Micromax IN 2B Spotted on Geekbench With Key Specifications, India Launch Expected Soon

The Micromax In 2B will sport a Unisoc processor under the hood.


Micromax launched the Micromax IN series devices including the Micromax In Note 1, and Micromax IN 1b back in November in the country. Back in March, Micromax co-founder, Mr. Rahul had revealed that the company will launch multiple handsets in Q2 in India. Now, it looks like the company is gearing up to launch Micromax IN 2B handset in India. The Micromax IN 2B appeared on the Geekbench database earlier today hinting towards an imminent launch. The Geekbench listing also revealed some key specifications of the upcoming Micromax handset. Let us take a look at the Micromax In 2B specifications,

Micromax IN 2B will sport a Unisoc processor!

Micromax IN 2b

The upcoming Micromax IN 2B has scored 350 in the single-core test, and 1204 in the multicore test. The Geekbench listing reveals that the handset will sport an octa-core Unisoc T-610 with a 1.82 base clock frequency and code name ‘ums512_1h10’. The Unisoc T610 has two Cortex-A75 CPU cores, six Cortex-A55 CPU cores, and Mali-G52 GPU. The Geekbench listing also confirms 4GB RAM on the device. On the software side, we will see the device booting Android 11.

The inclusion of the Unisoc on the IN 2B seems like a downgrade compared to its predecessor. To recall, the Micromax In 1b came with MediaTek Helio G35 SoC. The handset offers a 6.52-inch HD+ LCD display. The device is powered by a 5,000mAh battery with 10W charging. Coming to the optics, Micromax In 1b offers a 13MP dual-rear camera setup with a 2MP depth sensor. The handset offers an 8MP shooter on the front for selfies.

Just yesterday, we had spotted another entry-level Micromax smartphone – In 2C on Geekbench database. You can head over to this post to learn more about the Micromax In 2C. We can expect to learn more about the Micromax In 2B in the coming weeks as it passes through more certification websites. What do you think of a Micromax device running Unisoc processor? Do let us know in the comments below.