Micromax IN Note 2 phone will be equipped with MediaTek Helio G95 processor! Hint from Geekbench

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The Micromax IN Note 2 smartphone could be the upcoming smartphone of the company’s IN series, as indicated by the latest Geekbench listing. Let us tell you that the company started the IN series in the month of March, under which the company has so far launched Micromax In Note 1, Micromax In 1 and Micromax In 1B smartphones. It can be speculated in this episode that the upcoming smartphone could be Micromax IN Note 2 smartphone. However, the latest Geekbench listing does not confirm the phone’s moniker.

geekbench listing The Micromax phone is listed with the model number Micromax E7446. Although the moniker of the phone has not been given in this listing, it is believed that it could be the Micromax IN Note 2 phone. Some of the specifications of the phone have also been revealed in the Geekbench listing. According to the listing, this phone will work on Android 11. Also, the phone will be equipped with MediaTek Helio G95 processor, which will have a clock speed of 2GHz. Along with this, 4 GB RAM will be available in the phone.

The single core score of the phone in the listing is 500 and the multi-core score is 1,546.

Let us tell you, the company is going to organize an event on July 30. It is believed that this new phone can be launched during this event.

Gizmochina reports leeks Citing citing information, it has been informed that a 6.5-inch HD + LCD display will be given in the upcoming 2 phones, and it will have a waterdrop notch for selfie. Dual rear camera setup will be present in the phone, whose primary camera will be 13 megapixels and secondary camera will be 2 megapixels. An 8-megapixel camera can be found in the phone for selfie and video calling. Apart from this, a 5,000 mAh battery can be given in the handset, with which 10 W fast charging support will be available.

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