INTEX Introduces V Show- Projector Mobile Phone

By November 24th, 2010 AT 1:56 PM

Indian mobile phone maker INTEX Technologies today announced the launch of INTEX ‘V. SHOW’ India’s first mobile phone with inbuilt projector.

The INTEX V.SHOW (IN8810) is a touch-screen Dual SIM (GSM + GSM) variant and has another coveted feature -Dual Screen mode (phone screen mode and projector screen mode are simultaneously active). It comes with Dual Camera and a Dual Card memory slot of 8 GB each to expand the internal memory of 64 MB.

The company claims that the product matches to the Indian operating conditions and entertainment prerequisites such as long life battery so that one can watch a film for as long as three hours and a film quality of 25 Frames Per Second (FPS) – which is as good as the FPS used in movies.

Other features include inbuilt ‘Bolt’ mobile Internet browser and a Tripod stand as one of the accessories in the box (for an easy, hands-free visual experience).It also comes with built in apps for social networking site Facebook and Twitter.

Taking the visual experience to a new high are the clarity one can also convert the screen output from portrait to landscape and vice versa.The phone also comes with FM radio (wireless and wired) enabled, with GPRS connectivity and has an impressive 3.2 inches super color, dust resistant touch screen.The phone comes for a price tag of Rs 16,000.

Mr. Vinayak K Lal, GM- Marketing, Intex and Prachi Desai introducing the 'V SHOW' Mobile Phone

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