Intex launches A New Smartphone today with 4G, Super AMOLED display and 13MP Camera!

By Sudhiir

Intex today announced the launch of Cloud Flash smartphone. The smartphone features a 5-inch Super AMOLED HD IPS display, powered by a 2GB RAM Mediatek chipset. The device has a double sided Corning Gorilla Glass 3, the best for protection and sturdy usage.

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The device is powered by a 1.3 GHz octa-core processor. It runs Android OS Lollipop 5.1. The smartphone weighs of 123gms. It is powered with 2300mAh Li-Poly battery that gives a talk time of 4-6 hours along with a standby time of 250-300 hours.

Intex launches A New Smartphone Today at Rs. 9,999!

The handset comes with a 13MP rear camera with LED Flash and a 5MP front camera to click selfies. The camera comes with features like HDR, self-timer, flash, live photo mode, motion tracker mode, click with volume button, face and smile detection, voice capture, panorama, multi-angle view mode, victory gesture, anti-shake camera (in front camera) and continuous shots.

The phone has a Smart Wake feature , which allows one to access the camera, music, files or any other feature without unlocking the phone by drawing C, M & W on the screen.

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The device comes with an in-built 16GB inbuilt memory expandable up to 128GB. Intex has also tied up with Airtel to provide the double data benefits to the consumers which will be applicable on 3G/4G. The Intex Cloud is available in two colors - Black and White plus Champagne. Cloud Flash comes with a 1-year screen breakage warranty.

The device will be exclusively available on Gadgets 360 for Rs.9,999.

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