Intex launches new smartphone with 3 GB RAM at Rs.12,999

New Delhi, Sep 30 (IANS) Domestic handset-maker Intex Technologies on Wednesday launched a new smartphone Aqua Ace, with 3 GB RAM, priced at Rs.12,999.

The 4G-enabled Aqua Ace comes with a Corning Gorilla Glass 3-protected five-inch SUPER AMOLED HD display. At the core, the device is powered by a 3 GB RAM unit and a 1.3 GHz quad-core Mediatek (MT6735) chipset processor.

“Intex has been consistently raising the bar for the industry and with Aqua Ace, we have once again taken a leap to the next level with 3 GB RAM, double gorilla glass and a massive memory capacity of up to 128 GB,” said Sanjay Kumar Kalirona, mobile business head of Intex Technologies.

“The Aqua Ace combines the best of everything — sleek looks, sturdy nature and a breathtaking performance — which clearly makes it the best smartphone in the sub-15k segment,” Kalirona added.

The device, which will draw power from a 2,300 mAH battery, will run on Android Lollipop. The rear camera unit on the device will be 13 megapixel and the front camera unit will be five megapixel.

The camera comes with innovative features like Gesture capture, HDR, flash, live photo mode, motion track mode, capture while recording, face detection, voice capture, Panorama mode, multi-angle view mode and anti-shake camera (in front camera).

The device comes with an in-built 16 GB ROM with an expandable memory of up to 128 GB. The Ace comes with a one-year screen breakage warranty and a complementary bag pack and a smart or sensor-based flip cover.

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