With a price of about €100 (approx. $105), it’s safe to say that the great strength of Micromax In 2c is its affordability. Its other positives include its design and battery life. In case you’re looking for all-rounder or performance-centric phones, it’s best to look at rival phones. The phone has a plastic back and frame, but it is durable. Therefore, you don’t need to worry about its display quality. The back panel does a good job of resisting fingerprints, but the edges do the opposite. To combat that, use the phone with a case on. However, it misses out on a fingerprint scanner, which might be a deal-breaker for some.
For colors, you get to choose between Brown and Silver. The silver one is the more attractive of the two. Micromax In 2c has a manageable weight of 198 grams and measures 6.47 by 2.98 by 0.34 inches. Considering the price, the display quality is acceptable, but the audio quality is average. The phone has a 6.5-inch HD+ IPS LCD screen with a screen resolution of 20: 9. Its screen-to-body ratio is 82.5%, while its PPI density is 269. The phone has a peak brightness of 420 nits, which is on the lighter side both on paper and in practical use. As a result, you will have to look for shade while using your phone outdoors.
In the sound department, the phone has a loudspeaker and a 3.5 mm headphone jack. The phone’s overall performance is below average. Also, you will have to deal with lags even while you’re doing as basic stuff as calling or messaging your friend. Naturally, the result will only be worse with heavier tasks. The chipset and GPU used here are Unisoc T610 and Mali-G52 MP2 respectively. On the bright side of things, Micromax In 2c offers a bloat-free near-stock Android experience. The phone runs Android 11 out-the-box, which is disappointing since it was released on the 1st of May 2022.
What is also disappointing is that its single variant has 3 GB of RAM and 32 GB of internal storage. Both are on the smaller side, considering the needs of a modern average user. The device supports a memory card, which is a plus. Besides a memory card, the Micromax In 2c supports up to two Nano-SIM cards and connections up to 4G. Coming to cameras, the phone performs “okay” in well-lit conditions. In any other conditions, it performs poorly. It has an 8 MP wide-angle and a VGA depth sensor camera on the back. On the front, the device has a 5 MP camera for selfies and video communications.
Micromax In 2c has features like LED flash, HDR, and panorama and can record videos in 1080p@30fps. Coming back to sensors, the phone has an accelerometer, proximity, gyro, and compass. In the communication department, the device features USB Type-C 2.0, USB On-The-Go, GPS, Bluetooth 5.0, Hotspot, and dual-band Wi-Fi. The absence of FM Radio, at this price, is shocking. The phone performs well in the battery department, as it gets you over the day on average use. Micromax In 2c has a 5000 mAh Li-Po non-removable battery which only supports the standard 10W charging. Therefore, if you are looking for a phone with a fast-charging feature, this isn’t the one.