The 4G-Volte device, with 2.5D curved glass, runs the Android 7 Nougat OS.
The 1GB handset houses 1.3GHz, Quad-Core 64-bit MediaTek Chipset and an in-built 8GB ROM with an expandable memory of up to 64GB.
"We wanted to start 2018 by gifting consumers something memorable and so came up with the lowest-priced smartphone in the popular 5-inch segment in the market," Nidhi Markanday, Director, Intex Technologies, said in a statement.
The device has a 5MP rear and a 2MP selfie camera with flash.
The 4G dual-SIM smartphone claims to give a talk-time of up to six hours and a standby time of 8-10 days.
The smartphone also supports Intex value-added services like LFTY (single-swipe access), DataBack and Prime Video.
The device also has a "Matrabhasha" service that enables communication in 21 languages, including Hindi.
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