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For a very long time, GizBot was planning to get few details on the roadmap of Intex smartphones for the year 2013. Fortunately, Sanjay Kumar Kalirona, General Manager - Mobile Business and official spokesperson at Intex Technologies, opened up by dishing out few interesting details in context to upcoming smartphones.
The exclusive information is that Intex is indeed working on a successor to the recently launched Aqua Style, which is currently available in the market at Rs 11,200. While, the company's spokesperson did not reveal the specifications nor discussed the design element of the upcoming handset. However, Sanjay Kumar disclosed saying, "We are closely monitoring this market segment and developing product. On the launch part, yes you will hear from us shortly".
Further, he added, "We are aggressively working on quad core with different specs ranging from HD display to high memory capacity and powerful camera and are planning our first quad core based phone in April followed by complete range in different display sizes."
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Intex hasn't risen to the level of Micromax, but it is gaining rapidly in the Indian market. To rival its competitors, the company already has a dedicated series called - Aqua. The Aqua series is basically offers broad range of Android smartphones at different price range. The Indian based manufacturer delivered a power packed Phablet called - Aqua Style, a 5.9 inch dual core phablet flavored with Android 4.0 ICS.
After the surprise success of the Micromax Canvas HD smartphone in the Indian market; it would be safe to say that other tech vendors are also ready to display their engineering skills in the coming days.
While, budget phablets in India still costs more than Rs. 9,000, still, they are getting cheaper day-by-day, but why not to ask affordable bigger display smartphones, if any, are in the pipeline. This is what the manufacturer has to say, "Our major focus is to make smartphone more affordable. Secondly we will offer bigger screen models at further better price. We are planning another 3-4 models between the price range of Rs 5000-9000."
Clearly, Intex is aiming to capture bigger chunk of the market with planned announcement of affordable dual core smartphones. Let us know in the comments section below, do you own an Intex mobile phone? Will you consider buying an Intex phablet?