The company already has a presence in SAARC and ASEAN countries. "Intex will be coming with 3G and 4G enabled devices by
the mid of 2016. The major focus of the product line will be on LTE 4G devices and wearable segments," Intex Technologies Mobile Business Head Sanjay Kumar Kalirona told reporters.

The company will offer its new health band, FitRist in the Spanish market in April, he added. "We have strong presence in SAARC and ASEAN countries and have also entered Latin America and Africa markets. This year, we will expand into matured markets like Europe. We have already started with our entry in Spain," he said.

He, however, declined to comment on the domestic- international business revenue mix. Intex had forayed into the Spanish market in December last year with the launch of its wearable device, iRist.

Initially available on Media Markt, Europe's consumer electronics platform, the company sold over 7,000 units of iRist in Spain. In India, the company had launched the iRist in partnership with ecommerce major Snapdeal. It sold about 20,000 units in seven working days, Kalirona cited.

Talking about launching FitRist, he added that the new wearable is powered with a battery which can last up to 12 days. It comes with a 'Remote Shutter' feature that allows users to control the mobile camera from the band itself.

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