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Budget smartphones running Android boasting of dula-SIM capabilities are dime a dozen. Two new phones have found their way into this population – the Intex Aqua SX and the Intex Aqua Star. Both the smartphones run on Android 2.3 Gingerbread, which is slightly out dated in the era of Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. Both the smartphones also boasts of dual-SIM capabilities.
In terms of specifications, the Intex Aqua SX has a 1GHz MediaTex MTK6515 processor along with 256MB of RAM. The smartphone is available in black and white, is 13mm thin and weighs a mere 138gms. It has a 3.5-inch TFT capacitive LCD display with a 480x320 pixel resolution. The device also has 512MB of ROM, 128MB of built in storage expandable up to 32GB via a microSD card. The rear of the Aqua SX has a 5MP shooter where as the front has a 1.3MP video-calling camera. The entire package is powered by a 1450mAh battery, which the company claims, will last of r5 hours of talk time and 360 hours of standby time. In terms of connectivity options, the SX boasts of Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, EDGE / GPRS / WAP but compromises on GPS connectivity.
The Intex Aqua Star on the other hand has a 4-inch display, 1GHz processor, a 3MP rear camera and a 1.3MP front facing camera. No detailed specifications of the Aqua Star are available on the official website as of now. As of writing this article, none of the two smartphones are available on the online shopping portals.
Intex Aqua Star
If you are in the market to pick up a sub Rs. 5,000 phone, you can take a look at the Karbonn A4, Nokia Asha 309, Micromax Ninja A54 amongst many more.
Intex Aqua SX