Kogan to Offer Ultra-cheap full HD Agora Smartphone

Kogan offered pre-orders for the budget-friendly Agora 8 Plus smartphone featuring a 5.5-inch full HD cellular country complaints - Kogan to offer ultra-cheap full HD agora smartphonedisplay – at only $239, the affordable Android phone will start shipping on November 27th.

This handset comes with an Octa-Core Mediatek MT6750T processor and 4GB of RAM as well as 32GB of internal storage space and can be expanded via microSD card slot which can add a further 128GB of storage space to the phone.

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Kogan website Project Manager, Sergiy Bobrovnychyy, says that the handset affordable price tag will appeal to a range of consumers:

“Smartphones are a necessity for everyday life, but a lot of people aren’t able to keep up with the sharp price increases for new devices. We’ve built a phone packed with all the high-end features that Australians demand but at a fraction of the price.”

The pre-order price is only valid until November 24th. Kogan has yet to announce what the price will be after pre-order, but with a price-tag this low, consumers will need to get in very quickly.

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LeEco starts offering their affordable smartphone

Chinese technology and multimedia company LeEco has launched an leeco-starts-offering-their-affordable-smartphoneAmazon store. Joining Target and Best Buy in the record of merchants carrying its goods, the Amazon store allows you choose among two Android smartphones, three smart TV and lot of amazing products like silk flower petals and ornamental chiffon flowers. LeEco’s handsets surely do not feature as much fashion as the past accessories.

This mi-range LeEco Le S3 cost $250 and the Le Pro3 cost for $400. Each device has metal bodies, fingerprint readers, 1080p display, 16mp main camera and USB ports, NO headphone jacks though! These handsets run on Qualcomm Snapdragon 652 in the Le S3 and Snapdragon 821 for the Le Pro3.

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Not too cheap, although Chinese handsets usually tend to have some users interface surprises with them, such as style quirks or unusual factory apps.

If you want a cheap android phone and never mind for for the odd applications go for LeEco handsets it turn out to be a good value for money.

Apple reveals water resistant and wireless iPhone 7

Soon after many months of anticipations, Apple has finally unveiled the iPhone 7 and a new model of its Apple Tim Cook+iPhone 7Watch. The new iPhone 7 will questionably dumb the earphone socket in prefer of the lightning slot and wireless earphone, and features a long battery life.

The bigger iPhone 7 plus likewise has a new dual lens camera and Apple also revealed new Airpod wireless headphones that cost $159, although it will ship an adapter for older headphone together with lighting headphones in every package.

Tim Cook started out the presentation at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco along with a video clip of him getting part in a carpool karaoke with Hames Corden, singing together to One Republic before they were joined up by Pharrell to offer Cook some trend advice.

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‘I’m so glad James got me here on time, I may have lost my voice,’ he stated, before unveiled new episodes of the show will be release on iTunes next year. In an unusual fall, Apple unintentionally revealed the device itself with a tweet minutes before the introduction.
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Vodafone Smart Platinum 7 aiming the iPhone 6S and Galaxy S7

Vodafone Smart Platinum is actually the company first high-end handset, and has its views sets rightly on the likes Vodafone Smart Platinum 7 aiming the iPhone 6S and Galaxy S7of the iPhone 6S and Galaxy S7. The handset is a 5.5 QHD Amoled display and powered by octa-core Snapdragon 652 chip matched with 3GB RAM.

The Smart Platinum 7 looks like the iPhone metal design, complete with fingerprint sensor on the back and ships with Android 6.0 Marshmallow, Google newest operating system, a 3000mAh battery paired with Qualcomm’s Quick Charge 3.0 technology, 32GB internal storage that can be expand up to 128 via microSD slot. 16MP for back camera and 8MP for front facing, supports with Voda 4G+ speeds. Continue reading

Affordable LTE Smartphone launched at $90

Low priced LTE Smartphones like Cricket which costs $90. LG is joining with Cricket Wireless to provide an cellular country complaintsinexpensive handset to the U.S providing LTE on a budget with the $90 LG spree.

Leading Android mobile phones with great specs may blend tons of interest, but lots of users are searching for dependable and inexpensive devices that give a great performance without spending too much.
The new LG spree is providing simple specifications for basic jobs and 4G LTE for fast internet. Cricket Wireless will have launched on Friday, March 11.

“The LG Spree provides a combination of value and practicality, making it a great phone for those who currently own an entry-level smartphone and aspire for more without sacrificing style and features,” says Cricket in its press release. “This fully-loaded smartphone is designed with features that help you.”

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Smartphone that is cheaper than your Phone Bill

There’s a dozens of smartphones are launches every month, many handsets released with a priced that average cellular country complaintsperson can’t afford.

This time phone manufacturer is gradually coming down targeting average persons that can afford to buy good quality of smartphones.

Indian company has get the concept of budget friendly smartphone to a new level.

Noida based Ringing Bells sates they are releasing the cheapest smartphone priced less than Rs. 500. Or approximately 7US Dollar, cheapest ever right? The Ringing Bells will begin with the assembly of the device Phase -1 and target full development of the feature-rich smartphones.
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Samsung Galaxy J1 Ace cost less than a hundred dollar

Based to Mumbai-based retailer, Samsung’s latest Galaxy J1 Ace smartphone has gone on sale in India Samsung Galaxy J1 Ace cost less than a hundred dollar costing at Rs.6,400 or approximately 96US Dollar, the device apparently offered to purchase through retailers.

Retailer Mahesh Telecom also discussed the full list of specs of the device on their Facebook page. The Samsung Galaxy J1 Ace works with Android 4.4 Kitkat and has a dual-Sim support, powered by a 1.3GHz dual core processor supports with a 512MB RAM and a 4.3inch WVGA Super Amoled display. Furthermore, the device comes with a 4GB built in storage and can be expand up to 64GB via microSD, a 5 megapixel auto-focus main camera along with LED flash and a 2 megapixel for front facing. Continue reading