

    Reiterating the specs, this device flaunts 5.5-inch display, clocked by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 615 MSM8939 Octa-Core processor with 2GB of DDR3 RAM, 13MP rear and 5MP front camera and more.


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