Yu Yutopia has been making news from quite some time now, and the latest teaser released by the company just adds to the speculations. If the new teaser image is to be taken seriously, the the Yu Yutopia will get 32GB of minimum internal storage. What makes the teaser very criticising is that it takes a dig on Apple’s iPhone, which charges a premium of $650 for the base variant and comes with just 16GB of storage, which is amusing as other manufacturers have already adopted 32GB inbuilt storage as the minimum standard.

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Among other rumors about the Yutopia smartphone, it has almost been confirmed that the device will boast a QHD display, which would be the first for the company. It is also very likely that the phone might get a full meta body, which would also be a first for the company, as all the previous Yu smartphones either had a plastic body or just a metal frame. Rahul Sharma, Yu Founder, had tweeted earlier this month that the Yu YuYutopia was going to be the most powerful phone on the planet.

Though the specifications for the Yu Yutopia are unknown, the Yu550 smartphone was spotted a few days ago at Geekbench. The phone was running on an octa-core 1.5GHz Snapdragon 810 (MSM8994) processor and featured 4GB RAM. It sported a 5.2-inch Full-HD screen with Android 5.1.1 Lollipop-based Cyanogen OS underneath. The phone had scored 1353 in single-core test, while the multi-core test resulted in 4622 points. Looking at the specifications, we expect the Yu Yutopia to carry a premium price tag.

Meanwhile, the Yu5050 was listed on Zauba, the Indian export/import website, and the phone carried dual-SIM support, microSD card support, and a 5.2-inch display. These Micromax phones were shipped from China with a declared value of INR 20,295 to INR 20,752. But these prices are just tentative and the original retail prices will surely differ. But do these prices give us a hint about the Yu Yutopia’s price tag? Only time will tell.


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