The first set of Android One devices were launched last week, priced Rs 6,399 onwards by Micromax, Karbonn and Spice.
At a price of Rs. 2,699, Intex Aqua T2 runs on a 1.3 GHz dual-core processor, Android KitKat OS and comes with a 2 MP rear camera.
It is a good for Google that Android One’s rivals are also Android phones, in case it fails to impress India.
Given the street price of Rs 4,300, this is a pretty decent 5.1 speaker set to bring home
Even if users stay contended with the fact that they are getting a smartphone at Rs. 1,999, he or she will soon feel like buying a better device.
Intex Aqua Style Mini smartphone runs on Android 4.4.2 KitKat OS and is price of Rs. 4,990.
Both the handsets are very basic in nature with the only mission to connect users to the Internet.
Priced at Rs. 2,229, the Fire One Mi-FX 1 competes directly with the Intex Cloud FX FireFox smartphone.
There is the added advantage that these people will end up being the data hogging, service buying user of the future.
The phone will now be available only on Snapdeal.com and will come with 1GB free data from Aircel.
First phone from Spice has been priced at Rs 2,299, Intex could be cheaper
Firefox smartphones aim to enable small town masses to connect to the Web.
Intex Aqua Style houses a 1.3 GHz quad-core processor along with 1 GB of RAM and runs Android KitKat.
The speakers uses special lighting effects to create a disco like appeal at home.
Aqua i14, Aqua N15 differ only in size. The 5-inch model costs Rs 1,000 more