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Intex launches Aqua Supreme+ as its first multilingual 4G Volte smartphone

Intex Technologies announced the launch of a new smartphone called Aqua Supreme+ as its first multilingual smartphone in association with Indus OS. Built with big battery and great camera, Intex Aqua Supreme+ will be an ideal device for creating memories. The smartphone also comes equipped with value added services and features that offer users a wide range of apps to explore while using a smartphone. Priced at INR 9,490/-, all new Aqua Supreme+ is packed with outstanding 13MP camera and a powerful 3000 mAh battery. 

This 4G VoLTE enabled smartphone comes with a spectacular screen size of 5 inch HD IPS onCell display powered with 16.7 mn display colors for perfect viewing experience.  The device powered by a 1.3 GHz quad-core processor with a 2 GB RAM, 16 GB ROM for seamless multitasking also comes with 128 GB expandable memory. Among the key features, the device provides plenty of Intex’s in-house Value Added Services (VAS) to enhance the smartphone functionality, user engagement applications and usefulness of a smartphone. Apps such as Indus OS power regional keyboards upto 9 languages with matra and word prediction. The same app also has a special feature, ‘Indus Swipe’ which helps translate and transliterate the text from English to a preferred regional language and vice versa. Known to be the first multilingual smartphone from Intex, Aqua Supreme has other interesting features such as Indus Reader (text-to-speech) and Recharge 2.0 on Indus Dialer which makes it the world’s first OS with integrated balance and usage analytics. 

Commenting on the launch of the new smartphone, Nidhi Markanday, Director & Business Head, Intex Technologies said, ‘We, at Intex, are committed to innovation and bringing the best technology to our consumers. In partnership with Indus OS, Aqua Supreme+ is a breakthrough for it being the first ever multilingual 4G Volte smartphone for regional users. This phone has been especially designed keeping in mind the needs and language limitations of an Indian consumer and is a step towards creating a regional smartphone ecosystem. We are extremely delighted to announce the launch and will continue to strive and bring in such technological innovations for consumers in future as well.” 

This device also comes equipped with other value added services and features allowing its users an access to wide range of apps such as Tap & Buy – a simplified way of online shopping by the use of artificial intelligence, MiFon Security for comprehensive mobile security and Vistoso for neural graphics for artwork. With a 13 MP camera, Aqua Supreme is sure to be a delight with consumers. The device is powered by a 3000 mAh Li–poly battery which allows users to talk up to 6 hours with a standby time up to 300 hours. The smartphone is available at Intex retail stores in champagne and black. The phone runs on Android 6.0 Marshmallow and weighs just 133 gms.


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