YU Televentures, the online-only sub-brand of Micromax, is targeting the leaders of the tech world as it teases its upcoming Yutopia smartphone. Touted as the "world's most powerful phone," Yutopia has slowly been getting everyone's attention. After pouncing on OnePlus, YU's next target is the leader of the smartphone industry, Apple.
In its latest post on Facebook teasing the next feature in Yutopia, YU mocked Apple for its limited and low storage option in the iPhone 6S series. YU also shared an image showing 32GB is greater than 16GB, which clearly hints at Yutopia's internal memory to be 32GB along with a microSD card expansion.
In a previous teaser just last week, YU took a snap at OnePlus for featuring a 1080p aka Full HD display in its latest flagship. With that hint, YU will pack the upgraded Quad HD display in its Yutopia smartphone.
Prior to that, YU mocked OnePlus for using more plastic and less metal in its flagship, confirming that the new Yutopia will come with full metal.
— YU (@YUplaygod) October 20, 2015
As for other specs are concerned, rumours have it that the YU Yutopia will come with a 5.2-inch display, 64-bit Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 octa-core processor, 4GB RAM, Cyanogen OS, 21-megapixel rear-facing camera and an 8MP front snapper.
If you are impressed with YU's marketing for the Yutopia, you can register yourself to own the Yutopia smartphone when it is launched.