Intex Technologies is known for launching a lot of new devices in the market at a much affordable price point. Instead of going for the high-end flagship, Intex is known for launching multiple affordable devices in the market and now, on the same lines, the company has launched yet another feature phone in India. Yes, the company has now launched its first feature with 4G VoLTE in India.
The feature phone which the company has launched now is called Turbo+ 4G. This feature phone was launched as a part of the Navratna series. Along with this feature phone, the company also launched a bunch of other smartphones as well in various different series. All the feature phones, which the company has launched are priced between 700 INR to 1,500 INR. Do make a note that all the device which the company has launched are all entry-level feature phones.
Talking about the specs of the Turbo+ 4G, it sports a 2.4-inch QVGA display on the front. Internally, it is powered by a dual-core processor which is also coupled with 512MB of RAM. In terms of the storage, we are looking at a 4GB internal storage, which is also further expandable upto 32GB via a microSD card. This particular phone is running on KaiOS, which is the same one that is being used in the Jio Phone as well. And coming to the optics, the Intex Turbo+ 4G features a 2MP primary camera and on the front, there is a VGA camera as well for taking selfies.
This feature phone is kept powered by a 2,000 mAh battery which should be good enough to keep it powered for an entire day and even two days in few occasions, depending on the usage. And as mentioned earlier, the company also launched a bunch of other devices in the series. They have three other feature phones in ECO series called ECO 102+, ECO 106+, and ECO Selfie. The Turbo series also got two other devices namely Turbo Shine and Turbo Selfie18. There is yet another series called the Ultra series which has two new additions called Ultra 2400+ and Ultra Selfie.
Having said that, we would like to know if you would be interested in buying these devices or would you rather prefer the Jio Phone? Be sure to comment down below.