Intex Launches Aqua HD a 4.7 Inch Smartphone at 15,900 INR

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Intex Launches Aqua HD a 4.7 Inch Smartphone at 15,900 INR

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Intex has expanded its Aqua range by launching the Aqua HD in the Indian market, the device is available in the market for 15,900 INR, this price is the MRP so you can expect it to be cheaper in the markets.

The Intex Aqua HD has a 4.7 inch HD TFT display with a resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels. The device is powered by a 1.2 GHz quad-core MediaTek processor along with a 1 GB of RAM and 4 GB of in built storage, which can be expandable up to 32 GB via micro SD card. Aqua HD runds on Android 4.2 Jelly Bean, and comes with dual SIM support which is GSM + GSM.

Aqua HD sports a 13 MP main camera with a LED flash, the camera is capable of 1080p videos and the device  also sports a 5 MP front facing camera. The phone is powered by a 1800 mAh battery, and comes up with a couple of sensors like an accelerometer, a proximity sensor, light sensor and gyroscope. The device also has some standard features like Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS and 3G.


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  • yeshu

    bsnl champion trendy 531 battel for this model?

  • giri1in

    MediaTek processors are equal to crap

    most games lag…wonder why these people still use them…low cost may be…

  • Vishal Thakur

    4gig internal and 1 gb ram is not going to attract a person with even a bit of knowledge

  • Sagar Korde

    I am amazed by the tactics of Indian Smart phone makers.. each and every phone is chinese rebranded ones.. I wonder whether these companies talk internally with each other regarding which phone from china they are going to rebrand..

  • Rohit

    RAM Should be of 2GB

  • Asif

    intex aqua hd is a rebranded koobee i96…not known if the camera uses BSI Sensors for low light photos.chineese reviews hav also reported heating issues.Its upto Intex now to clarify regarding BSI