Affordable Dual Camera Selfie
Intex ELYT Dual capitalizes on the dual camera selfie craze by being the cheapest front dual camera smartphone in India priced at Rs.6999
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Tech trends change fast. First it was a better rear camera, then the selfie camera and now it’s selfie dual camera with flash. Intex ELYT Dual capitalizes on the dual camera selfie craze by being the cheapest front dual camera smartphone in India priced at Rs.6999.
Intex ELYT Dual
The smartphone comes with a 5-inch HD IPS display supported with a 2.5D curved glass. The 4G-Volte smartphone is powered with a 2GB RAM, 1.3 GHz Quad Core processor & 32-bit Quad Core Spreadtrum 9850 chipset. ELYT Dual runs on Android 7.0 OS Nougat. The battery is 2400mAh. Other features include 16GB ROM that is expandable up to 128GB. The device comes with G sensor, Proximity and light sensor. It is available in Black and Champagne colours.
At Rs.6,999 it’s the cheapest front dual camera with flash available. That’s a feat in itself Intex has managed.
Front Dual Camera with Flash
This is definitely not the best selfie camera but in this price range if you want to add depth to your selfie or use dual camera functions, it’s the only option.
Don’t expect the best pictures with this phone but this phone does have some interesting modes like Bokeh effect, Background change, Audio pictures and Smile shutter that captures images when someone smiles in front camera.
There are software flaws, lags in clicking pictures and also sometimes camera shutdowns. Intex needs to look at execution in greater detail.
No Fingerprint Sensor
There is no fingerprint sensor.
The Last Word
Intex ELYT Dual is attempting to give business class features at economy class prices. While that maybe a great idea Intex needs to work more diligently on the execution part especially software flaws.
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