Intex Turbo Duoz, the new feature phone packs in a 2.4- inch (240 x 320 pixels) TFT LCD screen and a pixel density of 167 ppi. The feature phone is encased within an 11.6 mm plastic chassis and weighs only 88 grams. The Dual SIM (GSM+GSM) phone runs on 1450 mAH, li-ion battery and claims to deliver a talktime of 14 hours and a standby time of 290 hours on 2G. On the storage front, the memory can be expanded up to 32GB with the help of an MicroSD card.
The handset ropes in a 0.3MP VGA camera both at the back and front and is also accompanied by a digital zoom. The connectivity options in the device includes GPRS, bluetooth and USB Port connectivity. Other features included in the very basic operational feature phone are - FM Radio, Music Player and support formats like MP3, WAV, MIDI.
This feature phone has been built to serve the very basic needs of a customer like making calls, messaging and also with a slice of the multimedia experience in the form of a FM Radio and music player. The camera is too low to even mention, but if we look at the price it seems a decent buy.