Intex is planning to launch its first Android phone in India. At about Rs. 5,500, the 2.8-inch resistive touchscreen phone that would run Google Android 2.2 OS, would be the cheapest Android smartphone the Indian market has seen yet.
A new projector phone has been launched in India by domestic handset maker Intex. The device, Intex V.Show, is said to be the first of its kind in the country and costs Rs 16,000.
Just a few years ago in India, cell phones with push e-mail technology were something only consumers having really fat wallets (read top-earning enterprise users) could afford.
Intex Technologies has extended its product portfolio by launching four LCD and six CRT (cathode ray tube) television sets. The four LCD TVs are priced in the range of Rs. 15,500 to Rs. 43,000 and the six CRT televisions in the range of Rs. 3,900 to Rs. 7,200.
Intex Technologies, a New Delhi-based computer hardware and electronics maker that also manufactures cell phones, has launched an entry level dual-SIM device in India, called the IN 2044 Gem. The new handset is available across India for a price of Rs. 1,390.
The Intex IN 3030E is priced Rs 3,490
Intex Mobile announced the launch of two low price mobiles in India, the Intex IN6622 and Intex iSmart. Priced at Rs 4,600 and Rs 4,800 respectively, both are dual-sim handsets.
Intex plans to launch four new dual SIM mobile phones, IN4495, IN4410, IN80 and IN20, in the Indian market.