Intex launches Cloud X1+, 3.5” smartphone below Rs. 3000

By March 21st, 2014 AT 5:42 PM

intex-cloud-phoneIntex Technologies introduced the Cloud X1+, most affordable 3.5” smartphone in the below-Rs.3000 price category, and the Cloud Y11, one of the low cost 3G-enabled 4” smartphone priced below Rs.5000. Running on Android platforms, the Cloud Y11 and the Cloud X1+ is targeted at widespread rural populations who wish to replace their feature phones and use fully equipped smartphones to get a rich user experience at a much affordable price.

keyfeaturesThe launch of the Cloud X1+ is a fulfillment of Intex’s promise last year to introduce a smartphone priced below Rs. 3000. The Cloud X1+, available in Black and White and priced at Rs. 2990, is the cheapest 3.5” device. The Cloud Y11, available in Black, Grey and White, is one of the lowest-priced 3G phone, pegged at an MRP of Rs. 4490.

The Intex Cloud X1+ and Cloud Y11 are both dual-SIM phones are pre-loaded with smart gravity sensors. The Cloud X1+ is powered with 1 GHz processor and Cloud Y11 runs on Dual Core processor which facilitate multi-tasking and provide an advanced gaming experience through enriched graphics support. Furthermore, both phones offer an ‘áuto rotate’ facility, which allows the phone screen to automatically rotate images, video playbacks and/or menus towards the direction the user is facing at that point of time.

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Go with lava iris 402+ (dual core,jb,512mb ram,4gb internal memory,3mp camera+ front cam)at Rs5200 instead of these phones.I got it in Valentine day offer (offline store) I suggest you to wait for special offers from online sites.It’s the best phone in 4.5-5.2k range.If you can extend up to 6k,go with xolo a500s/a600.


Can’t really believe how Cloud X1+ can be a success! MRP: 2990 seems to be real economic, but seriously, 128MB RAM? Last month, I read an article on XDA stating that the phones which are manufactured from March (or April, can’t remember) 2014, could only be loaded with Android Jelly Bean 4.2.2 and above… Then how it comes with Gingerbread, I dont know..!! Nut I guess to keep the price down they had sacrifice somethings..
@Rama: I agree with all your points.. Wonder how 256MB RAM can support Jelly Bean 4.2.2


*Yeah even I read a similar thing but what I read was as follows *See currently Android is highly fragmented with a considerable amount of people still using ginger bread and jelly bean. *This fragmentation does not give a uniform android experience to all and is a big headache for App developers. *Cuurently if a smartphone manufacturer wants to have Google apps/services on their smartphones they need a GMS(Google Media Services) approval from Google. *The GMS approval currently can be applied for any android version at any point of time *What Google is rumored to be working on is reducing… Read more »

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