"Most of our new phones will come with Airtel SIM cards and will support Voice over LTE (VoLTE) to support Reliance Jio connections. All our phones post November will support VoLTE," said Sanjay Kalirona, business head of mobiles at Intex Technologies.

The company, which believes in the mantra of best specifications at aggressive pricing, also revealed its plans to come out with a new version of the iRist wearable device.

The 'smartphone on a watch' was launched by the company in the Mobile World Congress in Shanghai.

"After seeing a huge success with the iRist, we are now planning to come down with a more refined version of the wearable device. We are in discussions with MediaTek to develop a new operating system dubbed smartOS for the second version," Kalirona said.

He also added that the company had sold out the first consignment of 10,000 iRists in just two months.

Asked about not using Android Wear operating system (OS) on the watch, he said that the OS had limitations in terms of scope of use.

The company, which has approximately 12 percent market share in smartphones in the country, also said that they would unveil a new fitness band which will come with a display. The estimated price of the band will vary roughly between Rs 3,000 to Rs.4,000.

Intex also showcased a prototype-phase smartphone named Gen X. The new phone will come with a 5.5-inch display,1.3GHz octa-core processor, 2 GB RAM, 16 GB of internal memory expandable to 128 GB, 13-megapixel rear and five-megapixel front camera.

The phone, which will draw power form a 2,850 mAh battery, will be priced around Rs 14,000.

Also, the domestic handset-maker hinted at bringing new user interface for its phones and making them in India.