As for launch offers, Vodafone is offering 50GB free data for those who purchase the device.
Looking at the price point and specifications on offer, Bharat 5 will be competing with Xiaomi's Redmi 5A, which debuted in India on Thursday. For storage, it has 16GB internal storage onboard. Compared to its competition - Nokia 2 and Bharat 5 which come with 1GB RAM paired with Snapdragon 212 or a 1.3GHz quad-core processor - the Redmi 5A comes with the highly efficient 425 SoC paired with 2/3GB of RAM. Packed with a 5 MP rear camera and 5 MP Selfie camera with LED Flash.
The Moto C Plus also comes with an 8-megapixel rear camera with no LED flash. The Micromax Bharat 5 has a price tag of Rs. 5555 which makes it cheaper than the Nokia 2 which retails at Rs. 6999 and expensive than the Redmi 5A which will be priced at Rs. 4999 for the first five million buyers.The USP of the Micromax Bharat 5 is its abnormally large 5000mAh battery. It runs Android 7.0 Nougat and is powered by a massive 5,000 mAh battery, which Micromax claims delivers a standby time of 500 hours. Micromax also confirmed that they will launch more Bharat branded handsets in the future.More news: After '50 surgeries' Angelina Jolie lookalike terrifies internet
Launched as entry-level 4G phones, more than the specs and features on offer, it will be with the pricing that will define the futures of the three phones. The internal memory of the Micromax Bharat 5 stands at 16GB. This is the biggest highlight of Micromax Bharat 5 smartphone.
With 5.2 inch full HD view, one can get an immersive viewing experience like never-before. Now, the Bharat 5 is the successor to that series.
Connectivity options on the Bharat 5 include- 4G VoLTE support, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth v4.0, Micro-USB port for charging, FM Radio and 3.5mm headphone jack. The phone also comes with Vodafone offer, in which if you recharge you vodafone number with 1GB data you will get 10 GB of Data for next 5 months.