Intex has now come out with a triple SIM (GSM+ GSM+CDMA) mobile phone, named as Tri.Do. The bar style phone is GPRS enabled and is based on Java. Intex first launched a triple SIM phone way back in 2009 and the new one is the third in this line.
While receiving /making a call on one of the GSM connections, the CDMA connection remains active (and vice versa), hence the user can easily make a shift among the numbers.
According to the handset maker, its video player is capable of playing even MP4 and 3GP files and the audio player is compatible with all formats including MP3, AMR, Wave. Its 3.5 mm jack enables you to connect this to any external speaker as well.
Intex Tri.Do has 5.58 cm (2.2 inch) of TFT screen with 65K colours, 1.3 MP camera which can also be used as a webcam, mobile tracker, Bluetooth, phonebook with 1000 entries and dual memory card slots — up to 16 GB each.
It comes with Intex Zone which has features such as answering machine, mobile tracker, auto call record, Google, MSN, Yahoo, Facebook and Games. The handset supports both English and Hindi and works as a modem, for web-surfing on your computer, too.
Attractively priced at INR 3,750, Intex Tri.Do has an 1800 mAh battery that, the company claims, provides seven hours of talk time and 300 hours of stand-by time. Other features include wireless FM and a torch light.
Commenting on the launch, Rajendra Gupta, general manager, telecom, Intex Technologies, said, “The multi-SIM segment is increasingly grabbing a major pie of the total market reflecting a huge demand and utility. Having sensed this quite early, Intex was the first one to introduce a Triple-SIM phone and now it aims to build on the concept by expanding the product-assortment with thoughtfully designed products offering convenience and utility at a highly affordable price.”