A new name is struggling out in the vast market of smartphones nationally and across the globe. This New Delhi-based consumer electronics firm ‘Intex’ has launched a budget phone, dubbed Aqua Qwerty, in India. The company has tried a new concept with ergonomically designed Qwerty plus touch phone, keeping senior people comfort on priority. Pro-physical-keypad fans is specifically meant for 45-plus age group who wishes to have a convenience to press the characters, rather than touch-type. The Aqua Qwerty comes with a keyboard, quite similar to BlackBerry handsets and also boasts touch-sensitive screen above the keypad, providing dual functionality options for users.
The 3.5-inch Intex Aqua Qwerty is priced at just Rs.4,990 and has got superb features like 1.2GHz dual-core CPU, Android v4.2.2 Jelly Bean OS, 512MB RAM, 4GB inbuilt memory (expandable up to 32GB), a 5.0-megapixel main camera, a 0.3-megapixel (VGA) camera and a 1500 mAh battery. The Aqua Qwerty will be competing with HTC Desire 210 dual, Samsung Galaxy Star, Nokia Asha 501, popular Micromax Bolt series budget handsets, and other nominally tagged smartphone devices.
Aqua Qwerty has been exclusively working in the market with both touch and type features for users who prefer to have a convenient Qwerty access but wish to explore the touch experience at the same time. Also, the company meets the needs of professionals who want to send error-free texts, without baffling for switching the keypad between signs, symbols, numbers and alphabets.