Most of Intex Smartphones are poorly rated on the online shopping websites. However, this year Intex is doing something different, which translates into a changing perception among buyers. Most of its new launches have been praised by users for good specifications and paisa Vasool performance.
As a website administrator, I need to regular audit popular keywords, which gets my website a better ranking in search engines. While six months before, I used to notice high volume of search queries related to Samsung smartphones, now that has split into Xiaomi, XOLO, Micromax and others. Interestingly, the Indian brand Intex has a share in user’s search queries.
I will be honest with my readers. We have never covered Intex smartphones extensively. Despite basic coverage, Intex smartphones are searched well in this website. This gives us an indication of changing market reality.
The Cloud M6 has been widely praised at online shopping websites for a balanced specifications and smart performance. A generic perception among certified buyers tends to be positive for this phone. Also, the M6 is our pick in an exclusive article features the best 11 smartphones under a pocket friendly budget of 5000 rupees.
These good words do not mean that the Intex M6 is a champion in the 5000 rupees category. If you are an Intex follower and want one more candy from the brand, then you should place an order for this phone. However, for a new customer, there are plenty options available in the market.
Built Design and Operating system
Intex is rolling like XOLO. My god what a design? The Cloud M6 comes in one colour premium design. Although the outer shell is just a plastic, but the grand look is quite impressive. This is indeed a neat and clear design with intelligent thought processing. I love this clean look. I would recommend black variant because it looks much more qualified than the rest of options. If you can hide the Intex branding, on-looker will guess this phone to be a costly gadget. We are giving full marks for the design of the M6.
The Cloud M6 runs on Android Kitkat 4.4.2. In some of new launches Intex had introduced its own user interface. Indeed, that was a joke from Intex. However, here the default version of Kitkat loads really fast and just after few seconds you are allowed to use this phone. I really appreciate Intex for not playing with the operating system. Neat and clear Android Kitkat, WOW!
The Intex M6 offers solid performance thanks to a quad core processor, which coupled with 1GB RAM and Mali 400 MP2. We did not experience lag and the same has been confirmed by many certified users at online portals.
If you want an element of surprise in memory management, I am sorry; Intex has just stick to today’s market reality. Here, internal storage is 8GB that can be further increased upto 32 GB with a support of a SD card.
The Display optimization indicates to effective usages of battery backup. The 5 inches screen flaunts a 480P resolution in an IPS LCD panel. A pixel density of 196 PPI is absolutely perfect for optimum clarity in video, image or texts. At a price of 5000 rupees, the Cloud M6 features a good display.
An Indian brand smartphone features camera only to make an impressive specification sheet on paper. Will you accept a mobile phone without camera feature? Therefore, for a brand the important aspect is camera, not a quality camera. Camera does perform well in an Indian brand phone, but for that one dedicated image sensor has to be embedded in the camera section.
The Cloud M6 packs a 8MP primary and 5MP front facing camera. The M6 gets an edge in the camera comparison with competitors. To get the best out of camera, there is a LED flash and application derived digital zoom. The rear shooter supports a HD recording at 30 frames per second. Face detection, touch to focus, HDR and geo tagging are some cool features available as preset options in the camera application.
2000 mAh seems to be sufficient for 40 to 48 hours of drive on gentle usages. If you tend to wake-up and sleep with a smartphone, then look for a better choice with huge battery power. In the cloud M6, usages of Facebook, Whatsapp, Gmail, Video and audio playback with basic fun and entertainment goes hand to hand without many problems.
The Intex M6 has a decent collection of connectivity options. 1G, 2G and 3G network bands are supported in order to offer a speedy web browsing. I would like to add a word of caution that battery drains really fast during 2G or 3G browsing. For data syncing and local area network access, it comes with Wi-Fi with a Bluetooth and a micro USP port.
I am really surprised. In fact, the M6 has surpassed my favorite smartphones in terms of smartness and faster instruction delivery. With three dedicated sensors that is Accelerometer, Light and Proximity, it responds to user call much more intelligently than its competitors.
- Good Processor
- Cool Design
- A Complete phone in 5000 rupees
I haven’t discovered one.
I am still reluctant to say PICK. Yes, I can notice change in built quality and design. And, Intex has really improved over the year. However, XOLO, LAVA and Spice have much better and quality offering than the Intex. Please note, we are not saying that buying of the Intex cloud M6 is a waste of money. If you have decided to buy the Cloud M6, I am sure you won’t regret the decision.
|SIM||Dual, GSM, 3G+2G|
|OS||Android Kitkat 4.4.2|
|Processor||Quad core, 1.2 GHz, Spreadtrum SC7731|
|Memory||1GB RAM, 8GB Memory, 32GB SD card Support|
|Screen||5.5 inches, 480×854 Pixels, IPS LCD, 196 PPI|
|Camera||8MP[P], 5MP[F], LED, ZOOM, [email protected] 30 FPS|
|Battery||2000 mAH, Li-ion|
|Connectivity||BT, USB 2.0, FM, 1G, 2G, 3G, Wi-Fi, GPS|