Intex Mobiles has launched a new handset in the Cloud series, the Intex Cloud 4G Smart. This handset is powered by Spreadtrum quad core chipset and sports a 5 inch screen. It is running lollipop out of the box – available for ₹4,999.

The Intex Cloud 4G Smart is powered by Spreadtrum SC9830 quad core chipset (cortex A7) clocked at 1.5GHz coupled with Mali 400 GPU. There is 1GB RAM, 8GB internal storage and 32GB external SD card support. This is a dual SIM handset that sports a 5 inch TFT screen with 2 point multi touch support and supporting 854 x 480 pixels resolution (FWVGA).

Handset weight with battery is 156 grams and thickness is 9.75mm. There is a 5MP AF camera packed on the rear with LED flash support and a 2MP camera on the front. Key features are 4G LTE, 3G, 2G, GPS, WiFi and Bluetooth.

Intex Cloud 4G Smart launched for ₹4,999

A 2000 mAh Li-ion battery powers up this handset.

Intex Cloud 4G Smart is listed and available on Flipkart in black and white colour options for ₹4,999.

Published by Gogi Rana

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  1. Intex have a good reputition in the lower middle class people who do not know anything as far as specs r concerned. They buy these cheap products because the shopkeeper gives them a nice demo of these underwhelming products and moreover they instantly buy it because these chinese phones have nice design and curves which appeals to these sub middle classes.

  2. Are comanies like Intex mad?..or maybe budget problems..Churning 1-2 phones every week with same mid-low specs..god knows who buys them.

  3. Pretty soon waste merchants lIke Intex will go out of business once Indian public realises what poor quality phones they are purveying mostly these are lying in the repair shops. Best to stick to reputed brands, who give u an optimised phone.

  4. Gogi ji it is using 32bit Cortex A7 cores, not 64bit cortex a53. it is clearly mentioned in spreadtrum’s website.