Micromax has launched In Note 2 for Rs 12,999. It has a quad-camera setup consisting of a 48 MP main sensor, 5 MP ultra-wide lens, 2 MP bokeh assist and a 2 MP macro lens. On the front, it has a 16 MP camera.
If you are wondering if Note has an updated camera module compared to Note 1 which launched last year, the answer is no. They are identical.
We’ve spent some time with Micromax’s latest smartphone and here’s our In Note 2 review.
The image you clicked the rear camera on Micromax I Note 2 in daylight or in good lighting conditions comes out very well. They have a good amount of detail and are sharp.
The ultra-wide shot came out fine but they slowed down a slight fish-eye effect and lacked detail in the corners.
Color reproduction in snaps clicked from In Note 2 is a few shades darker from the original color. Another issue we noticed was that the autofocus struggled to focus on the subject, especially portraits.
The clicked macro shot using the rear camera of Micromax In Note 2 is quite good, it captures a good amount of detail and the bokeh effect comes out well.
Selfies stand out well when used without portrait mode and even the skin tone is spot on. But on the other hand, if portrait mode is enabled, edge detection is a slight issue.
Low-light shots are just ok and lacking in detail. Even the colors are a bit off.