Intex has silently launched a new affordable Android smartphone in the Indian market. Part of the company’s Aqua line-up, the new Intex Aqua V4 is being targeted to the consumers, who don’t wish to spend a hefty sum on their smartphone purchase. Priced at INR 2,699, this Intex phone is one of the cheapest Android smartphones available in the country right now.
For this price-tag, you will be getting a smartphone with 3.5-inch HVGA display, 1GHz single-core Spreadtrum SC7715 processor, 256MB of RAM and Android 4.4. The phone also comes with 512MB of on-board storage, microSD card slot, 2MP rear camera and 0.3MP front shooter. In addition, Intex has include dual-SIM support, 3G connectivity, FM Radio, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and 1200 mAh battery.
Although these specifications might not sound great, but they are quite decent for the given price-tag. The Aqua V4 is being offered in Gold, Silver, Grey and Black colour options and can now be grabbed from eBay India.
Intex Aqua V4 will be competing with Celkon’s Campus One and Campus A35K phones in the country, which also come with similar specifications and are priced in the same budget. Other phones with similar price-tags are Karbonn A50s, Karbonn A52 Plus, and iBall 3.5F Grabit.
Here is quick unboxing video of the phone from Intex itself to give you an idea of the smartphone:
This is a true deal at this price. I hope it sells well in imthe indian smartphone market.
As far as I know apps can’t be moved to sd card in 4.4. I am afraid what are people gonna use outta that 512MB of onboard memory!!