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Coolpad Note 3 Lite (A Make In India Initiative)

Coolpad  announce that, by the first quarter of 2016, we will start manufacturing from Videocon`s Aurangabad factory. Our target is to produce 1 million “Make in India” Coolpad phones by the H1 of 2016, going forward India will be the sole distributor for SAARC regions. Coolpad Note 3 Lite SPECIFICATIONS MODEL Note 3 Lite NETWORK GSM(B2/B3/B8),WCDMA(B1/B8), FDD LTE(B1/B3), TDD LTE(B40),Dual SIM Dual Standby, Video Call not Supported. WLAN 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.0 SCREEN 5.0", IPS, HD, 1280 x 720, Scratch-resistant Glass DIMENSIONS 140.8 x 70.4 x 8.9 mm CHIPSET MTK MT6735 1.3GHz 64bit Quad Core + ARM Mali T720 RAM + ROM 3GB + 16 GB, OTG Supported, 32GB expandable memory BATTERY 2500mAh, 200h stand-by time(Single SIM), 150h Stand-by time(Dual SIM), 8 hour Talk Time. CAMERA 13 Megapixel Rear Camera, 5 Megapixel Front Facing Camera. FINGERPRINT Yes, FPC 1021 SENSOR Proximity Sensor, Light Sensor, Accelerometer OS Android 5.1 + Cool

Samsung's Indonesia Branch Has Accidentally Leaked The Galaxy S7, Water-proof Feature Confirmed

February 21 is going to be one of the most exciting days of the year for gadget geeks, because both South Korean electronics giants Samsung and LG will unveil their 2016 flagship phones, the Samsung Galaxy S7 and LG G5. But in today’s web-driven, ultra-connected culture, it’s just about impossible to keep highly anticipated projects under wraps (just ask Rihanna, whose new album was leaked by music service Tidal last month). So naturally, details of the Galaxy S7 has all been confirmed, a week before the phone’s official announcement. Notable leaker Evan Blass had already revealed unofficial images of the Galaxy S7, but Samsung’s overzealous Indonesian branch has provided what is essentially an official leak in the form of an  unlisted YouTube ad . Usually, people “unlist” their YouTube videos if they want to share the content with a select few but not broadcast to the public, so it’s safe to assume that Samsung Indonesia does not want the ad to go public yet. Oops. The

Ringing Bells Freedom 251 is a 'smartphone' priced below Rs. 500

The device will be unveiled on February 17, and the manufacturer will reveal its exact price and specifications during the launch event Ringing Bells will be launching a smartphone that is priced at less than Rs. 500. The device, called, Freedom 251, will be unveiled on February 17 and the manufacturer will reveal the exact price and its specifications at the launch event. The company says that the phone is in line with Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s vision to connect every Indian and adds that the device is built to meet the goals of ‘Make in India’. The launch event will be attended by government officials like Manohar Parrikar, the Union Minister of Defence, and Murali Manohar Joshi, Member of Parliament. inging Bells Freedom 251 Brief Description Ringing Bells Freedom 251 Smartphone was launched in February 2016, comes with a 4-inch qhd IPS LCD Multi touch display with a resolution of 960 x 540 pixels at a pixel density of 275 pixels per inch. The screen is not protec

Where's my mobile?

Nomophobia, the fear of being out of mobile phone contact, is on the rise Sapna K, a 19-year-old history student, would log onto social networking sites from her smartphone in between classes. Slowly, her need to check her phone turned into a craving. Did someone comment on her Facebook post? Did she miss out on a WhatsApp message? Why hadn't her phone buzzed in the past hour or so? She would sleep with the phone under her pillow and check her messages in the middle of the night. Her obsessive attachment to the phone began to interfere with her daily chores and mental peace. "One day she left her phone at a friend's party. She felt anxious the entire time that she reached home and insisted that her father immediately walk back to the friend's house to pick it up," says Manoj Kumar Sharma, additional professor (department of clinical psychology) at Bengaluru's NIMHANS. He is, at the moment, taking care of at least 60 cases in which the patient is sufferin