YU has recently launched a new smartphone Yunique priced at Rs 4999. It comes powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 quad-core processor clocked at 1.2GHz. It has 4.7-inch IPS HD display with 1280×720 resolutions and supports 312ppi. It is a dual SIM smartphone and supports Dual Standby. If you have purchased this device, then here are few tips and tricks that can help you to explore your device with ease.
Insertion of SIM on the device is very simple. To insert SIM on your Yunique, switch off you device, remove the back panel. The device comes with a non-removable battery, and SIM card slots are above the battery level. Insert the SIM in the respective slot as per the marked direction on the panel. Place the back Cover and power on your device. You have successfully inserted SIM on your device.
Yu Yunique is a dual SIM smartphone and supports Dual Standby . The devcie supports Micro SIM card on it.
Sharing the data network over a device is very simple and helps in sharing your internet with other. To share the internet on your device, open the Settings, tap on More in Wireless and networks. Now, Click on tethering & portable hotspot. Further, tap on the hotspot that you want to activate. You can also set up the Network name and password by tapping on Set Up WLAN hotspot.
A screenshot helps you to capture your screen and save in the form of an image. To capture a screen on your Yunique, you need press the power button along with volume down button. The screenshot is captured and saved to the gallery folder on your device. For quick use, you can access that from the notification panel of the device.
How to check for the Android Updates on your device?
To check for Android updates on your device, Open the settings, scroll down to System and click on About phone. Now, click on system updates. The device check for updates and if no updates available then a message stating No Update Available is displayed on screen.
To install an external update you need to enable unknown sources option. To enable this option on your Yunique, Open the setting, Scroll down to Personal and click on Security. Now, head over to device and administration and tap on Unknown Sources and click on Ok button in the waring message. It is enabled on your device, now you can install many apps from apk on your device.
Quick Settings in the Notification panel cannot be customized.
Power saving mode helps in improving the battery life of your battery in case of emergency. To enable this on your device, Open the setting and head over to Device and click on battery. Now, tap the Menu button and click on Battery saver. Further, toggle the Off button to enable this on your device. You can customize the power saver mode by tapping on turn on automatically and selecting the battery percentage.
Acceleration and Proximity are the sensors available on the device.
There are no LED notification lights on the device.
All the devices with Android Lollipop on in supports the Screen pinning feature. Yu Yunique comes with Android 5.1 version on it. So, to enable this option on your device, Open the settings, scroll down to Personal and click on Security. Further, head over to Advanced and click on screen pinning. Now, toggle the Off button to enable that on your device. There is one more feature, i.e., Lock device when unpinning, if you enable this, your device is locked when you unpin the app from your screen. To use this open the overview button and tap on Pin button that is present at the bottom right of the screen. To unpin the app, you need to press and hold the back and overview button together.
Yes, there is an option where you can move apps from internal storage to SD card. To use this on your device, open the Settings, Scroll down to Device and tap on Apps. In the list of apps, tap on the app that you want to move. Now, click on move to card, the app is successfully moved from phone to SD card.
The device comes with 8GB as its internal storage and can be expanded upto 32GB using an external Micro SD card. 3.80GB is available for the user and rest of space is occupied by OS and pre-installed apps.
The device comes with 1GB RAM where system occupies 353MB; 138MB is occupied by pre-installed apps and 407MB of RAM is available when no apps are running on the device.
After testing the device with different benchmarking tools, here are the few of benchmarking scores of the device.
Antutu benchmark score: 18763
Vellamo Multicore score: 1020
Vellamo Metal score: 580
Chrome Browser Score: 1514
Geekbench Single-core score: 364
Geekbench Multi-core score: 1044
Quadrant Standard score: 13193
These are the general questions which a user search for when he purchases a new phone. If you have any other queries related to the product, pass them in the comment box, we will get back to you.