Bengaluru: Indian smartphone manufacturer Micromax has launched two models. The launch is seen as a stiff competition to China. 

The word “In” in the phone lays stress on India. 

The lineup includes two handsets namely, Micromax In Note 1 and Micromax In 1b, both of which are manufactured in India and powered by MediaTek Helio processors, notes TimesNow. 

Micromax India co-founder Rahul Sharma emphasised that these phones are here to disrupt the Indian market and give a stiff competition to Chinese smartphone makers. “Don’t just consider us because we are an Indian brand. When I always consider deeply before buying any product, how can I ask you to do otherwise?”, he said. 
On its Twitter account, it had said, "Aao karein thodi cheeni kum! Gear up for the mega unveiling of the new #INMobiles range of smartphones by Micromax live at 12 noon on the 3rd of November.”

The ire against China:

India and China are at loggerheads in the last few months as China attacked Indian soldiers at the Galwan Valley in the month of June. As many as 20 Indian soldiers were martyred.

In the aftermath of the incident, as a punitive measure, India banned several Chinese apps, sending it a stern message that it would fight tooth and nail to protect its territorial integrity.

PM Modi had also visited Ladakh to boost the morale of the forces.

"The difficult conditions under which you serve as a shield for Mother India cannot be compared to any other country. Your courage is higher than the heights where you are posted today. I once again pay my tributes to the brave soldiers martyred in Galwan Valley,” he had said.

"The bravery of 14 Corps will be talked about everywhere. Tales of your bravery and valour are echoing in every house in the country," the PM added.

“The enemies of Mother India have seen your fire and your fury. Ladakh is India’s forehead and symbolises the honour of the country, he further stated.

"Those who are weak can never initiate peace, bravery is a prerequisite for peace," PM Modi said while addressing soldiers in Ladakh.

Taking an example from the Bhagavadgita, the PM said, “Our resolution and strength is as high as the Himalayas. We are those who pray to the flute playing Krishna, but are also inspired by the Sudarshan Chakra wielding Krishna,” he had added.