Intex Technologies has launched the Cloud X3, the company’s latest entry-level Android smartphone. Intex Technologies has launched a new entry level Android smartphone in the Indian market dubbed as Intex Cloud X3 for Rs. Overall, the features of the phone are simply targeted for the very entry level Android smartphone buyers in the Indian market. A good number of smartphones are launched in the Indian market every month and at the same time, brands also cut the price of their older models.
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The phone has a 3.5-inch (320 x 480 pixels) 256k colour capacitive multi-touch display at a pixel density of 165 ppi. You can see the loud-speaker and the camera module above the back once you open the back cover. The SIM card slots are present on the left side and the micro SD card slot present on the right side. The phone comes with a lot of pre-installed apps.The utility apps include, Calculator, Calendar, Clock, Gallery, File Manager and Sound Recorder.
Since this is a dual SIM phone, you get options to switch to either SIM cards from the notification bar. There is a SIM manager option in the settings that lets you set a default SIM for several operations including voice call, video call, Messaging and Data connection. The Cloud X3 tops the Quadrant benchmark when compared with the other dual-core Android smartphones.
Again the Cloud X3 is the winner in the AnTuTu Benchmark 3.3 by scoring few hundred points more than the Lenovo P770. Srivatsan Sridhar is a Mobile Technology Enthusiast who is passionate about Mobile phones and Mobile apps.
Intex is also planning to launch more devices in the entry level smartphone segment in the next coming months. Add to that the discounts offered by e-retailers and it can become really difficult to find a smartphone that suits your needs at a good price.


The camera UI is similar to other phones running on Android 4.2, but the features are limited. Other video camera options include, options to enable EIS (software video stabilisation) and change the audio mode to meeting. So you get a lot of features that are not available on the Android 4.1, including Day dream, Quick Settings, Photo filters in the gallery and more, but it lacks lock screen widgets. The keyboard is stock, but it doesn’t come with gesture typing like the stock Android 4.2 keyboard.
You can also choose ‘Always ask’ option for voice calls and Messaging that gives you option to complete the operation after you choose either SIM cards.
It even has WiFi hotspot, USB and Bluetooth tethering to share your 2G data with other devices. It topped most of the benchmarks when compared with some of the Android smartphones powered by a dual-core processor. Even some entry-level games such as Racing Moto, Subway Surfers and Temple Run 2 were not smooth, and lagged often. Since the phone doesn’t have 3G and has a small display, it last a day easily with average use.
Intex has partnered with MediaTek for the launch and the smartphone is powered by a 1 GHz dual-core MediaTek MT6572 chip that has integrated Wi-Fi, FM, GPS and Bluetooth. Even the phone is an every level device but it is running the Android 4.2 Jelly bean operating system version which is quite impressive feature in a budget smartphone. We are not sure how this phone is going to handle the features of Android 4.2 OS version in quite low RAM memory. We brought you the unboxing and benchmarks of the recently, here we have the complete review of the device. You can adjust the exposure and white balance, Change the color effects (Mono, Sepia and Negative) and select night mode.
You can launch the camera by swiping down from the lockscreen to launch the camera, swipe to the left for dialer and swipe to the top to launch messaging. In addition there are shortcuts for Data Connection, Data usage, Audio Profiles, Timeout and Auto rotation that are not available in the stock Android.


Other than these you also get pre-installed apps such as Facebook, Hungama music app, Intex Play app store, Intex Zone that has Auto Call Record option and Intex Movies Vault app powered by NQ Mobile that lets you hide Hide SMS, Images, Videos and more.
Intex mentioned that the company has designed the smartphone to meet the needs of the entry level smartphone buyers in the Indian market looking for sophisticated smartphone experience in low prices. This is the first device to launch in India to be powered by a dual-core 1GHz MediaTek MT6572 chip. You have Google Now, but you cannot launch it from the lockscreen or by swiping up from the home button.
Once you insert an SD card, it becomes the default write disk, so apps get automatically installed in the SD Card.
But once you start installing apps, it starts lagging since apps that run in the background eats up the memory. 3,800, if you need a smartphone running on Android 4.2 with a front-facing camera, but can compromise on the display, 3G and the camera, go for it.
The MediaTek MT6572 chip has a Cortex A7 CPU sub-system with speeds up to 1.3GHz based on leading 28nm process technology that makes the device power efficient.
Soon after it other companies started launching affordable smartphone with this chip running on Android 4.2 and just 256MB of RAM. In addition to the Slide Unlock, you have Pattern, PIN and Password unlock, but Face unlock is missing. Audio output via earphones is average and the loud-speaker output is good, but the audio gets suppressed when you place the phone on its back. The phone comes with dual SIM support with dual standby, has a 2-megapixel rear camera and a 0.3-megapixel rear camera. The stock video player can handle 720p videos well, surprisingly even 1080p full HD videos played, but it lagged often.



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