Intex Launches Triple SIM Phone For Rs.3750

Indian mobile phone maker INTEX today announced the launch of INTEX Tri.Do – a triple SIM phone with CDMA slot just for Rs.3750. It is a bar style, GPRS enabled, Java based phone that can hold 3 SIM cards (GSM+ GSM+CDMA).

While receiving /making a call on one of the GSM connections, the CDMA connection remains active (and vice versa), hence the user can easily make a shift between the two numbers. Its video player is capable of playing even MP4 and 3GP files and the audio player has compatibility with all formats including MP3, AMR, Wave. One can savour the audio by connecting the output to external speakers via 3.5 mm jack.

The phone has 5.58 cm (2.2 inch) of TFT screen with 65K colors, 1.3 MP camera which can also be used as a webcam, mobile tracker, Bluetooth, phonebook with 1000 entries and dual memory card slots – up to 16 GB each.

After launching India’s first triple-sim phone in 2009, Intex has introduced its 3rd phone in this range which is an upgrade in terms of longer battery life (7 hrs talk time and 300 hrs stand-by) and a line-up of diverse and useful multimedia features. It is amongst the few phones available in the country which has 32 GB expandable memory feature.

Consumers will find INTEX Zone very useful which is an eclectic assortment of various functions like Answering Machine, Mobile Tracker, Auto Call Record, Google, MSN, Yahoo, Facebook and Games. The handset supports both English and Hindi and works as a modem, for web-surfing on your computer, too.

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vinay
July 10, 2011 3:01 pm 3:01 PM

Saurabh :
That day will be the worst day of my life when I ditch Nokia for any other maker. I’m surprised to see that these phones(Intex) have also got takers.

there r millions of mbl users in ind n thankfully majority of them r nt thinking ur way

vinay
July 10, 2011 2:55 pm 2:55 PM

Sushil Modi :
Phone looks good bur price should be sub 3K

agreed. looks good considering one of the GSM connections, the CDMA connection remains active (and vice versa), a call waiting feature

July 7, 2011 10:23 am 10:23 AM

@Manoj Abhigyan
If they reduce price here then we can get at least good smartphone at reasonable rate

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