Micromax’s YU has seen plenty of success and positive feedback in India, and it’s not a mystery as to why. The company has managed to …

If the rumour mills are doing their job right, Alibaba will soon invest up to $1.2 billion in India based smartphone vendor Micromax.

Micromax has just announced the Canvas Spark Android smartphone for the Indian market, with a quad-core processor and Android Lollipop.

Micromax’s Canvas A1 from the Android One series is the world’s first MediaTek phone to get Android v5.1 Lollipop.

India based Micromax have moved from mobile to clash with electronics giants in the living-room with their very own Android Smart TV.

Karbonn arenā€™t the only Indian phone maker to launch a phone today, Micromax have released their Canvas Selfie phone, a model that looks very familiar to us.

Micromax is one of the three Android One partners of Google in India, but the maker has gone on and started seeding an Android Lollipop for one of its phones.

Itā€™s one we have been wondering about and a lunch which has much confusion in the tech world, and now here it is! So was the wait for the Cyanogen powered Yureka worth it?

It hasn’t been a wee since Xiaomi was ordered to stop selling its phones in India, but China’s OnePlus already gets a ban!

Yu, Micromax’s wholly owned subsidiary and CyanogenMod Inc.’s partner, now has a discussion forum being built in OnePlus fashion.

The OnePlus One will no longer enjoy OTA updates to newer versions of CyanogenMod in India, thanks to CyanogenMod Inc. inking a deal with another popular company.

Micromax has finally confirmed that the company is indeed working on building a smartphone line with Cyanogen Inc, known as Yu mobiles.

The Micromax Canvas 5 is ready for a launch, and it’s going to redefine how you think about Indian phones.

An all-new Micromax smartphone was spotted at reseller listings with an octa-core processor and an AMOLED display.

Suddenly out of favour after the Xiaomi aftermath, Micromax today unveiled its latest offering — Canvas Nitro — that aims to bring back the lost ground.

After a quiet few months, India’s Micromax is ready to announce itself yet again on the budget smartphone war.

Micromax just announced that they’ve inked a deal with Corning to use Gorilla Glass on their future premium phones.

Quite a few Indian manufacturers launched budget octa-core smartphones in the recent past. This probably made the lead of the pack – Micromax – feel the heat!

Among the best looking phones from Micromax, the Canvas Knight is all set to get a bit more powerful, or at least optimized thanks to an Android v4.4.2 update.

Micromax have announced yet another smartphone in the 7,000 INR price bracket, to apparently battle the Moto E uprising that has taken the Indian market by storm.