Intex launches new budget Android Go phones under 5K

Intex launches new budget Android Go phones under 5K:

Android Go was a program from Google to launch lighter software version to low spec mobiles. Latest to the addition of Android Go is Intex Infie 3 mobile. Other Android Go mobiles launched this year are Nokia 1, Alcatel 1X, Black view A20, Micromax Bharat GO. Now Intex has entered into the Android Go space launching the Intex infie 3 Android GO-powered entry level phone.

These indian Smart phone brands like Micromax, Intex, have suffered from the entry of Chinese players into indian Smartphone market. Which with their aggressive pricing strategy and advertisements dominating the indain Market.

Intex Infie 3:

Android Go from Intex is a low cost android mobile mainly targeting the first time mobile users. Intex is having its own share in the future phone market and entry level smartphone market. The company look to make it a strong fold in that segment. Intex along side Infi-3 have also launched slightly higher end Infie 33.  Both the mobiles are Noughat-Powered budget phone. The mobiles looks good and probably the first low cost mobile to add a 18:9 display. This keeps the phone a stylish look.

Specifications of Infie 3 and Infie 33:

Intex Infie 3(Android GO)

Software: Android Oreo( Go edition) with Intex UI

SOC: Octa-core 1.1GHz processor

Ram and Storage: 1Gb of Ram with 8GB of storage, micro SD card slot with expandable

Battery: 2000mah

Display: 4.95 Inch 18:9 display

Connectivity: Wifi 802.11 Dual nano sim

Rear camera: 5Mp with LED flash

Front facing: 2Mp

Price :  4649

  

Intex Infie 33

Software: Android Noughat with Intex UI

SOC: Octa-core 1.3GHz processor

Ram and Storage: 1Gb of Ram with 8GB of storage, micro SD card slot with expandable

Battery: 3000mah

Display: 5.34 Inch 18:9 display

Connectivity: Wifi 802.11 Dual nano sim

Rear camera: 5Mp with LED flash

Front facing: 2Mp

Price :  5049.

 

Advantages and disadvantages:

  • Android Go software –
  • Easy update of next version
  • Affordable price ( Value to price)

Disadvantages:

  • Poor specs
  • Battery performance will be par

 

You are a first time mobile user, then this looks like a pretty decent deal. If you are ready to shed 1 or 2K extra you can go for entry variant of Xiaomi which gives more value for money. If you are one looking for pure software experience you can try Nokia 1 as well which should be good for a entry level mobile user.