Micromax is returning to the Indian smartphone market with its In Note 1 and In 1b Model. On reviewing the In Note 1, I found that it offered great details yet was somewhat unpleasant around the edges with regards to the product. As I proceed onward to the new Micromax In 1b, the more moderate amongst these two new models dispatched by Micromax, I have a few inquiries at the top of the priority list. Has Micromax compromised to accomplish the forceful cost of the In 1b? Will it offer preferable incentive over its kin? Will we see a similar story rehash itself? How about we discover, in my review of the Micromax In 1b.
MICROMAX 1B DESIGN
The Micromax In 1b looks great yet kind of looks similar to Realme C11, to me. In 1b has a 6.52-inch display with a notch at the top. The 20:9 display perspective proportion makes this smartphone tall and thin. You will not have any problem holding the smartphone but you would not be able to reach the top of the smartphone easily.
The power and volume buttons are on the right, and keeping in mind that I discovered the power button to be very much positioned, the volume buttons were all too high. On the opposite side, you get a button for Google Assistant. Micromax used a USB Type-C port on the Micromax In 1b, which is at the base alongside the 3.5mm sound jack and the essential microphone.
At the back of the smartphone, about 75 percent area of the panel has a finished completion while the rest is plain. A fingerprint scanner is also available on the back of the In 1b but I discovered it to be a bit too high for my preference. I had a Blue shading unit of the In 1b, yet you can get this smartphone in Green and Purple too.
The weight of Micromax In 1b is 188g and it packs in a major 5,000mAh battery. You get a 10W charger in the box, which is worthy given the value point.
SPECIFICATIONS OF MICROMAX IN 1B
Micromax used the MediaTek Helio G35 to power the In 1b. There are two variations of the In 1b, the base variation has 2GB of RAM and 32GB of storage, while the higher one has 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage. These are valued at Rs. 6,999 and Rs. 7,999 individually, and I had the last for this review. You get a HD plus display which is remarkable at the cost.
The Micromax In 1b runs on Android 10 out of the box, the same as the In Note 1. You’ll locate the conventional three buttons for controlling yet you can change to a swipe-based route if you want them to.
PERFORMANCE OF MICROMAX IN 1B
I wasn’t expecting much out of the Micromax In 1b thinking about the cost, however, I found not even a single reason to complain about it during the week I was using it. The presentation was respectable and I didn’t need to sit tight for a really long time for the smartphone to load applications. Performing various tasks wasn’t quite a bit of an issue either, and the 4GB RAM variation of this smartphone that I was trying could keep applications in memory without expecting to reload them.
The fingerprint scanner is a touch moderate, and its position makes it difficult to open the smartphone in one go. I discovered the display to be respectable for watching video on, however, the backward speaker can get suppressed without any problem.
I played Call Of Duty Mobile on the In 1b, and it took generally long to load the game. The game defaulted to Low designs and Medium edge rate. I discovered falters during ongoing interaction, and the gadget got warm. After playing the game for 17 minutes, I saw a 5 percent battery level drop.
You get about a day and a half worth of easygoing utilization out of the Micromax In 1b. In our HD video circle test, it continued for 14 hours and 41 minutes which is marginally sub-optimal. It endured 10 minutes longer than the Micromax In Note 1. I was anticipating that it should perform far better considering it has HD plus display, lower screen splendor, and less powerful SoC.
You get a 10W charger in the box which is fine given the cost of the smartphone. Because of the moderate charger and the huge 5,000mAh battery the charging time is huge. The In 1b get 22 percent charged in 30 minutes and 44 percent in 60 minutes.
CAMERAS OF MICROMAX IN 1B
You get a double camera arrangement on the In 1b, a 13-megapixel essential camera and a 2-megapixel profundity sensor. For selfies, you get an 8-megapixel front camera.
Photographs taken with the Micromax In 1B were satisfactory in sunlight and showed up great from the start. You’ll need to empower HDR physically as the smartphone doesn’t do it naturally.
Low-light shots taken with the Micromax In 1b were normal. The smartphone monitors clamor however the yield wasn’t sharp. There is a Night mode wherein it takes around four seconds to capture a photograph, and this improved the final output of the photograph,
The selfie camera catches good photographs, and you do have the choice to take selfie representations too. In the sunshine, the front camera oversaw great edge identification, however, low-light shots weren’t as sharp.
Video recording can be done at 1080p for the essential just as the selfie camera.
The micromax 1b is the most affordable smartphone currently by micromax, according to its price, the smartphone comes with a lot of great features which I mentioned in the review