Here’s a great news for all the Android fans who are looking something more affordable!
Intex has apparently announced the launch of its cheapest Android smartphone in the first week of February 2011, priced at just Rs. 5,500. Just as everyone was wondering about its unexpected entry into the mobile market a few months back, it appears that Intex is determined to establish its market share in the lucrative Android cell phone market.
It is likely to contend openly against the likes of Micromax’s Andro A60, striving for the title of “cheapest Android cell phone” in the Indian market, as well as the upcoming Froyo-based Huawei U8140. The Intex smartphone will reportedly ship with Android 2.2 (Froyo), 3.2 megapixel camera, 2.8-inch resistive touch-screen, Wi-Fi and GPS.