As she begins to communicate on her next smartphone, the one that will succeed a first Yureka model and which currently responds to the code name Caesar, the Yu brand (behind which we find the Indian Micromax) takes the opportunity to swing a spade bound for Xiaomi.
Without explicitly naming its competitor (Micromax created this brand to fight back against Xiaomi), the firm Yu indeed emphasizes the lag at Xiaomi, which introduces devices running Android 4.4 KitKat while the time is Android 5.0 Lollipop.
It notably refers to the Redmi 2 smartphone presented in January and announced with Android KitKat. The high-end Mi Note and Mi Note Pro models, also unveiled in January, are not affected, because accompanied by Android Lollipop.
Why choose KitKat at the time of Android Lollipop? (click to enlarge)
No information on the other hand concerning the smartphone in question. But Yu promises a launch in the near future, with obviously Android Lollipop on board. An Android Lollipop which will also be reworked by the Cyanogen.