Micromax Plans to bring 6GB RAM, High Refresh Rate Display, Liquid Cooling and more in its Smartphones, company confirms

Existing Micromax IN series devices will get Widevine L1 support.

Micromax made a long-awaited comeback to the Indian market with the IN series of devices. The IN range consists of IN Note 1, and IN 1b. To those unaware, the IN Note 1 is a mid-range smartphone while the In 1b is an entry-level device. Micromax offers IN Note 1 in 4/64 and 4/128 memory configuration. Micromax co-founder, Rahul Sharma has now revealed that the company will soon add a smartphone with 6GB RAM to the lineup. In the very first episode of Let’s talk INdia ke liye, Mr. Rahul revealed what could be in the store for the Indian consumers in the future.

In response to a query, Mr. Rahul said that the performance of the IN Note 1 is really good even with 4GB RAM. He further added that the company doesn’t feel the need for a 6GB RAM variant of the IN Note 1. Though he said that the company is working on a product with 6GB RAM, and we can expect it to launch in near future.

Consumers on social media have been asking the company if they have a plan to release a product with a high refresh-rate or liquid cooling. In response to both these, Mr. Sharma said that the company has taken the feedback and will accordingly work on the products with these requested features. Though, we can not predict when we will see Micromax smartphones with high-refresh-rate or liquid-cooling. We, at least, now know that these products will someday hit the market.

A couple of Micromax devices have already appeared on BIS, so these should be the upcoming devices that the company co-founder spoke about. To those unaware, Micromax In devices with model numbers E7748, and E6546 have received BIS certification quite recently, as spotted by the famous leakster Mukul.

In response to other user feedback and queries about the existing smartphones, Mr. Sharma revealed that Micromax IN Note 1 features Rainbow CG 01 protection on the display. This glass offers an 8H level of hardness and is on par with Corning Gorilla as per Mr. Sharma. He also revealed that the company has released a new update with November Android security patch and 1080p video recording for the front camera.

Mr. Sharma also talked about Widevine L1 on the existing devices and said that the company has no plans to enable Widevine L1 on the IN Note 1, and IN 1b, but the upcoming products will come with Widevine L1 certification. Do you own a Micromax IN series device? How has your experience been with the device so far? Do let us know in the comments below.

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Arpit grew his liking for gadgets almost a decade back in 2011 while researching for his first smartphone. He started reporting on consumer tech in 2018 and has also worked with FoneArena in the past.