Micromax has updated its Unite smartphone line up with Unite 4 and Unite 4 Pro priced at Rs 6,999 and Rs 7,499. While the Micromax Unite 4 will be available through online stores the Unite 4 Pro will remain exclusive to Snapdeal. Micromax was, in fact, one of the first manufacturers to take on the then Moto E 1st Gen with the Unite.

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The new Unite smartphones will cater for people who want to use the smartphones in their native language and the Indus OS 2.0 comes with support for 12 Native Languages. The Indus 2.0 based on Android 6.0 is the companies overlay that will focus on rendering the best smartphone experience in any of the 12 available regional languages. Micromax has taken the regional thingy further by also offering a regional app marketplace called App Bazaar and a text-to-speech technology in 6-Indian languages. Furthermore, the app store also lets users buy an app without the need for credit cards and e-mail ID’s.

The Unite 4 and the Unite 4 Pro, both feature a 5-inch HD display, dual SIM support, and fingerprint scanner. The Micromax Unite 4 is powered by a 1GHz quad-core MediaTek MT6735P processor paired with a 1GB of RAM. On the storage front, the Unite 4 offers 8GB of internal storage along with a microSD card slot that can accommodate up to 32GB. Yet another major difference between the Unite 4 and the Unite 4 Pro is the 2500mAh battery pack in Unite 4 and the 3900mAh in the Unite 4 Pro.

Micromax Unite 4 Pro, on the other hand, opts for the 1.3GHz quad-core Spectrum (SC9832) processor coupled with 2GB of RAM. The Unite 4 Pro offers 16GB of internal storage alongside a microSD card that can accommodate up to 32GB. Both the smartphones feature an 8-Megapixel secondary camera and a 5-Megapixel primary sensor. The Micromax Unite 4 will rival the likes of Coolpad Note 3 Lite and the recently launched Lenovo Vibe K5.

The Micromax Unite 4 and the Unite 4 Pro both the devices herald some major changes in the design department including the metal finished body and the fingerprint sensors integrated into the physical home button.

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