The company also claimed to have sold over 1.5 million units of the Unite 2 since its launch back in May, adding that this translates to three units sold per minute.
The Micromax Unite 2 was the company's first phone to support 21 languages (English, and 20 regional languages) with its Reverie Multilingual Pack. At launch, it was priced at Rs. 6,999 - pegged to compete with the Motorola Moto E - and ran Android 4.4.2 KitKat out-of-the-box.
The Micromax Unite 2 smartphone offers dual-SIM support, and features a 4.7-inch Bright Graph IPS display with a 480x800 pixel resolution. An unspecified quad-core processor powers the device, clocked at 1.3GHz, along with 1GB of RAM.
The Unite 2 sports a 5-megapixel autofocus rear camera with LED flash, while there is a 2-megapixel fixed focus front-facing camera also onboard. The handset comes with 4GB of inbuilt storage, and can be expanded to an additional 32GB via microSD card. The Micromax Unite 2 supports 3G, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and GPS under its wireless connectivity options. It is backed by a 2000mAh battery.Unfortunately, Micromax has not provided changelog for the Android 5.0 Lollipop update for the Unite 2 smartphone. The update will certainly feature the changes brought by Google to the platform, such as the Material Design UI; improved notification system; Kill Switch and improved security; improved hardware keyboard accessory support (including support for multilingual, emoji input, search key, and improved app and system key chords); improved accessibility features (such as text contrast boost, colour inversion, and enhanced colour differentiation); improved audio, video, and camera capabilities, and improved Internet connectivity everywhere apart from more powerful Bluetooth low energy capabilities