Debasmita Banerjee
Debasmita Banerjee
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If Virtual Reality Enthralls You, Go For Intex Cloud Q11 Priced At Rs. 4699

Smartphones are dead. Not talking about its battery life, it’s the mismatch between their development and people’s expectation. However, starting from the tech giants to small technology start-ups all are investing in developing cost effective phones with a relatively new technology named Virtual Reality – a computerized simulation of reality to put our minds in delusion. If you are one of them who lives his luxuries from the savings of his pocket money, go grab the latest Intex Cloud Q11 – the VR enabled phone.

As I should mention the common specifications, I am starting with its body. With a 13.97 cm (5.5”) IPS display with 1280*720 unit, it gives you a satisfactory experience that you can get from a mid-range smartphone. Height – 154 mm, width – 77.2 mm and weight wise it is as light as 170 g. Like other smartphones Intex Cloud Q11 is no exception in terms of dual SIM slot (micro) providers, both supporting 2G/3G (No 4G – surely Reliance Jio users would like to attempt a pass).

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Intex Cloud Q11

Now focusing on its storage, it boasts of an 8 GB internal memory divided into customers use –> 4 GB + system use -> 4 GB. The system runs on Android 6.0 Marshmallow and comes with a microSD expandable storage up to 32 GB. Dissecting the device to its core, the phone is equipped with a quad-core MT6580 chipset clocked at 1.3 GHz coupled with a Mali-400MP graphics processing unit favored by 1 GB RAM that lets you perform moderate tasks plus helps you play low-graphic games without a system lag.

Camera-wise it preferred to blend the gadget with an 8 MP (dual LED flash) rear and 5 MP (single LED flash) front module with related sensor and processor. The phone is stuffed with a 2800 mAh Li-ion battery, providing a stand by time (in GSM) more than 350 hours and talk time (in GSM) more than 8 hours. Talking about the connectivity channel, Intex Cloud Q11 sports standard features such as WLAN, Bluetooth, GPS, micro USB port, 3.5 mm audio jack.

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Take another look - Intex Cloud Q11

As you know these are common, it stays with every phone. What’s new? You guessed it correct if it is the new virtual reality application curated specially for Intex’s low-end smart phones. Plus, it offers a sliding power button to put the phone into silent mode with one push. This smartphone is currently available in Blue and White variants. Price? The “reality in virtual fields” will come at your fingertips if you pay Rs. 4699 to the Amazon exclusive offering.

Verdict: Personally, I will prefer this if I am really having a knack of VR in low price. Plus thinking about its decent specs, it is not at all a bad choice if you want your phone to be feature heavy but to save your pocket. Quality wise – it’s still a third-person content and needs more detail to put a line on it.

Source: Intex

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