Micromax has finally taken wraps off the latest samrtphone from its subsidiary YU – the YU Yuphoria. With the arrival of YU Yuphoria, the battle for being the best budget smartphone will get hotter and YU Yuphoria’s closest rival will be none other than Motorola’s iconic device, the second generation Moto E.
Here we bring a quick comparison of the key features of both the device.
Display: The first impression of any smartphone is its display and YU Yuphoria is going to score a point over Moto E here. The YU Yuphoria comes with a 5-inch IPC LCD capacitive touchscreen with 720×1280 pixel. The second generation Moto E lacks the .5 inch in the screen size and some pixels too as it comes with 4.5 inch IPS LCD screen with 540×960 pixel. The YU Yuphoria’s pixel density is ~295 ppi pixel density whereas Moto E has only ~245 ppi pixel density.
Processor: The powerhouse of a smartphone always rests in processor. This a battle ground where these two devices compete neck to neck. YU Yuphoria is powered by a quad-core Snapdragon chipset clocked at 1.2 GHz supported by 2 GB of RAM. The Moto E comes with same processor supported by 1 GB of RAM.
Camera: The shooters department of the YU Yuphoria looks quite robust when compared to the second generation Moto E. The YU Yureka’s primary camera is of 8 megapixel accompanied by an LED flash light. Moto E’s back camera is of 5 megapixel and the absence of LED light makes it disappointing.
The secondary camera of the YU Yureka looks perfect at 5 megapixel and with 85 degree wide angle feature it is going to be loved by selfie lovers. The Moto E front camera is of VGA quality.
OS: The Moto E runs Android 5.0 Lollipop which is the latest operating software from Google. However, the YU Yuphoria runs a tweaked version of Android 5 Lollipop as CyanogenMod 12. The CyanogenMod gives the smartphone some new features and make it more efficient with its battery performance.
Storage: Here come the point that makes you worried when you want to store your pictures, videos and music files. YU Yureka comes with 16 GB internal memory; the phone does have a microSD slot that supports a card up to 32 GB. The Moto E comes only with 8 GB internal memory and the external memory slot of the phone supports a microSD card of up to 32 GB.