Earlier this month, Micromax launched its first competitive smartphone in the form of IN 1b and IN Note 1 for a long time. Both phones can be pre-ordered a few days after their release, and the company has even begun to deliver old devices to Nokia.
The customer is fast. However, the first sale of the previous phone has been delayed. The company has not announced a new sale date, but before that, new information about its mobile phone software has appeared.
Micromax IN 1b is an affordable smartphone, powered by MediaTek helio G35 chipset, and paired with LPDDR4X RAM and eMMC 5.1 storage.
The device has two storage configurations-2GB + 32GB and 4GB + 64GB, and the price is ₹6,999 ($95) and ₹7,999 ($108) respectively. These are known facts, but the unknown is its software.
According to Gadgets360, the basic 2GB + 32GB version of the phone runs Android 10 Go Edition. On the other hand, the higher 4GB + 64GB model runs the regular Android 10 operating system.
The publication even found this difference in the phone’s official Flipkart list of dlip when Micromax confirmed the same.
For some reason, the company did not reveal this difference between the two memory variants in the virtual boot event. In any case, we should have foreseen this situation.
Because a report in July showed that phones running 2GB RAM or less must start running Android Go Edition from the fourth quarter. In other words, Android 10 Go Edition itself is not a bad software, because it is optimized for devices with lower RAM.