Micromax launched the In note 1 in India in late November and the company has been working on a Pro follow-up to that model. One unit was spotted running Geekbench and besides revealing the name, it also listed a model number (E7748_64) and chipset information.
The Micromax In note 1 Pro is powered by a MediaTek Helio G90 chipset (MT6785). It is still a 12 nm chip, but compared to the G85 found inside the vanilla model, this chip features slightly more recent Cortex-A76 cores (two at 2.05 GHz) and a higher-end Mali-G76 MC4 GPU (up from two A75 cores and a Mali-G52 MC2).
This particular phone ran Android 10 with 4 GB of RAM. This again matches the vanilla model, though the OS now feels even older than it did a few months ago.
When will the Micromax In note 1 Pro launch? In other words, what’s taking so long? The E7748 was certified by the Bureau of Indian Standards way back in December, but it is yet to appear.
Back then a company official mentioned 6 GB of RAM (an option by the looks of it), a high refresh rate display (90 Hz) and Widevine L1 support for high definition video streaming. However, we haven’t heard much about the phone since.