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Intex, the Indian OEM have released a new smartphone into the smartphone market – the Intex Aqua Lions 3. Intex Aqua Lions 3 presents some good stuff to the table of smartphones. It possesses features such as the latest Android Nougat OS and a very interesting battery capacity. You’ve gotten curious about what the size of the battery capacity is, right? Stay tuned as I give you a briefing about the device.


First up in the details of the Intex Aqua Lions 3 is its display. The smartphone has an average display screen size of 5.0 inches. Well, it’s a budget device, so I restrain my criticism. However its screen display type is the 2.5D curved glass display which is duly protected by Dragontrail Glass.


Next up is its camera segment. Intex were altruistic in this department considering the budget nature of the device. The primary camera has a camera sensor of 8 MP. The primary camera also comes with the support of a LED flash as well as autofocus detection. Its front-facing camera also has an 8-megapixel sensor to take beautiful selfies.


Third on the list is the storage compartment. The internal memory of the smartphone is 16GB which allows for mass storage of files such as music, videos, documents and pictures. The internal memory of the Intex Aqua Lions 3 also has the ability to extend to 128GB with the use of a micro SD card. No way! I won’t forget about the RAM of the smartphone. The RAM of the smartphone has a 2GB capacity for the smooth running of apps and easy switching of the apps.


The smartphone runs on the Android OS, and the latest of the Android OS for that matter; the Android Nougat.


The best was reserved for the last. The Intex Aqua Lions 3 uses a 4,000mAh battery as the powerhouse. You’d ask why it’s the best part about the phone when there are smartphones with larger batteries out there. Don’t forget it’s a budget device, and there are some flagship smartphones such as Samsung J7 MaxSamsung Galaxy On8 and the likes that aren’t close to matching that figure.


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