Yu Yunicorn sporting Helio P10 chipset released in India priced at Rs 12,999
After quite a lot of promotions, Yu has finally launched its Yunicorn mobile phone in India.
Yu will start accepting registrations for its 1st sale from 31 May at 2 : 00 PM and the cell phone will probably be only marketed on Flipkart in the Gold color variations.
The phone will be found in Silver colour and Graphite colour variations in the coming months. The Yu Yunicorn will cost Rs 12,999 for the 1st month and from the second month on will be offered at Rs 13,499 instead of Rs 14,999.
The cell phone seems a lot less flagship and more mid-range, thinking of its MediaTek Helio P10 chipset. It’s really not a flagship mobile phone but even more of a mid-range device.
This Helio P10 phone is actually produced out of aluminium, is merely 8.15mm in thickness and showcases a 2.5D arc glass on the front. At the same time visible on the front side is the finger marks scanner that is situated in the home key. The Yunicorn packs in a 5.5inch 1080P FHD LCD screen on the front side. Inside, we find a quad-core 1.8GHz MediaTek Helio P10 paired with 4GB RAM memory and 32GB of internal storage which is expandable up to 128GB employing a microSD card.
There exists a 13Mega-pixel snapper in the back and 5MP shooter up front and Yu has packaged its Social Cloud feature (by MiMedia) for storing and sharing pics and vids. The Yunicorn also supports DTS (or Digital Theater System) audio effect. The internal battery is expected to be a 4000mAh and additionally Yu claims that it is able to last a casual user close to 4 days on a single one charge.
When it comes to software applications,
Yu still sticks to modified version of Cyanogen called Android on Steroid or AOS. Other than cutting down and making the Operating-system more Google stock, you’ll find nothing is new here except for an refreshed version of Around YU (Around YU 2.0).
Up-to-date to version 2.0, Around Yu gets new features and enhancements to existing ones. Health care section is a new entrance that will permit end users to talk to your doctor in a straight line from the Around YU app making use of video calls. The services are not cost-free. Around Yu V2.0 as well adds a brand-new e-wallet feature that means that you can cover a range of services directly from within the application. The Medical feature is going to be launched the following month and arises from Yu’s partnership with Lybrate. The e-wallet feature is because of a collaboration with TranServe.