The Intex Aqua Craze and Aqua Lite have been unveiled in India, following the launch of the brand’s first fitness band the FitRist. While the first and second have received an official announcement, the second has only been listed on the brand’s site.
The biggest highlight of the Intex Aqua Craze is its 4G connectivity at the entry-level cost of Rs 6190. It joins the Aqua Raze and Aqua Wing as budget LTE-phones for the masses. The latest product out of the brand’s stable will have to face a lot of competition in the sector, which has exploded in the wake of the high-speed network’s arrival in the country.
Taking a deeper look at its features, the Aqua Craze offers users a 2500mAh battery which is supposed to last for up to 8 hours of talk time and 168 hours of standby time. The smartphone houses an 8MP autofocus primary snapper equipped with LED flash and a 2MP front-facing unit for selfies and video calls.
The Intex offering further displays its visuals through a 5-inch HD IPS screen. It runs on Android 5.1 Lollipop and fuels its daily tasks through a 1GHz quad-core processor. On the memory front, it contains 8GB of ROM and 1GB of RAM. Buyers who run out of room can expand on the former up to 32GB via a microSD card.
Moving on to the Aqua Lite, the handset is priced at Rs 3199. Unlike the Aqua Craze, it does not boast of 4G connectivity. The phone sports modest camera specs of 2MP on both its front and rear shooters. It carries a 4-inch WVGA (480 x 800p) display, 4GB of ROM, 512MB of RAM, a 1.3GHz quad-core SoC and a 1400mAh battery.
Finally, the Intex FitRist is currently available via Snapdeal and can be bought in exchange of Rs 999. The budget fitness band can apparently deliver 12 hours of battery life and flaunts a 0.86-inch OLED screen. Users can view notifications for calls, control music and utilize it as a smartphone shutter tool.
Once more, the Intex Aqua Craze, Aqua Lite and FitRist are out in India and will retail for Rs 6190, Rs 3199 and Rs 999.