Intex Cloud 4G: Another Interesting 4G Phone In The Market
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Just a few months ago, there was only handful of phones in the market which supported 4G. All these phones were Flagship phones and even the thought of buying them could make a hole in your pocket. However, things changed pretty quickly and now we have a plethora of 4G smartphones in the market. Now, we have a huge list of phones that offers 4G supports and are easily affordable. Intex Cloud 4G is the latest addition in this list. So, the question is whether Cloud 4G will make its presence felt or will just come and go like a normal low-end smartphones.
Looks and Design
Intex have worked a lot to give the device a premium look and design. It is available in black and Champagne colour. There is no branding on the front side of the phone and you will find the Intex logo on the centre back side of the device. The phone has got a curved design which makes it comfortable to hold. There are dual speakers on the bottom side of the device which is the reason that phone delivers excellent sound. We tried using the device by one hand and the experience was decent.
Intex Cloud 4G proudly boasts of 5” HD display with a pixel resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels. The display is protected by a Dragon Trail Glass so you don’t need to worry about scratches and abrasions. The viewing angles and colour saturation is also apt and you can’t complaint about a display at such an affordable price range. We played HD videos on the phone and also used it in bright sunlight and despite all this, the display was quite impressive.
Hardware and Software
The phone is powered by a 1.3 GHz Quad Core MediaTek processor and is supported by a 2GB of RAM. The best part about the device is that it runs on latest Android 5.0 Lollipop out of the box and you don’t have to wait about any updates. The phone delivers excellent multitasking and lag-free user experience.
There is 16GB of an inbuilt store which can easily be expanded up to 32GB via the microSD card. Other features include 4G support, GPS, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. Heavy graphics games like Asphalt 8, Dead Trigger 2 were working perfectly fine with small hints of heating which is bearable. It is backed up by a 2300mAh battery which can stay deliver a -8 hours of talk time at normal usage.
With the term Selfie coming into the trend, every user wishes to have a decent smartphone with the clear camera. Intex Cloud 4G falls in this most demanding category of affordable smartphones with the good camera. The phone sports a 13 MP rear camera with auto focus and LED flash. The pictures clicked by the device were detailed and clear with minimal noise. The 5MP front camera also clicks clear selfies making the device a worth buy.
At INR 7299, Intex Cloud 4G can give a tough competition to phones like Moto E 2nd Gen. 4G, Lenovo A6000 Plus and Redmi 2 Prime. If you are looking for a 4G smartphone which can also meet your other needs, Intex Cloud 4G is a good choice. It is exclusively available on Flipkart without any Flash sale or registration.
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