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Month: September 2017

Skipping pesky calls can save Indians up to 63 million hours a year: Report

India exceeds the list of undesirable appeals received by a country in 2017, according to the Insights report published on the blog Truecaller. The report is based on an analysis performed by the application of the global repertoire during the period between January 1 and May 31, 2017 to understand the average monthly spam rate.

The World Telephone Directory – which has caller ID, social media integration and call barring capabilities – while listing a list of major countries in the spam prosthesis, revealed that Indian users could save about 63 million hours ignoring unwanted calls, assuming the average duration of an unwanted call is less than 30 seconds.

In addition, the report also revealed that India receives almost 22.6 calls per spam every month. The second on the list are the United States and Brazil, with about 20.7 calls per user each month.

Phone scams have been on the rise in the world, as it is easy to catch people against the phone or SMS guard. The report also mentions that the issue of spam calls from India lies with operators and financial services. Many of these operators are looking to offer special offers of free data or unlimited calling.

By contrast, the same research conducted in the United States suggests that anti-spam calls are dominated by annoyances and scams. Financial services and debt collectors are also an important category that rejects American users. He said: “This is an interesting observation, as in credit cards of American culture and the acquisition and repayment of student loans, often adapt.”

However, if you want to convert spam-saving time savings into productivity gains, India’s economy, as mentioned in the report, would record an annual profit of about $ 414 million.

Micromax sold 2 mn Bharat-2 devices; 3 more Bharat-series models coming soon

Ultra-affordable smartphones are usually in the Indian market sensitive to prices, especially when they are rich in functions and deliver the products as promised. In train to get on the digital train from India, home electronics manufacturer, Micromax Bharat 2, seems to have clicked with users, especially priced at only Rs 3 499. According to estimates of the Bharat 2, launched in April this year, has already sold 2 million units in 5 months, making it one of the most popular VoLTE 4G smartphones in the country.

With the Bharat smartphone series, Micromax lenses include phone users looking to become smartphone users for the first time. The Bharat 2 allowed the next phase of adoption of the smartphone in the country by the hand of consumers to update. In terms of specifications, the Micromax Bharat 2 is powered by Spreadtrum SC9832 1.3 GHz Quad Core processor with 512 MB RAM and 4 GB ROM. The smartphone features a 4-inch WVGA display and features a 2 megapixel (MP) rear camera and a 0.3 MP front camera. The phone works with Android Marshmallow and is equipped with a battery of 1,300 mAh.

As for the success of Bharat-2, Micromax is preparing to develop the Bharat series with three new smartphones – Bharat-2 Plus, Bharat-3 and Bharat-4, which will all be available in offline stores next week. commenting on the success of the Bharat series, Micromax Computer co-founder Rahul Sharma said Monday: “There are more than 400 million phone users waiting to move to smartphones that give them the experience without forcing their budgets

The exceptional acceptance of Bharat-2 demonstrates our vision and also demonstrates that there is a huge appetite for VoLTE smartphone budget subscribers among Indian telecommunications. Therefore, we strive to close the gap needed for our consumers and with Bharat’s expansion of the series, which we think will really drive the next phase of adoption of mobile phones in the country.

Xiaomi unveils bezel-less ‘Mi MIX 2’ smartphone; launch in India soon

Chinese electronics giant Xiaomi launched the Mi MIX 2, a non-bevel smartphone designed for the Mi MIX device concept that was introduced last year. In addition, the company has also released My Note 3, which has a two-camera installation and a 16-megapixel front camera and the new My Notebook Pro. The Mi MIX 2 is based on the original concept. But the new smartphone is now 11.9 percent lower than its predecessor and has a 5.99-inch display in an aspect ratio of 18: 9. The second generation My MIX smartphone uses a hidden speaker to location the solution piezoelectric speaker that was used in the original concept.

My MIX 2 continues to use the ultrasonic proximity sensor, which allows the device to melt in the background while the focus is fully on the screen. MIX MIX 2 is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor and uses the Sony IMX386 12 sensor in its primary megapixel camera that supports four axis optical image stabilization (OIS), which reduces the effect of handshake or motion, so that images and videos remain solid. After the launch, Manu Kumar Jain, vice president and general manager of Xiaomi, Xiaomi India has confirmed its official Twitter channel My MIX 2 will soon arrive in India.

The second offer of two Xiaomi cameras is an upgraded version of its smartphone Mi 6 flagship that was launched earlier this year. The smartphone has a screen of 5.5 inches and a greater than 3,500 mAh. The two camera setup in my 3rd note uses wide-angle and telephoto lenses that allow users to take portraits with backgrounds. megapixel light image with less noise The front camera 16 captures due to the large mu M pixel 2, obtained by combining a plurality of pixels in the image sensor into a single.

The Beautify function gets an update in My Note 3 with an artificial intelligence (AI) algorithm for more natural selfies. My Note 3 also has a new method of unlocking through AI based facial recognition, so unlocking the phone is equivalent to taking a selfie. My Notebook Pro is a high performance notebook with Intel Quad-Core processor and graphics ‘NVIDIA GeForce MX150’, offering a seamless gaming experience with stunning images. The 15.6-inch notebook has a Full HD screen protected by Corning Gorilla Glass and a fingerprint sensor integrated into the touch panel to facilitate the release of the laptop.

The company also announced the special edition Mi MIX 2, with a ceramic mount with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. The Pro Notebook is a high-performance notebook with an Intel Quad-Core processor and NVIDIA GeForce MX150 graphics. game seamlessly with amazing images. The 15.6-inch notebook has a Full HD screen protected by Corning Gorilla Glass and a fingerprint sensor integrated into the touch panel to facilitate the release of the laptop. The company also announced the Mi MIX 2 special edition, which has a ceramic tile and comes with 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage.

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