Micromax to launch a 4G LTE phone with NVIDIA Tegra 4i processor soon, press image leaked
Micromax likes to stay ahead of its competitors at all times and even if it takes some time to launch a new device, it ensures that the device launched is better than the rest. Micromax is readying itself up to launch a new 4G LTE enabled device and the same has just been leaked over the internet. The phone has been leaked by a relatively new twitter handle, LeaksterInc which claims that it will come with a NVIDIA's Tegra 4i processor.
The smartphone looks exactly like the Wiko Wax smartphone which looks exactly the same save for the branding and is also powered by the Tegra 4i. The device seems to have been manufactured by the same OEM back in China which is where the bulk of these devices are manufactured.
NVIDIA is tying up with upcoming smartphone brands these days to get a wider share of the market. It had done the same with the Tegra Note tablet and it was brought to us courtesy of XOLO.
Talking about the other specs, there will be a 4.7-inch HD screen with a resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels, an 8MP rear camera with LED flash and a 5MP front camera unit. The multitasking department will be taken care of by a 1GB RAM and the internal storage will be 4GB alongside an option of expandable memory of up to 32GB being available too and 2,000 mAh battery.
With these specs along with 4G LTE connectivity, it will lock horns with the XOLO LT900. Micromax is expected to announce this 4G LTE smartphone in June.