Micromax 5G phone can debut in India “very soon”, according to co-founder Rahul Sharma. Moreover, he also hints at an imminent launch of true wireless stereo (TWS) earbuds. If we remember, the company made its comeback in the smartphone market last year. It launched In Note series.
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Additionally, he also mentions that the Micromax new models will get an Android 11 updates soon. He also highlights an upcoming software update for the Micromax In 1b. It is claiming to enhance user experience.
Micromax 5G Phone To Come Soon?
In the interactive session with users, he mentions that engineers at its Bengaluru R&D center are rigorously working towards a Micromax 5G phone. He, however, didn’t provide a specific timeline for its launch except saying that it would debut very soon.
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On the other hand, in December, he hinted at the launch of a 6GB RAM smartphone with a high display refresh rate and liquid cooling. However, there is no information about it yet. It is likely that those details can be associated with the Micromax 5G phone in the works.
Alongside the 5G phone, Micromax engineers at its Bengaluru R&D center are developing mobile accessories, said Sharma. He also suggested that the first accessory could be a hearable — likely to be the company’s first TWS earbuds.
Separately, he mentions in the video that the Micromax In Note 1 will get an update to Android 11 in April. He also says it will offer early access to customers signing up on its dedicated forums. It is also ready to release the source code and bootloader for both In Note 1 and Micromax In 1b.
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Sharma also said that Micromax doesn’t have any plans to bring a custom UI on top of Android. “[The] In [brand] will always give you an experience, which is with no layers, no ads, and no bloatware — completely snappy experience,” he said. “We don’t sell you ads, we don’t sell your data.”