Intex Turbo Selfie+ and Ultra 4000i feature phones announced today

Intex technologies announce two new feature phones. Check out the details below.

    It is just yesterday that Intex technologies announced Aqua Lions 4G phone at Rs. 5,449. Being a pioneer in launching sub-ranged phones, Intex unveils two new feature phones today in India.

    Intex Turbo Selfie+ and Ultra 4000i feature phones announced today

    One is the Turbo Selfie+, whereas the other one is the Intex Ultra 4000i. Let's take a detailed insight on both the feature phones.

    Talking about the specifications on the Turbo Selfie+, the device sports a 2.4-inch TFT screen, whereas the Intex Ultra 4000i features a 2.8-inch TFT screen.

    On the camera front, the Turbo Selfie+ includes both rear and front facing camera, along with various modes of photography in low light situation. Providing such a decent camera set-up, Intex Turbo Selfie+ is priced at Rs. 1,490.

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    Moving ahead, Intex Ultra 4000i comes packed with a 4000mAh battery and is further consists of 6 LED lights. The Ultra 4000i is available at a price tag of Rs. 1,790, and also supports 22 Indian languages and is also pre-loaded with games.

    In terms of the storage capacity, both the Intex feature phones equip a 64Gb memory unit, wherein Turbo Selfie+ is backed by a 1450mAh battery which the company claims offer a talk time of 13 hours and standby time of 350 hours.

    Apart from these, both the Intex feature phones also include Wireless FM, Phone Book 2000 (Phone-1000, T Card-1000), SMS 200, GPRS/WAP, Bluetooth connectivity, Smart Divert, numeric handset Lock, USB storage, and are available only in Black color.


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