DBpedia (http://dbpedia.org/sparql) holds a static dataset, updated in batches roughly every 6-12 months. Changes made on Wikipedia will eventually show up here.
DBpedia-Live (http://live.dbpedia.org/sparql) holds a dynamic dataset, updated from the Wikipedia firehose on a near-constant basis. Changes made on Wikipedia generally show up here within hours if not seconds.
Wikipedia (and hence, derived DBpedia and DBpedia-Live) data is messy, and often lacks the specific detail you want, especially in the structured data block. For instance, the YU Yureka (not the "Micromax Yureka") does not have a Type: Smartphone entry, unlike, for instance, the Xiaomi Mi 2S.
The solution to your complaint is to update Wikipedia content, and then wait for DBpedia-Live to pick up your changes.