The war of compatible 4G LTE phones “that cost practically nothing” is just beginning and we already have two smart phones competing for the top spot. It’s interesting that these two phones are from local brands – Micromax and Karbonn – even if the country tries to make sense of the JioPhone RIL – a 4G LTE phone that was sold at Rs 0. While the Micromax phone is called Bharat 2 Ultra, the one launched by Karbonn is called Indian A40.
The biggest advantage of Bharat 2 Ultra and A40 is the fact that while Micromax and Karbonn are linked to Vodafone and Airtel, these two phones are not blocked exactly / dependent, which means that you can choose not to use your SIM cards. and use them more like ordinary phones. Of course, you will have to forego the benefits that make the Bharat 2 Ultra and the A40 Indian cost almost nothing, but it is a small price that will pay for more flexibility. The JioPhone, on the other hand, is exclusively a phone with contract functions, which means that it will be locked in a Jio SIM for all its main requirements.
Micromax Bharat 2 Ultra Vs Karbonn A40 Indian: features
While the Karbonn A40 Indian has been around for some time, the Bharat 2 Ultra is a new phone that Micromax will launch in India in the first week of November. India Today Tech has discovered that Bharat 2 Ultra is actually a slightly modified version of Bharat 2, a phone that launched Micromax in May. Micromax claims to have sold almost 2 million units of Bharat 2 in India since its launch. While the Indian Karbonn A40 typically costs Rs 3,499. Micromax has yet to announce the official price of Bharat 2 Ultra. As part of their collaboration with Airtel and Vodafone, however, potential buyers will be charged Rs 2899 – as a down payment – for both the Indian and the A40 Bharat 2 Ultra.
The Karbonn A40 Indian comes with a 4-inch screen, a 1.3 Ghz processor with 1 GB of RAM and 8 GB of internal storage that is expandable up to 32 GB via a micro SD card. The dual SIM phone works with the Nougat Android software and is backed by a 1400 mAh battery. It comes with a 2 megapixel camera on the back and a 0.3 megapixel camera on the front. The connectivity options include: Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and GPS. The Micromax Bharat 2 Ultra, meanwhile, comes with a 4-inch screen, a 1.3 Ghz processor with 512 MB of RAM and 4 GB of internal storage. The dual SIM phone works with the Android Marshmallow software and is backed by a 1300 mAh battery. It comes with a 2 megapixel camera on the back and a 0.3 megapixel camera on the front. The connectivity options include: Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and GPS.
Micromax Bharat 2 Ultra Vs Karbonn A40 Indian: price
Airtel notes that although the Indian Karbonn A40 normally costs Rs 3,499, it will effectively offer the 4G smartphone at the price of a movie by incorporating a price plan into the mix. The telecommunications network also adds that “ownership of the smartphone is completely in the customer and it is not necessary to return the unit to Airtel / Karbonn at any time to request the cash benefit.” This is how the Airtel India offers Karbonn A40 – which costs Rs 3499 – at an effective price of Rs 1399: – The customer makes a deposit of Rs 2899 for the phone and made 36 continuous monthly refill of Rs 169. The customer then receives, a cash refund of 500 rupees after 18 months and 1,000 rupees after 36 months, bringing the total cash benefits to 1,500 rupees.
– In case the client does not want to opt for the Rs 169 group plan, he has the possibility of making refills of any denomination and validity according to the individual requirements. However, to claim your refund in cash, refill a rupee value of 3000 must be made within the first 18 months (to claim the first refund of Rs 500) and Rs 3000 in the following 18 months (to claim the second refund) of Rs 1,000).