The YU company which is under Micromax has released yet another phone, the YU Yureka Note, giving a hard time to its competitors with powerful specifications. The company is known to produce good quality phones, some being very recent. The Yu Yureka Note will only be available online. The leaks were almost before the unveiling event and of course, it matched the original phone. The Yureka series introduced by the company is also a great line up for the Indian market. At the event, they mentioned that the phone they were trying to make was capable of playing powerful games and multimedia abilities.


The body has been made of a polycarbonate enclosed in the metal frame. Surprisingly, the phone features Android Lollipop 5.1.1 which is very rarely introduced in any phone series. Every company cooks up their OS and flashes it into the phone so that the nativity of the phone remains. The YU Yureka Note gives competition to the Lenovo K4 Note, Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 and the LeEco Le 1s. The LeEco Le 1s beats all of them in price but lacks the battery provided by the YU Yureka Note and Xiaomi Note 3, both of which provide 4000 mAh battery. The phone also supports quick charging. The Yureka has 3 GB of RAM with an internal memory of 16 GB (expandable). The processor is the MediaTek MT6753T octa-core chipset with the Mali GPU. Coming to the camera, it has 13-megapixel rear and 5-megapixel front cams with dual flash LED. The fingerprint scanner is behind the phone under the camera. Network and ports options are WiFi, Bluetooth, and micro-USB with OTG support.

Here are some leaks of YU Yureka Note before the events from Twitter user @AadeepSingh:

The volume rocker and the power buttons stay on the right edge of the phone while the speakers which use the NXP technology are situated at the bottom of the phone. Dual SIM is as usual an attrative feature for Indians while the phone concentrates on the media and game consumption by the customer. The smartphone is priced at ₹13,499 available online to buy.