Today the most affordable smartphone costing just £3 is eventually started shipping in order to connect poor areas of India.
Aiming to make web access affordable to millions of people throughout the country.
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Made by Ringing Bells, this technology company based in Noida, more than 200,000 handsets will be sold during the first part of delivery.
These handset features a 4-inch screen, 8MP main camera and 3.2MP for the front. User will also enjoy the 8GB internal storage with 1GB RAM and a 1.3GHz quad-core processor.
Furthermore, the handset will run by Android Lollipop 5.1, color available are white and black and has a pre-installed app like Facebook, Youtube and WhatsApp.
June 26, New Delhi – Chinese internet and technology conglomerate LeEco has develop a new product merging superphones with its unique supertainment program within the region.
LeEco’s superphone has currently become the new desirable device in the country by providing all-in-one feature phones for its customers.
Based to the statement, “LeEco is the only player in India that has ventured and pioneered the content membership model on a superphone and has taken the competition in the smartphone industry to a different play field,” the company said in a statement.
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“It will serve as the primary channel for customers to engage with LeEco and become a part of LeEco’s ecosystem through its products and services.”
LeEco is presently in the process of setting up an in-house Content Deliver Network or the CDNs within the 10 cities across India by the end of 2016. Additionally, it also commits over $10 million to establish the cloud facilities. The CDNs will guarantee faster smooth syndication of content.