The much-awaited Yu Yunicorn has been launched today by Rahul Sharma, Yu CEO at Rs. 12999. The whole launch event lasted for nearly an hour. Priced at Rs. 12999, Yu Yunicorn is available in Rush Silver, Graphite and Rush Gold color variants.
Regarding specifications, the Yu Yunicorn features a 5.5-inch Full HD IPS display, an octa-core MediaTek Helio P10 processor, 4GB RAM, 32GB internal storage (expandable up to 128GB using SD Card) including 4000mAh battery.
While the rear camera is equipped with a 13MP sensor with LED flash, the front-facing snapper is integrated with a 5MP sensor.
As far as connectivity is concerned, Yu Yunicorn offers 4G, LTE, 3G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and GPS connectivity including a highly sensitive fingerprint sensor with chip-level security system that can store up to 5 fingerprint profiles.
Yu Yunicorn will be available via flash sale on June 7 exclusively via Flipkart. The registrations for the upcoming flash sales has already started and you can register till 1 PM on June 7.
The company is offering a discount as part of the launch offer with a fixed price of Rs. 12999 per unit. According to official sources, the price will be Rs. 17999 after one month. However, it is highly unlikely for a price increase in future. These are all marketing tricks plotted by companies.
If you remember, LeEco also announced that it will increase of price of Le 1s Eco to Rs. 15999 during the launch event but the smartphone is still available at Rs. 9999.
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