Just a day after the release of the Cloud Style 4G, Indian smartphone maker Intex made another addition to its Cloud series of smartphones. The VoLTE supporting Cloud Q11 4G is an entry-level smartphone and is being termed as the successor to the Cloud Q11 that came into the market a couple of months ago.
Featuring a 5.5-inch full HD display, the phone runs on Android 6.0 Marshmallow and is powered by a 1.2 GHz quad-core MediaTek MT6737 processor which is supported by a 1GB RAM and a Mali-T720 GPU.
Furthermore, in the camera department, the Cloud Q11 comes with an 8MP snapper on its back along with a 5MP one on the front.
The latest offering from Intex packs a 2,800mAH battery and carries an inbuilt storage capacity of 8GB that can further be extended to a maximum of 32GB. Along with that, the Cloud Q11 4G is a dual-SIM smartphone that accepts both regular and micro SIM cards.
Just like in the case of its contemporary, the Cloud Style 4G, this phone also comes replete with the company’s in-built VAS, called LFTY, which offers its users a host of services, such as music, news, and videos.
Also, the Cloud Q11 4G features that are aimed at boosting its utility called MiFon Security and Vdioplay. These can also be found in the Cloud Style 4G.
The company has made the phone available for purchase exclusively on E-commerce site, Amazon where it is available in Champagne Gold color. Intex has priced its Cloud Q11 4G at Rs. 6,190.