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Karbonn K9 Kavach 4G With BHIM App Launched in India at Rs.5290 Android 7.0, Fingerprint Sensor

Karbonn Kavach

Karbonn K9 Kavach 4G unveiled with integrated BHIM App: Know specs and features

Indian mobile brand Karbonn Mobiles has launched a new smartphone on Tuesday. New Karbonn K9 Kavach 4G smartphone comes with UPI integration in the form of the preloaded BHIM app. The Karbonn K9 Kavach 4G price in India is Rs. 5,290, and sports entry-level specifications. Kavach 4G will be made available through offline retail channels in India.

The domestic brand has integrated the BHIM app’s access and securitisation mechanisms in Karbonn K9 Kavach 4G at a firmware level. The company also claimed that the preloaded BHIM app comes with an optimised for user experience and app performance on the K9 Kavach 4G smartphone. A fingerprint sensor is also included for payment authentication and further securities.

Product Features:
Launch Date : 04 July, 2017
Operating System : Android 7.0
Processor : Quad Core 1.25 GHz
Camera : 5MP/5MP
Battery :2300 mAh
Display : 5.5 inches
Resolution :720 x 1280 pixels
Price : Rs.5290
RAM: 1 GB
Internal Memory: 8GB
Expandable: 32 GB

On OS level, Karbonn K9 Kavach touts e-KYC and Aadhaar authentication, perform person-to-person transactions Digi locker and e-Gov service access, bill payments and utility services as well as contextual payments within messenger apps.

Karbonn K9 Kavach features a 5-inch HD (720×1280 pixels) IPS display. It is powered by a 1.25GHz quad-core processor coupled with 1GB RAM. The dual SIM smartphone runs Android 7.0 Nougat. On camera font, K9 Kavach 4G flaunts a 5-megapixel rear camera with autofocus and a 5-megapixel front camera.

Karbonn K9 Kavach 4G smartphone comes with 8GB storage inbuilt and can be expandable up to 32GB via microSD card. Connectivity options in the smartphone include 4G VoLTE, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Micro-USB, FM radio, Bluetooth, and a 3.5mm audio jack. A 2300mAh battery backs the device.

Vivo Y55L Launched in India at Rs 11980: Check Specs, Features and Price

Vivo Y55L
Vivo India Released New Smartphone Y55L by CEO Kent and CMO Vivek Zhang

Vivo recently launched their latest smartphone Y55L in the ‘Y-Series’ in India. One more update is, Kent Cheng announced as new CEO for the Operations carried out in India. Kent Joined Vivo earlier this year. And the company says “He has been instrumental in the brand’s overall journey and has been contributing to making it a world-class enterprise.”

Y55L comes with 5.2-inch HD IPS 2.5D curved glass display. This is sported with Octa-Core Snapdragon 430 SoC. The phone runs on Android 6.0 Marshmallow as the pre-installed operating system along with Funtouch OS 2.6.

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Vivo Y55L is coming with Octa-Core Qualcomm Snapdragon 430 processor. This octa-core processor is the combination of 4 x 1.2 GHz Cortex A53 + 4 x 1.5 GHz Cortex A53 along with the 64-bit processor with Adreno 505 GPU (Graphical Processing Unit).

The default storage, i.e., Internal storage of this smartphone is 16GB with 2GB LPDDR3 RAM. The storage is expandable up to 128GB with microSD.

The Primary camera comes with 8-megapixel with LED Flash, and front facing camera comes with 5 MP with the Screen Flash (Gives off the complete screen brightness of the device, when capturing images during low light conditions).

Vivo Y55L is having the cool features like dedicated SIM slots, split-screen for multi-tasking, Eye protecting mode.(Reduces the screen brightness for the comfortable browsing and prevent blue light which causes strain on the eyes.)

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Check out the specifications, features for VIVO Y55L along with the price.

Vivo Y55L Specifications

  • Display:    5.2-inch HD IPS 2.5D Curved-Edge Display
  • Processor: Octa-Core Qualcomm Snapdragon 430 64-bit processor.
  • RAM:        2GB LPDDR3 RAM
  • Storage:   16GB Internal & Expandable up to 128GB.
  • OS:          Funtouch OS 2.6 based on Android 6.0 (Marshmallow)
  • Camera:   8MP Primary camera with LED Flash & 5MP Front-Facing Camera
  • Connectivity: 4G VoLTE, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.1, GPS
  • Battery:   2650mAh

Vivo Y55L (http://www.vivo.co.in/Y55L/) is available in Gold and Space Grey colors. The device is priced at Rs. 11,980 in India. It will be available across India from October 15, 2016.

Sony Xperia XZ Launched with Snapdragon 820 and Starts Shipping from October 10

Calling out all the Sony Smartphone lovers’ right here! The latest smartphone from Sony has just launched Sony Xperia XZ in India. The model announced at the event IFA 2016 in Berlin in this month.

The phone comes with a 5.2-inch 1080p display and also supports Triluminos Display with Corning Gorilla Glass protection. The resolution of the phone comes in 1920 x 1080 pixels.

The phone is powered by Quad-Core Snapdragon 820 processor and 64-bit 14nm processor with Adreno 530 GPU. Xperia XZ runs on Android 6.0 Marshmallow which is pre-installed. This phone have the Dual sim support and comes with the Hybrid Dual Sim slot which lets the user use the second slot as the memory expansion if required.

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Xperia XZ comes with the 3GB of RAM and the internal storage or the onboard with 64GB. It can also support the expandable memory up to 256GB via microSD card.

This phone is sported with the fingerprint sensor built into the power button. This helps in unlocking the smartphone quickly in the fraction of seconds.

Xperia XZ
Image Source: Sony

Coming to the camera segment the primary camera comes with 23-megapixel with the latest technologies like Exmor RS sensor and Predictive Hybrid Autofocus which lets you choose the subject and predicts its movements. With this, the users can capture the action shots with the perfect focus and Blur-free images. We can record the videos at the resolution of 4K seamlessly.

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The front facing camera comes with 13-megapixel with 22mm wide-angle lens. The best and quality selfies captured from this phone. 1080p video recording can be done with the front facing camera.

The phone is capable with the Water Resistant. Other unique features are DSEE HX, LDAC, and Digital Noise Cancelling. The battery of the phone comes with 2900 mAh Battery and Qnovo’s Adaptive Charging technology.

The Sony Xperia XZ is available in different colors Forest Blue, Mineral Black and Platinum. The price of this smartphone is available at Rs. 51,990. You can get the device for the best price at Rs. 49,990. Sony Xperia XZ is available from October 10th, and you can pre-book at all Sony Center, select retail outlets. It is exclusively available in online through Amazon.in from 1st October to 10th October 2016

Intel study says ” Millennials Are More Likely To Unplug Phones on Vacation “

Millennials unplugging devices on a vacation

Are we addicted to our mobile phones?

Yes, most of us know that we are addicted and unsurprisingly we admit it. A new Study was conducted by Intel Security to understand the consumers’ digital behaviors on summer vacation.

The results released on Tuesday say that we are not too eager to unplug our phones during vacation. A total of 13,650 consumers aged between 21 and 54 globally participated in this study. They were evenly separated by gender and asked the question that how well they can stay away from their mobile phones during vacation.

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The recent study states that nearly 55 percent of Americans who check their office mails said that they cannot unplug their mobile phones during vacation. While 65 percent of the people said, this unplugging from the digital devices helped them a lot in enjoying their vacation.

According to the results, men are more likely to unplug their devices, as 57 percent said that they can plan to disconnect their phones and when it comes to women it is just 44 percent.

Millennials unlikely to Unplug devices

“Being unplugged,” means no internet usage and no phone calls. So, the results of the study revealed that 49 percent of millennials said that they could take break from devices during vacation while only 37 percent of the 40 to 50 age group said they could do so. The study also acknowledges the potential risks of staying online while away from home.

“Consumers rely on technology to stay connected to their physical and digital worlds – whether at work, home or on vacation,” said Gary Davis, chief consumer security evangelist at Intel Security. “As a result, it’s crucial to impart safe digital habits to help consumers stay more secure when traveling.”

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The Intel security study also suggests ways consumers can reduce the travel security risks such as remembering that criminals can better monitor someone’s whereabouts via various social media postings.

“Data can be expensive, but switching on Bluetooth and WiFi when out and about can be a recipe for disaster,” says Intel Security study.

“Connecting to unprotected WiFi and Bluetooth devices can expose your personal information to a cyber criminal. You should be especially careful when exchanging payment information. With this in mind, make sure to update your Bluetooth and Wi-Fi history by removing previously ‘remembered’ wireless networks.”

New Report Forecasts Big Threat: Youngsters Addicted to Mobile Devices

teens addicted to their mobile devices

Recent analysis on addiction on phones explicitly known with a new study conducted by common sense media, 50 percent of teenagers is digitally addicted to their mobile devices. But the fact is how many say that they are addicted?

Can we say it teen’s use their mobile phones for learning purpose which they can technically upgrade themselves rather than use it in an unusual way!

Let us see what the Common Sense Media study says, whether is it an addiction or not. The present teenagers agree themselves that they use much time on their mobile devices, and two third of teen parents also feel the same scenario. 66% feel their teens spend more time on their mobile devices and 52% teens agree according to the poll.

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“27% of parents believe they themselves are addicted. The survey polled 620 parents and 620 teens”, a report published in Top Tech News informed.

Hope you have remembered the Vodafone formerly “Hutch” commercial add stating “where ever you go I will be there,” the same situation arises here. You go anywhere; mostly you can find someone on their handling their mobile phone either by calling, texting, or tweeting or else on Instagram or Facebook.

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Recent polls said that nearly 70 to 80 percent of teens look at their phones on an hourly basis. While 70 percent feel that they need to respond immediately said Mick Lesitsky of Youngstown.

One more person, Jason Sop of Youngstown, told that nine times out of 10 every teenager is always on their phone. It’s not even just teenager. I’d even seen younger children, adults who have any social networking, who are all having a cell phone, android, tablet, anything of either always in their hands.

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“I think there is a real limiting on the amount of expression that people have now because they used to look on their cell phones and such,” said Caro of Youngstown.

But as per the U.S. physicians, mobile addiction is not considered as a disorder or The Internet is not viewed as a public health threat in other parts of the world. Doctors say studies to be undergone to done to determine how real addiction went to be.

So as of now let us considered to be a bad news according to the study, only 40 percent of teens are trying to cut down the time spent on their mobile devices.

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The recent survey by DSM 5 in 2013, states that behavioral disorder on Internet gambling and gaming already set online. Cell phone rehabilitation programs already conducted in the U.S.

Finally, Common Sense Media is a non-profit organization, San Francisco that provides education and advocacy to promote safe technology and media for children.