04 May 2016
New Delhi: Indian smartphone maker Micromax yesterday launched Canvas Mega 2 with a six-inch display and long-lasting battery at Rs.7,999.
14 Apr 2016
Hyderabad: Mobile phone manufacturer Micromax today opened its new manufacturing facility which will have the capacity to manufacture one million mobile phones per month.
14 Apr 2016
New Delhi: Geared up to take the top slot as an integrated devices and services company in India, domestic electronics player Micromax Informatics Ltd on Wednesday refreshed its corporate, brand and product strategy with the launch of "Micromax 3.0".
11 Apr 2016
New Delhi: Domestic handset maker Micromax will now integrate a new wallet offering, powered by Visa and TranServ, for its smartphone users as it looks to beef up its services business.
31 Mar 2016
New Delhi: The Chinese technology giant Micromax has launched a series of smartphones in the past and received heaping praises for the same. The company has added a new product 'Canvas Spark 3 smartphone in its catalog, priced Rs 4,999.
04 Mar 2016
New Delhi: Leading budget phone maker Micromax yesterday said its CEO Vineet Taneja resigned from the company to pursue other interests."Vineet has moved on to pursue other interests.
18 Feb 2016
New Delhi: Mobile phone manufacturers Micromax has bagged the title sponsorship rights for the Asia Cup Twenty20 Tournament 2016, which will be held in Bangladesh from February 24 to March 6.
30 Jan 2016
New Delhi: The Indian technology giant Micromax has listed its most awaited smartphone Micromax Juice 4 on its official website. Although the company has not revealed the price or the availability of the device yet.
09 Mar 2016
New York: If rumours are to be believed, smartphone giant Apple is coming up with a 5.8-inch iPhone that will feature a tough AMOLED display panel and may launch it in 2018 or even earlier in 2017, media reports said.
02 Jan 2016
New Delhi: The year that has just begun will be the year of large screens and videos, the demand for cheaper smartphones will grow and 3G and 2G users will continue to co-exist over the next few years in India, Micromax, one of the country's leading smartphone makers, has predicted.