Reviewing The Micromax Unite 4 Pro


Micromax is known for its range of budget smartphones that are of good quality. The Micromax Unite 4 Pro is another addition to the Chinese smartphone maker’s list of devices that ticks all the boxes.

The Unite 4 Pro has an IPS LCD touchscreen display of 5 inches, with a resolution of 1280 pixels by 720 pixels. The pixel density is of 294ppi (pixels per inch). This means that while you can watch clear and crisp videos is low lighting, the viewing ability of this phone in bright conditions is not very good. Watching high-quality videos can be a disappointing experience on the Unite 4 Pro.

Packed with 2GB of RAM and a quad-core Spreadtrum SC9832 processor that runs on 1.3GHz, the functioning of this smartphone is quick and smooth too. However if you are hoping to play heavy-duty games like Asphalt 8, then this is probably not the phone for you.

The smartphone is fitted with an internal memory of 16GB, which can be expanded using a microSD card of up to 32GB storage capacity. This should be just enough to store all your data including basic Android games, apps, music, documents, photos and videos. However it is not recommended that your store multiple movies on the device as this will tend to slow it down.

The Micromax Unite 4 Pro has a primary camera of 8 megapixels that is fitted on to the rear. The camera features an autofocusing capability and geo-tagging as well. While the image capturing capacity in low light conditions is not very good, the LED flash that is placed beside the rear camera is a helpful addition.

The camera can also take videos with a quality of 720 pixels and 30fps (frames per second). This means that while your videos will not be of HD quality, they will be sharp enough for viewing. The front camera is of 5 megapixels, which is just enough to take a good quality selfie.

Powered by a removable battery that has a capacity of 3900mAh, the Unite 4 Pro smartphone should give you up to 35 hours of battery life after just one charge. This is easily the best feature of the phone, as you can rely on it to function even if you are away from a charging port for an entire day.

The phone comes with Android version 5.1 Lollipop pre-installed and the Indus OS 2.0 user interface integrated into it. The Indus OS offers a multi-language option, with seven regional Indian languages to choose from.

Weighing at 145 grams, the phone is slightly on the heavier side, but not so much that it feels like a stone in your pocket. The Unite 4 Pro has a dual SIM capability and offers 3G, 4G, Bluetooth, WiFi and GPS connectivity.

The phone is also fitted with a number of sensors including an ambient light sensor, a proximity sensor, an accelerometer and a fingerprint sensor on the rear. Priced at approximately Rs. 8000, the Micromax Unite 4 Pro is a good budget phone with no major frills besides the powerful battery life.

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by techtalks @TechTalks October 14, 2016 9:54 AM UTC


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