It must be a new month already. No, not because November has come and gone but instead because Intex has launched a new smartphone today. With the exception of Samsung, there are very few companies who seem to be launching devices as regularly as Intex. So if you are a lover of Intex and especially a lover of the Intex Aqua range then this will be very much up your street. Introducing, from the company who brought you the Intex Aqua T2 in September, the company who brought you the Intex Aqua Amaze in October and the company who brought you the Intex Aqua V4 in November. It is now time to meet December’s device. Without further ado, welcome the ‘Intex Aqua Power’.
So what does the power bring? Well, with a name like Aqua Power you may think that this is more suited to water sports but you would be wrong. The Power name is not unintentionally. This is a power-based addition to the Aqua range and largely because it comes equipped with a massive 4000mAh battery. According to Intex, such a powerful battery will offer up to eleven hours of talk time and 500 hours of standby. Besides the battery the rest of the specs are rather less powerful though. The Intex Aqua Power comes with a 5″ FWVGA IPS display. Inside, the device is loaded with 1GB RAM and an octa-core MediaTek MT6592M processor (clocked at 1.4GHz). In terms of memory the Aqua Power comes with 8GB internal memory along with an expandable microSD card slot. In terms of cameras, the Aqua Power offers an 8MP camera on the back along with a more modest 2MP front facing camera. Additional features on offer and worth noting include dual-SIM support, its massive 4000mAh battery, 3G, WiFi, Bluetooth and a pedometer. Not forgetting the device will come running on Android 4.4.2 (KitKat).
So there you go, the Intex Aqua Power has arrived with its whopping battery. If the 4,000 mAh has got you interested then you can buy the device now. In terms of price, the Aqua Power is listed at Rs 8,444 which equates to roughly $135. So that’s quite a lot of power for not a huge amount of money. But what do you think of the latest Intex offering? Will you be picking one up? Let us know.