Yu Yureka Note Features Leaked on Twitter; Priced Rs. 14999

YU, subsidiary of Micromax is all set to launch their new phablet in Indian market which has been named ‘Yureka Note’. The image of this smartphone’s retail box is now leaked online, and if the pictures are believable, then we can confirm that this device will be a great buy for people who love mid-range android gadgets.

Aadeep Singh Bhatia, a Twitter user has posted two images of the retail box, in an undisclosed brick-and-mortar shop in India. YU Yureka Note which has the code name YU6000 comes with a tipping price of 14,999 INR. According to reports, this new gadget is available through offline shops as well, and it is quite surprising as YU brand was meant to for online sales only.

Yureka Note will have a 6 inch High Definition display with a resolution of 1080×1920 pixels. It has a 1.5 GHz octa-core processor which will provide impeccable performance for the users. It comes with 3GB of RAM and Mali GPU.

Yureka Note will be the perfect choice for selfie lovers. It has a front camera of 8MP. 13 MP rear camera will allow the users to capture the memorable moments in their life. It has 16 GB internal storage and is expandable up to 32 GB.

The massive 400 mAh battery is expected to enhance the standby time of this device to a great extend. This phablet runs on Android 5.1 Lollipop. Fingerprint censor in this device will add up the security quotient of Yureka Note.

The unit which is now leaked is of black in color, and we should wait and see to know whether more color variants are available.

Even though, images of the smartphone is leaked, the company is yet to confirm the specifications.

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