Saturday, August 29, 2015


The Yureka Yu Plus is an upgraded version of the Yureka Yu. This handset comes with a Full HD screen, when compared to the HD display of the Yu, but sports the same good build quality .
The Yu Plus packs in hardware that performs as well as ­ and most times ­ even better than devices that cost double its price. When it came to pure benchmarks, it was a close second only to the Pana sonic Eluga Icon. Casual games and Full HD movie playback pose no issue, and this device handles 3D games like Frontline Commando 2, Gangstar Vegas and Asphalt 8: Airborne without any hitch.
Call quality is clear and audio playback through headphones is crisp. The output of its dual cameras is sharp enough to be posted on the web. Turn on the flash and you get snapshots that retain minute details under zoom.
The device runs Cyanogen OS 12 that allows users to fully customize their phones, and it is also packed with security features like Privacy Guard that allows you to manage app permissions and a Blacklist feature to block calls and messages from any number by simply adding it to a list.
On the battery front, you get slightly under a day's worth of work on a full charge. On the downside, the Yu Plus takes a while to latch onto networks. Also, it automatically disables mobile data when the battery runs below 20% in balanced mode, with no way to override that setting unless you switch to performance mode.

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