|Release date||Apr 02, 2017|
|Max Video Resolution||1280 x 720 px|
|Video frames per second||30|
|Selfie Cam Resolution||VGA|
|Display size||4 inches|
|Display dots per inch||233.24 DPI|
|Display Resolution||800 x 480 px|
|Display's superficy||7.07 square inches|
|Display's superficy (metric)||179.58 square mm|
|Display total pixels||384000|
|Operating System||Android 6.0 (Marshmallow)|
|3G Networks||WCDMA (900/2100)|
|SIM card type||1 Micro, 1 Normal (Dual standby)|
|USB class||MicroUSB 2.0|
|Memory||4GB (Approximately 2GB is used up by internal memory)|
|Stand-by Time||100 hours (4.2 days)|
|Talk Time||240 minutes (4 hours)|
|mAh per display square in.||184mAh/sqrin.|
|Talk minutes per Ah||185min./Ah|
|Music / Multimedia|
|Audio file formats||MP3, AAc, M4A, AMR, WAV, OPUS, MID, FLAC, OGG|
|Video Formats||H.263, H.264, MP2, MP4|
The Bharat 2 matches its low-end profile with a 1300mAh battery, which offers a 4-hour talk time and a hundred hours on standby (according to Micromax), while it sports a pair of basic cameras, attaching a 2-megapixel camera to its back and a VGA camera in front.
Also, it relies on a 512MB RAM, which is way below the average, (Most low-end phones have double (or even more) the amount of RAM).
Also known as Micromax Bharat2.
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