If you’re looking for an affordable smartphone, there are plenty of such devices in the market, however it seems that Mozilla’s recent partnership with Intex could result in one of the more cheaper phones in the market today. Mozilla and Intex have recently teamed up to offer the Intel Cloud FX smartphone.
The handset will be powered by Mozilla’s Firefox operating system and is expected to be made available in India where it will be priced at 1,999 rupees, which is about $33 after conversion making it a very affordable handset in developing markets such as India. The specs of the Intex Cloud FX smartphone isn’t anything to shout at, but it should be good enough to get the job done and then some.
The phone will pack a 1GHz processor and will come with 4GB of onboard storage. It will also sport dual SIM capabilities, Bluetooth, WiFi, and will support several languages include Hindi and Tamil.
According to Intel’s director of marketing, Keshav Bansal, “The launch of Intex Cloud FX marks the beginning of a new era of the Indian smartphone market and Intex is proud to be the first Indian company to understand and deliver on market needs. With the launch of Intex Cloud FX, we aim to enable the masses to get smartphone experience at the cost of a feature phone.”
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