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TP-Link enters the Android Phone market with its newly established brand called Neffos. The Neffos trio features high running speed, large storage space, smart multithreaded background program and powerful camera to offer a balanced and joyful experience for users. The Neffos C5 is powered by a quad-core 64-bit processor as well as 16 GB ROM and 2 GB RAM. It is equipped with a Super Camera that has intelligent mode and 30 artistic filters. With 5.5-inch FHD IPS display, C5 Max provides crystal clear picture quality that is reflected in the finest details and accurate colors from any angle. It’s equipped with a 13MP rear camera and a 5MP front camera. The large F2.0 aperture of the rear camera allows users to take stunning photos at any time. The C5L packs with 1 GB RAM, 8 GB ROM and supports up to 32 GB of expandable SD memory. It has an 8MP rear camera and a 2MP front camera. The Neffos series also shows the beauty of simplicity with its industrial design. It emphasizes the material’s original color and texture by incorporating polycarbonate composites. It provides good grip by with optimized side curve, chamfer and CD texture on the side button. Some images of the new phones: Specifications: Source: Neffos View full article
I found new news about Dell here at techgreet that Dell has introduced some new windows and android powered tablets for users. Is this a good move by Dell, Is Dell trying to increase its market share? What do you think, will users buy these tablets? i like Dell laptops but seriously i never thought about buying a tablet from Dell.
Microsoft is planning to acquire the London-based AI powered predictive keyboard manufacturer for around $250M. The UK start-up company founded in 2008 by Jon Reynolds and Ben Medlock, is installed on hundreds of millions of smartphones across the globe and has more than 150 employees in London, San Francisco and Seoul. Swiftkey, which is considered by its founders as a language technology company, is offering the app free for download in both Android and iOS devices since 2014. It supports more than 100 languages and uses artificial intelligence in order to learn the writing style of its user and be able to predict the next word to be typed. This is not the only company Microsoft is trying to acquire in an effort to regain a foothold in mobile but neither it is for Google with DeepMind or for Apple with VocalIQ whose AI software helps computer and people converse more naturally. Despite being installed on more than 300M devices and being on top of app chart as one of the most popular app, SwiftKey's selling price was lower than what investors might have hoped for a couple of years ago. Source: Financial Times View full article