Intex Launches Aqua Lions T1 Lite at Rs. 4499

Aqua Lions T1 Lite

Aqua Lions T1 Lite

Domestic smartphone maker Intex launched its first the Aqua Lions T1 Lite in India. Intex Aqua Lions T1 Lite is priced at Rs 4,449 and is available in three colour options of "Royal Black", "Steel Grey" and "Champagne".

Intex Aqua Lions T1 Lite comes with a 5-inch FWVGA (480 x 854 pixels) display with 196ppi as pixel density.

For photography, the Intex Aqua Lions T1 Lite comes with a 5MP primary camera with LED flash support for better lowlight capturing. It is powered by a quad-core MediaTek chipset, which is coupled to 1GB of RAM and 8GB of internal storage. The storage can be expanded up to 64GB with a microSD card. On the front, it has a 2MP shooter for selfies and video calls. Some of the noteworthy features of the budget smartphone include Android 7.0 Nougat OS and Intex's Value Added Services such as LFTY, DataBack and Prime Video out-of-the-box. The camera app features modes such as Beauty mode, Panorama, Burst mode and Frame. DataBack is a data saving app which allows you to save up to 500MB data every month, and subscription-based Prime Video is an app by Amazon which allows you access to online infotainment content including Bollywood movies and regional movies.

Nidhi Markanday, Director, Intex Technologies said, "We wanted to start 2018 by gifting consumers something memorable and so came up with the lowest priced smartphone in the popular 5-inch segment in the market". This phone has Matrabhasha service that enables communication in 21 regional languages including Hindi. "Intex's in-house Value-Added Services embedded in Lions T1 Lite will add to its cool quotient and will surely be a delight for all".

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