Intex is fairly a newcomer in the Indian Smartphone market and it started launching Android devices much after Micromax or Karbonn, but now they have caught up with the lot by releasing MediaTek based devices under the Aqua range. We saw the cheapest Android 4.2.2 phone from the same company, and it even launched its flagship 1080p device – the Aqua i7. But today we have another 720p entry from Intex in the form of the Aqua HD. It sports a 4.7 inch HD screen and a 13 megapixel camera with an interesting design and build quality. We have unboxed the retail version of the box, so here is the video for a quick overview of the device and the box contents –
The Aqua HD comes with the usual box contents, but Intex has applied a scratch guard over the phone’s display already and has bundled a Flip Cover as a replacement case.
Box contents –
- Phone with screen guard
- Free flip cover
- Micro USB Cable
- Travel Charger
- User manual and Warranty card
- In-ear headset
As you noted from the video, we powered on the phone and found the UI to be heavily skinned. What you are seeing in the above image is a homescreen with weird widgets and a parallax effect wallpaper. This is pure green screen stuff and is honestly very weird. Software aside, the hardware seems pretty neat, with a heavily Son-inspired design, like the Xperia Arc and easily removable back cover made in quality plastic.
The back has the big 13 Megapixel sensor, which is one of the differentiators for this phone. The phone is adequately sized and feels great in the hands.
That said, you can watch the above video for more information and stay tuned to our blog and the YouTube channel for more coverage on the Intex Aqua HD including benchmarks, Gaming tests and lots more!
More images of the box contents –