Intex Aqua Power IV the new 4G VoLTE smartphone launched by Intex today in India. The phone comes with budget price category. Intex Aqua Power IV comes with all needed specs like Android Nougat, massive battery, and 16GB internal storage. Intex Aqua Power IV will come in Black and Gold color.
Features & of Intex Aqua Power IV
The biggest feature of Intex Aqua Power IV is that it comes with 4000mAh Li-Poly Battery. Also, there is an Android 7.0 Nougat operating system. The phone has inbuilt QR code scanner. Moreover, Intex Aqua Power IV is a budget phone with this price. The price of Intex Aqua Power IV is Rs.5,499. This is a good price for a budget phone in this category. Also, the specifications of the phone are good for a budget phone.
Detailed Info of New Intex Aqua Power IV
Intex Aqua Power IV comes with a touch screen display of 5 inch HD display. the resolution of the phone is 480×854 pixels. Aqua Power IV is powered by a quad core processor. In terms of RAM and storage of Intex Aqua Power IV, there is 1GB of RAM and for storage, there is 16GB of internal storage. The internal storage of Aqua Power IV can be expanded up to 128GB via microSD card. Aqua Power IV from Intex runs on Android 7.0 Nougat operating system.
Coming to the camera specifications of Intex Aqua Power IV comes with a back camera of 5 megapixel and a flash. Intex Aqua Power IV also comes with a 5-megapixel front camera with a LED Flash. The phone is fueled with 4000mAh Battery. Connectivity options of the phone include wifi, Bluetooth, and 4G VoLTE. In Last month Intex launched a fast charging smartphone called Intex Aqua 3. Intex Aqua 3 is also a budget phone and the biggest highlight of the phone is 2GB RAM.
In Last month Intex launched a fast charging smartphone called Intex Aqua 3. Intex Aqua 3 is also a budget phone and the biggest highlight of the phone is 2GB RAM. Intex Aqua 3 is priced at Rs.5,777. Also, the company last month launched Intex ELYT e7 too. The main highlight of Intex ELYT is its 3GB RAM, 4G VoLTE support, and finger print sensor.
Source – Digit