Intex Aqua V2: Affordable 3G Smartphone Launched in India at Rs 3,090

By Anuj
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In a bid to attract low end smartphone buyers, Intex has launched a new affordable Android smartphone called the Aqua V2. The domestic handset maker has listed the Intex Aqua V2 on its official website; however, there's no official word yet about the availability of the new device in India.

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Intex Aqua V2: Affordable 3G Smartphone Launched in India at Rs 3,090

 

The Intex Aqua V2 comes with a 3.5-inch HVGA (320x480 pixels) display. The low-end handset is powered by a seemingly low-end 1GHz single core Spreadtrum (SC7715) processor coupled with 256MB of RAM, 104MB of inbuilt storage and an expandable storage via microSD card (up to 32GB).

Around back there's a 2-megapixel camera, while your video call needs are taken care of by a 0.3-megapixel camera. Also, there's a 1300mAh battery that is said to deliver up to 6-8 hours of talk time and up to 180 hours of standby time.

As noted, it will also support 3G networks for super-fast data speeds, alongside standard connectivity (Wi-Fi, Dual-SIM, GSM, GPRS, Bluetooth 4.0 and A-GPS) options.

It's a fairly chunky smartphone for the specs onboard, with a 10.6 mm-thick polycarbonate body that weighs in at 112g. The phone runs on Google's Android 4.4 mobile OS.

The Intex Aqua V2 will be available in Black, Brown, and White colors. There's no update yet on its retail availability. The entry-level handset, meanwhile, is priced at Rs. 3,090.

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