Last week, Micromax Unite 2 was launched as the first and foremost competitor of Moto E and it did manage to garner enough attention. Since Moto E was criticized for its fixed focus 5 MP camera, it was only wise of Micromax to offer something substantial in imaging department. Let’s take a look at the camera performance.
Micromax Unite 2 Quick Specs
- Display Size: 4.7 Inch WVGA IPS LCD, 800 x 480 resolution, 199 PPI
- Processor: 1.3 GHz Quad Core MT6582 processor with Mali 400 GPU
- RAM: 1 GB
- Software Version: Android 4.4 KitKat
- Camera: 5 MP Auto Focus camera, Capable of 720P HD video recording
- Secondary Camera: 2 MP
- Internal Storage: 4 GB
- External Storage: MicroSD support up to 32 GB
- Battery: 2000 mAh
- Connectivity: HSPA+, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth with A2DP, aGPS, GLONASS, Micro USB 2.0
- Dual SIM (Micro SIM+ Normal SIM)
- OTG Support – It detected flash drive but could not read it in our initial testing
Micromax Unite 2 Camera Review, Features and Comparison with Moto E Camera [Video]
Micromax Unite 2 Camera Details
Micromax has provided with a 5 MP rear camera with autofocus and tab to focus supported. The camera can record 720p HD as well as 1080p Full HD videos which is not a common trait in this price range. At the front, you will get a 2 MP shooter for video chatting and selfies, another important feature that is missing in Moto E.
Micromax Unite 2 Camera Samples
Unite 2 camera is a good performer in good lighting. It is one of the best 5 MP units that we have come across in sub 10,000 INR price range. In the pictures below you can compare the performance in day light and artificial light.
Colors are more natural in day light as compared to artificial light. The pictures also show better details in sunlight, but the low light performance is also pretty decent.
The following day light shot also shows copious details and doesn’t give way to ambient noise even when zoomed in.
Micromax Unite 2 Camera Photo Gallery
Micromax Unite 2 Camera Video Sample 1088p at 30fps [Video]
Micromax Unite 2 Camera Comparison and Conclusion
Compared to its arch rival Moto E, Unite 2 has a much better camera. The camera is quite good one in this price range. Low light images are decent enough and Unite 2 handles the sun quite well. You can take a look at the comparison shots below to know where it stands with respect to Moto E