Micromax is teasing the design of its upcoming in-series phones

The Micromax in-series smartphone design was tested on social media shortly before its official launch. The latest teaser shows that the new Micromax phones will come with a gradient color. It follows the teaser confirming the presence of MediaTek Helio G35 and Helio G85 SoCs on the upcoming models. Micromax has largely disappeared from the smartphone market after it peaked in 2014 when a wave of Chinese brands hit the market, which are now the most popular cellphones in the country.

According to the new teaser that Micromax India posted on Twitter on Twitter, the in-series phones will have an “X” pattern on the back along with the gradient. The design is similar to what we’ve seen on some Honor models in the past. However, the phones to come will have the in-branding on the back for a distinctive look.

On Tuesday, Micromax confirmed the in-series phones with octa-core SoCs MediaTek Helio G35 and Helio G85. The company also brought some smartphones with MediaTek chipsets in its first phase.

Rumor has it that Micromax will initially launch at least two models – one with two rear cameras and the other with three rear cameras. The phones are also rumored to have a battery capacity of up to 5,000 mAh.

Micromax co-founder Rahul Sharma told Gadgets 360 in an interview that the price for the new series was between Rs. 7,000 and Rs. 25,000. The phones are also said to come with an almost standard Android experience.

The start of the Micromax in-series is planned for November 3rd. In the meantime, the company has started supporting Chinese companies with its marketing campaign to capitalize on the anti-China sentiment ahead of the official announcement.

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