Updated 20 Jun, 2013, 5:32 pm IST
Intex launches Sense 3.0 Dual SIM phone for Rs. 3,450
| by Anuradha Shetty |
Intex Technologies has officially launched its touchscreen phone, called Sense 3.0, in the Indian market. As per the official statement, Intex Sense 3.0 is feted as one of the affordable phones bundled with 2GB data card sans any extra cost. Intex's latest is a Dual SIM (GSM +GSM) phone and is fuelled by a 1200 mAh battery - allowing users a talktime of up to 5 hours and standby time of up to 250 hours.
The Intex Sense 3.0 sports a 3.2-inch TFT screen and 2.0 smooth touch. Sense 3.0 users are being offered the option of remotely controlling their phone right from deleting phone book contacts to the entire call history, deleting messages to formatting the phone by sending a protected code SMS on the number.
Intex launches Dual SIM phone, Sense 3.0
Further, according to the official statement, Intex Sense 3.0 supports both English and Hindi languages and has a host of other features, such as caller group, auto call record, mobile tracker, expandable memory upto 16GB, e-book reader, video player (15FPS, AVI, 3GP, MP4), video recorder, FM with recording, sound recorder with auto call record, battery manager, pre-loaded games, peer control, 5 page idle screen, among others. For long video calls, the phone can also be easily connected to a webcam. The phone gives a storage space for 1000 phonebook and up to 400 messages. It also provides connectivity through Bluetooth, GPRS and WAP.
Lomo camera is an interesting camera application that allows one to click numerous pictures in various modes and options like a smartphone, as per the company. Besides enhancing photography skills, one can hone their piano playing skills through an interesting app – Piano, which is preloaded in the phone, adds the official statement.
Commenting on the launch, Sanjay Kumar, GM- Mobile Business, Intex Technologies (India) Ltd said, “Touchscreen mobile phones have taken the Indian mobile market by storm and it's a new found craze among the young Indians. Riding on the new wave, both multinationals and domestic players have plunged into touch phones category which gives consumers a desirable opportunity to choose from a wide range of options. Intex has always strived to provide its customers a vivid and varied experience of intelligent handsets with interesting features and applications. Hence, to offer variety in this category, we have thoughtfully designed INTEX SENSE 3.0 to suit the need of today’s generation who look for a gadget that is paired with great features and style at an unmatched price.”
Intex Sense 3.0 is available in three different hues - gold, white and silver. The company has priced the handset at Rs. 3,450. The handset can be bought through 15,000 plus distributors and reseller outlets and is also available at 70 INTEX SQUARES (exclusive retail stores) and several hypermarkets across the country.
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