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Intex cloud X1 Plus White Price List in India
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Intex cloud X1 Plus White - Expert Reviews
It is important for any firm to identify its target audience and along with it, understand its strength and weaknesses. A tier2 firm like Intex would obviously struggle against the likes of Samsung, Sony or HTC when it comes to the high-end flagship gadgets and would also find it difficult to attract consumers in the urban areas who are sold on brand value. However, the grounds would be levelled once it starts to compete in the rural or semi-urban areas for middle class and lower class consumers with the promise of better specs at lower prices. Intex cloud X1 Plus comes across as a gadget that caters to somewhat of a similar audience and features 3.5 inches of TFT capacitive touchscreen with resolution is 320 by 480 pixels and a mediocre color depth of resolution of 262k. The device has a nice shape that fits well in the palm.
The thickness of Intex cloud X1 Plus is measured at 11.8mm, while it has a length of 115mm and a breadth of 62mm. It is 109 grams in weight and runs on the dated Android Gingerbread 2.3.5 operating system. There is no doubt that unless and until the user gets some kind of upgrade for the device, he or she would definitely miss a lot of the latest games and images. No matter what games and applications are accessed by the user, the hardware of the device has to be good enough to sustain it. The hardware comprising of 1GHz single core processor and 256MB of RAM is far from what we would have considered ideal and the user can expect certain amount of discomfort when it comes to multitasking. The built-in memory offered by the device is of 512MB with another 256MB, which should help in getting things started for keeping a reasonably big data collection.
The size of the storage space can go seriously high with the full exploitation of the microSD card slot that has a 32GB ceiling of external memory. Therefore, an immense quantum of songs, games, images and videos can be stored in the device. One of the noticeable drawbacks of Intex cloud X1 Plus is its lack of secondary camera, which would rob the users of the opportunity to make video calls. However, the primary camera is rather decent enough at 3 megapixels and produces images at a resolution of 2048 by 1536 pixels. The shutter lacks flash or auto focus that would be missed in tougher conditions by the user. The dual SIM facility would be a feature that a lot of the rural or semi-urban dwellers would like as constant travelling would require them to have multiple tariff plans. Both SIMs work at frequencies of 900 and 1800MHz.
For web surfing or downloading data online, the user gets Wi-Fi, GPRS, EDGE and WAP browser that ensure respectable speed for the same. USB port and Bluetooth are different propositions with the function to allow data exchange with other gadgets. A 200 hours of standby time and a talk time of up to 4 hours are what the 1250mAh standard lithium-ion battery of Intex cloud X1 Plus is able to gather.
Operating system and UI
A resolution of 320 by 480 pixels is generally considered sufficient for a 3.5 inches TFT capacitive touchscreen and that is what the Intex cloud X1 Plus offers. Other than the technical figures, the display is easy and smooth enough to interact with.
Songs, movies and other entertainment stuff in terms of music and videos can be accessed on Intex cloud X1 Plus via the presence of music player, video player and FM radio. The videos can be watched in the formats of MP4, 3GPP, 3GP, AVI and FLV while the user can hear songs in the formats of MP3, WAV, AAC, AAC+, MID and AMR.
There is no secondary camera with Intex cloud X1 Plus but a 3 megapixel primary camera is there at the rear end of the device for snapping images at a resolution of 2048 by 1536 pixels. Video recordings can be made but without the services of LED flash or auto focus.
Wi-Fi is supported by Intex cloud X1 Plus along with GPRS, EDGE and HTML5 browser. The surfing speed of 32 to 48Kbps can be obtained for the device while the downloading speed remains below 21Mbps. Tethering is not available with the device.
The 512MB of built-in memory can be augmented by the 32GB microSD card slot, which would make it easier for the user to accumulate a vast data collection of songs, games, images and videos. RAM at 256MB is a real downer in the overall context of the device, Intex cloud X1 Plus.
Moto Racing and Intex GameZone are some of the games and applications that come pre-installed in Intex cloud X1 Plus while Android Gingerbread 2.3.5 operating system enables the download of much more from Google play store. Still, some of the popular games and apps would remain out of reach for the user since the device lacks the latest Android version.
Intex cloud X1 Plus is assisted by the 1250mAh standard lithium-ion battery that in exchange, delivers a talk time of up to 4 hours and a standby time of up to 200 hours.
In the connectivity department, Intex cloud X1 Plus offers the likes of Bluetooth and USB with the former working wirelessly and the latter via the USB cable for data exchange. Wi-Fi, GPRS, EDGE and HTML browser are really the fundamental aspects of this department as the fancy tools like infrared port or NFC or even Wi-Fi hot spot remain elusive to the gadget. 900 and 1800MHz are the frequencies that are compatible to the functioning of the GSM SIMs.
Intex cloud X1 Plus, when compared to Spice Smartflo, has a similar display size of 3.5 inches with the latter offering a slightly better pixel density and resolution. Intex cloud X1 Plus runs on the Android Gingerbread operating system 2.3.5, which is way behind the Android Jelly Bean 4.2 operating system of Spice Smartflo. There are a lot of features that are common to both the smartphones including the dual SIM facility and a 32GB microSD card slot.
The camera strength is slightly more with Spice Smartflo with 3.15 megapixels as compared to the 3 megapixels for Intex cloud X1 Plus. There is no secondary camera with Intex cloud X1 Plus while Spice Smartflo features a 1.3 megapixels secondary camera. Intex cloud X1 Plus has a single core processor that falls short of the dual core processor offered by Spice Smartflo. Intex cloud X1 Plus runs on the 1250mAh standard lithium-ion battery as compared to the 1450mAh standard lithium-ion battery of Spice Smartflo.
July 15, 2013: The Indian smartphone manufacturer, Intex, has another budget smartphone under its resume named Intex cloud X1 Plus that garners a 3.5 inches screen and has some low end specs. The device has Android Gingerbread 2.3.5 operating system, which is really behind the latest version of Android, but considering the price of the device being just Rs.3,240, it is not a bad bargain at all. The gadget has 1GHz single core processor and 256MB of RAM while the camera at the back has 3 megapixels backup. The user also gets the dual SIM facility with the smartphone. The highlights of the device are as follows: