Micromax's new subsidiary YU Televentures Ltd has teased a poster via Twitter revealing key specifications of the upcoming smartphone aka Project Caesar.
YU's latest teaser released via Twitter reads -- "Read Mi (Xiaomi India Logo) Lips... [64bit, 1GB & 8GB], Future is YU [64-Bit, 2GB & 16GB]" with a tag – "It's not about me, it's all about YU".
This Twitter message is indirectly taking a dig at the Chinese rival Xiaomi Redmi 2 which houses 64-bit class 410 processor, 1GB RAM and 8GB inbuilt memory. YU is hinting that the upcoming Project Caesar, which is understood to be priced around ₹6,500 (courtesy, AndroidOS.in), would be more superior to rival's phone.
Last week, YU had mocked Xiaomi by stating all its devices are still running on the generation old KitKat OS, whereas the new Project Caesar will come with Cyanogen 12 (Android 5.0 Lollipop). And also the current flagship smartphone Yureka is slated to get the update this weekend.
Except these features, other key specifications like camera, battery capacity, display size of the 'Project Caesar' are scarce at the moment. Speculation is that it would get launched in April. We will keep you updated on YU's new phone as and when we get the details.
So far, Xiaomi has not reacted to Micromax's cheeky pot-shots, but recent report suggests that the Chinese company is working on a 4.9-inch full HD smartphone codenamed Ferrari and is expected to unveil it next week.