5 Best Android Phones under 10000INR

Always enjoy the various features on your smart phone do not hesitate and consider any features by any cause. Sometimes we step back from our needs for insufficient budget but now you have not to scarify any for your budge. If you are finding smart phone under Rs.10000/- then here are some awesome phone model with full of features which might be right for you.

  1. Asus Zenfone 5

It is the leading newly launched android smart phone model in the market by ASUS powered by Intel.  It is popular for its stunning awesome looks and quietly brilliant performance with Intel Dual core 1.6GHz and 1.2GHz processor. It has also 2 GB of RAM which makes it more efficient for smooth processing. This phone has two various storage capacities with various range. If you want 8GB of storage with 1.2GHz processor then it will be in Rs.8499/- or if you want more then it will be Rs.9999/- with 1.6GHz processor and 16GB of storage capacity. And also has the ability of 32GB of external micro SD support with both models.

  1. Micromax Canvas Nitro A311

Micromax is the well known trusted smart phone maker in the market. Micromax Canvas Nitro A311 one of the best Android Smart Phone model by Micromax. This phone comes with 5 inch HD LED screen with awesome performance speed by 1.7 GHz of processor and 2GB of RAM. You can also get 13 MP primary and 5 MP secondary cameras with this phone model which can change your picture experience to more live. It also a budget fix phone which is reasonable for its various quality and features.  Click Here This phone price is Rs.9999/-.

  1. HTC Desire 526 G Plus

HTC is one of the best smart phone companies in the market. They always take care of their quality of their product. Their aim is to satisfy their customer and give the best value for money for their customers. HTC gives 1.7 GHz processor and 1GB of RAM space which gives it efficient for its work done. It also has ARM mali-450 graphics inbuilt which gives more quality to your graphics experience. This phone model price is Rs.9603/-.

  1. LAVA IRIS X8

This smart phone comes with 12.7 cm of larger HD screen with super clean picture quality. It has also 1.4 GHz ARM Cortex-A7 MTK 6592M processor which gives smooth performance experience to users. Also have 2GB RAM for better performance and 16GB of storage capacity with 32GB external micro SD storage support. You can get this smart phone in RS.9349/-.

Micromax's Yu Yureka Set to Receive Lollipop-Based CM12S Update Soon

 

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Micromax’s Yu Yureka is set to soon receive its Android 5.0 Lollipop-based Cyanogen OS update, CM1S, as indicated by Micromax Co-Founder and CEO.

According to Rahul Sharma, the CM12S update for the Yu Yureka has been submitted to Google for certification. Sharma however did not give an exact roll out date of the update. “Wanna thank all the beta testers and everyone involved, we are now in the final phase of Lollipop release. The software has been submitted to Google for approval today, and if all goes well the rollout should happen soon,” he said on the Yuforum on Monday.

“Here is a little peek into what is going on under the hood. At YU, quality is a key focus and our partner, Cyanogen is equally committed to provide a robust software. We both work hard to ensure that the awesome new features are stable enough to provide the best user experience. However, with Lollipop it became a little more stringent and longer. Every set of errors took us back a few steps costing us few more days for the rollout. Now in the final stage, we cannot wait ourselves to ship it fast. We will keep you posted on the update,” he added.

For now, neither Cyanogen or Micromax subsidiary Yu Televentures have revealed what new features the CM12S update will bring for the Yu Yureka. Notably, Micromax and Chinese smartphone maker OnePlus had locked horns last year over an exclusivity agreement won by the domestic manufacturer to offer Cyanogen OS smartphones in India, as well as their updates. The issue has been closely watched by authorities. While initially it looked as if OnePlus would be unable to offer Cyanogen OS updates in India, OnePlus co-founder later confirmed an OTA update for CM12S would be made for Indian users as well.

Last week, OnePlus co-founder Carl Pei, on Twitter replied to a user that the CM12Supdate for the OnePlus One has already passed company’s certification process and that the roll out is expected to begin within next few days. Notably, the CM12S update for the OnePlus One was supposed to roll out by March 30, while the company’s own custom ROM based on Android 5.0 Lollipop – OxygenOS – was supposed to roll out on March 27. The company in the first week of April released the OxygenOS custom ROM for users to download and flash onto their OnePlus One smartphones

Researchers create square ice in a graphene sandwich

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Material science researchers have been exploring the myriad properties of graphene since its discovery more than a decade ago. It’s strong, highly conductive, and it turns out two sheets of graphene can squeeze molecules trapped between them like a microscopic vice. That last point comes from a new study led by Andre Geim, one of the original discoverers of graphene. In an experiment conducted at the University of Manchester, Geim used sheets of graphene to force water to form unnatural square crystals.

This new study has its roots in work done by Geim’s team back in 2012. That’s when they discovered that water vapor could diffuse through laminated sheets of graphene oxide, which was surprising — not even helium gas can do that. Then last year Geim proved liquid water could do the same thing. As for the cause, computer simulations indicated the water was forming layers of ice between the graphene sheets, which then pushed other water molecules through the webbing of carbon atoms. It also predicted that the water would arrange itself into square crystals, which have been seen only rarely in the past.

Simulations are all well and good, but the team wanted to confirm it with a real experiment. To test the computer model, one microliter of water was placed on a tiny graphene wafer. Another layer of graphene was then placed on top of the water, and the water was allowed to evaporate. The graphene layers pressed closer together as the water seeped out, eventually coming within a nanometer of each other. When the researchers looked at the water molecules under an electron microscope, they were indeed in the form of square ice.

Square ice has been observed before, but never in any substantial quantity. Water molecules form weak connections called hydrogen bonds in their liquid state (hydrogen atoms attracted to oxygen). This usually happens in a tetrahedral conformation, which leads to ice crystals that have six sides. To end up with square ice, the oxygen atoms in adjacent water molecules must be sitting right on top of each other, which they don’t like to do. It’s like pushing magnets of matching polarity together.

It takes a lot of force from the graphene sheets to make this happen. This likely comes from the Van der Waals interaction of the carbon atoms in the graphene. This attractive force is small for each atom, but becomes formidable across the full surface area. Geim’s team calculated that the water was subjected to 10,000 atmospheres of pressure being sandwiched between the graphene wafers.

A better understanding of how water interacts with graphene could lead to the development of less expensive, more effective filter technology. This same technique could be integrated with carbon nanotubes and in other similarly tight spaces where the capillary action of water can be exploited.

HTC One M9 review: A disappointinglyHTC One M9

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The major Android phone manufacturers have their flagship phone lines locked in. LG has the G series, Samsung has the Galaxy S and Note, Motorola has the Moto X line, and HTC has the One M series. Every year, we expect these phones to make major strides in design, features, performance, and quality. For the most part, they do. This year, HTC’s flagship phone takes a disappointingly small step forward.

The One M9 does bring a few improvements over the M8, but they’re not significant enough to keep up with the rapid pace of improvement in the Android ecosystem. Not every phone has to be a total reinvention of its brand, but we expect these expensive flagship phones to push the state of the art, while the One M9 feels firmly grounded in last year’s technology. It’s a good phone, but also a disappointment.

A refined and familiar design

The One M9 looks almost exactly like the One M8 of last year, and that’s not necessarily a bad thing. HTC’s all-metal phone is a looker, and still stands as one of the best-built, most aesthetically pleasing phones on the market. The M9 is a couple millimeters shorter than the M8, though still unusually tall for a 5-inch phone thanks to the black bar with the HTC logo that sits beneath the display. We’re told that this space is needed to house circuitry, and maybe that’s the price one has to pay for the pair of amplified stereo speakers at the top and bottom of the phone. Other phone makers certainly don’t seem to need this extra space.

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Look closely and you’ll spot a number of small refinements to HTC’s phone design. The power button has moved from its awkward perch on the upper edge to the right side. It takes a little getting used to, but this is better placement overall. The back is still rounded, but slightly less so, and there’s a nice grippy ridge around the edges. So while the M8 was prone to slipping out of your hand (especially when trying to hit that power button), the M9 feels easier to hold.

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There’s a new color option available, too: a silver finish with a gold band around the edges. Those in our office who like gold gadgets think it looks great; I prefer the darker gunmetal grey, which is still an option.

Beefy hardware specs that don’t deliver

The One M8 shipped with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor—at the time, the highest-performance mobile CPU on the market. Using it felt fast and fluid, and it topped benchmark charts. The M9 takes the same approach, giving us the powerful Snapdragon 810. The RAM increases from 2GB to 3GB. The 2600mAh battery of the M8 has been boosted to 2840mAh. On paper, it’s a big upgrade over the M8. So what’s the problem? The problem is that in practice, it’s not any faster than last year’s phone.

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Jumping around the Sense 7 interface, switching between open apps, scrolling through Twitter or Facebook, it’s all smooth and responsive…just like it was on the M8. Our benchmarks are all very similar to those on the M8, too. The new phone is sometimes a few percent faster, sometime a few percent slower, but overall very similar. Only in 3D graphics tests did the new processor distinguish itself, and not by an impressive margin. I have a hard time believing there’s some app out that will run well on the M9 but not on the M8.

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And the battery life is worse! Even though HTC crammed in a battery with 9-percent higher capacity, it won’t last quite as long. With the display calibrated to 200 cd/m2, the PCMark battery test gave the M8 a score of 5 hours, 48 minutes, and the M9 a score of 5 hours, 12 minutes—a 10 percent difference. The disparity in the Geekbench battery test was much more pronounced. In that test, the M8 lasted 4 hours, 41 minutes, the M9 a mere 2 hours and 33 minutes!

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In my regular daily use, the phone still managed to get through an average day without needing a recharge. But if I played games on the bus in the morning, browsed social media throughout the day, and took a bunch of photos, I found myself needing to hit the charger in the evening. So that Geekbench number shouldn’t freak you out too much. The One M9 has what I would call “all-day battery life with moderate use,” but still I’m left wondering: Why isn’t it getting better?

The M9 supports Qualcomm’s Quick Charge 2.0, but HTC only gives you a regular 5V, 1.5A charger in the box. It took about 2.5 hours to charge up with it—not awful, but certainly not what I’d call quick. And who wants to buy a separate charger to take advantage of the fast-charging capabilities?

You may have read reports about the One M9’s getting uncomfortably hot. That wasn’t my experience, and is likely the fault of early unfinished software. When running benchmarks it can really get cookin’, but that’s true of many phones with metal exteriors. Under normal use it didn’t feel hotter than any other high-end phone.

Still the best speakers in the business

One of our favorite features of HTC’s One M series is the loud “BoomSound” stereo speakers. That feature is still found on the M9, with a new partner in Dolby. They’re wonderfully loud and clear—not quite as loud as those on the M8 at full volume, but with less distortion. Dolby’s virtual surround sound is supposed to make a wide sound field with either headphones or the phone’s built-in speakers, but it didn’t really impress me.

Still, with either headphones or the phone’s own speakers, this is basically the best-sounding phone on the market. Motorola and Sony are making strides in phone audio, but there’s still no better-sounding phone than HTC’s flagship.

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I wish I could say there’s no better-looking display as well, but that’s simply not true. While much of the rest of the phone market has moved to 2560×1440 displays, HTC is content to continue shipping its 1920×1080 LCD. It’s a good display, and the resolution is just fine for a screen of this size. It gets pretty bright, making it easy to read in the sunlight.

Still, this is essentially the same display as we saw last year, only with the white point calibrated a little on the green side. It’s not the highest-res screen around, nor the one with the widest color gamut, or best viewing angles, or most accurate color calibration. It’sgood, but that’s all. Just good. Flagship phones aren’t supposed to be just good, right?

The camera: 20 mediocre megapixels

The back of the One M9 is adorned with a single 20-megapixel camera. It seems like an overcompensation for the love-it-or-hate-it camera on the One M8, which married a paltry 4-megapixel “UltraPixel” camera with a gimmicky Duo Lens camera. It’s as if HTC said, “okay, people don’t dig our science experiment and say 4 megapixels isn’t enough. Let’s put the highest-resolution sensor in this thing we can find.”

But megapixels alone do not great photos make. A really good smartphone camera experience consistently takes great photos in all sorts of situations, with as little waiting around as possible. The camera app should launch instantly, the photo should be taken the very instant you tap the shutter button, and the result should look great. Sometimes the M9 camera delivers, sometimes it does not.

First, the good news. The camera interface is great. It’s simple and easy to understand, and puts the most common functions right at your fingertips. You can tap the display to refocus or adjust exposure, or tap-and-hold to lock exposure/focus. There are plenty of options for enthusiasts to tweak and tune, tucked away in the menus. The camera interface live view doesn’t update as smoothly as it should—it’s sort of choppy at times—but it’s not a dealbreaker.

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And sometimes, in well-lit scenes, you get really great photos. They’re sharp, with good color and tonal range. And of course, they’re 20 megapixels big, so there’s plenty of room to crop down.

Other times, the shots are ruined by a host of small faults. In bright scenes, hot-spot areas (like reflections on metal bumpers or glass) can throw off serious lens flare.

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Low-light photos look worse than with the One M8 (I guess those Ultrapixels were good for something). The white balance is good, but they’re significantly grainier. And they don’t compare favorably with that other flagship phone shipping at the same time, the Galaxy S6.

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The camera now takes video up to 4K and slow-motion video at 720p at up to 120 frames per second, but neither is worth writing home about. Without optical image stabilization, the extra resolution of a 4K video feels like a waste, because the phone doesn’t smooth out all the little wiggles and jitters of your unsteady hands. The slo-mo video is exceptionally grainy and noisy unless you’re in a really well-lit environment.

Smartphone cameras are a big deal for all users. It’s the camera you always have with you. A high-end flagship phone doesn’t have to have a ton of new gimmicky features, but it does need to take photos and videos that look great, in a wide variety of conditions, with minimal effort. The One M9 camera would have been considered impressive a couple of years ago, but in 2015, it just doesn’t compare with other flagship phones

New mobile-malware detection technique uses gestures

gesture pinch to zoomMobile malware is a growing problem, but researchers from University of Alabama at Birmingham have figured out a new way of detecting when shady mobile apps get up to no good, such as trying to call premium-rate numbers unbeknowst to a phone’s owner.

The technique relies on using the phone’s motion, position and ambient sensors to learn the gestures that users typically make when they initiate phone calls, take pictures or use the phone’s NFC reader to scan credit cards.

Some mobile malware programs already abuse these services and security researchers expect their number will only increase.

The technology developed by the UAB researchers can monitor those three services and can check whether attempts to access them are accompanied by the natural gestures users are expected to make. If they’re not, they were likely initiated by malware.

The research, which involved collecting data from real-life scenarios to train the technology, showed that detecting different gestures and using them to differentiate between user-initiated actions and automated ones can be done with a high degree of accuracy. As such, the technique can be a viable malware defense.

The technology doesn’t require root access on the device and it’s better than the signature-based approach used by most mobile antivirus programs, according to Nitesh Saxena, director of UAB’s Security and Privacy In Emerging computing and networking Systems (SPIES) Lab.

No Moto tablet for you, company president says

 

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Motorola may have a lot of irons in the fire, but a new tablet isn’t one of them.

That was one of several revelations from company president and COO Rick Osterloh, who hosted a Twitter chat with the hashtag #AskRickO.

In response to a question about any Moto tablet plans, Osterloh said there are not any plans, and recommended models from Lenovo, such as the Yoga line.

There was plenty of good news for Moto fans, however. He confirmed the first-gen Moto X will be getting Lollipop, with testing in the early stages. He also says to expect a Moto G LTE model coming this year. Motorola just churned out a rather respectable budget phone in the the Moto E.

Osterloh also says Motorola is going to keep making Pure Edition devices, which are off-contract and free of any carrier customization.

He also reaffirmed the company’s commitment to letting you customize devices with Moto Maker. It recently rolled out Moto Maker options for the Moto 360.

Why this matters: Motorola is regarded highly by many of the Android faithful because the company keeps its software close to stock Android and churns out timely updates. While a Moto tablet would be interesting, we would prefer a better camera in its flagshipMoto X, as it was the only drawback to an otherwise excellent phone.

Zimmber App review

Zimmber is a mobile application that permits you to book different sorts of services for your home. Zimmber application has an easy to use interface that even a beginner can access it.

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Services that are provided Zimmber

Zimmber is your one stop answer for employing any kind of handyman benefits on your cell phone. A percentage of the handyman benefits that Zimmber gives are:

Bricklayer services – Zimmber can deal with a wide range of brick work establishment and repair works including stone, block, porch and so forth.

Wall painting: Zimmber can offers sparing divider painting services for your home outside and inside.

Home Cleaning: Zimmber home cleaning services will verify each surface and corner of your house is cleaned proficiently.

Plumbing: Zimmber is a full service plumbing pro that represented considerable authority in a wide range of pipes repair and establishment services.

Air conditioning Service: Zimmber is had practical experience in a wide range of ventilation system repair, adjusting and establishment services.

Carpentry – Zimmber handles different sorts of carpentry tasks including crown forming, ledge, divider bureau, cabinet, furniture gathering, stairways, sheds and so forth.

Circuit repairman – Zimmber offers proficient home electrical services including establishment of new electrical gear, and repairing of existing electrical hardware.

Couch Cleaning – Zimmber gives proficient couch cleaning services that will expel stains from a wide range of couch including cowhide, manufactured calfskin and fabric couch.

With Zimmber application, you can book a meeting with a handyman in only three stages. The principal step is to impart the home change issue you are confronting. You can pick the kind of services you need from the rundown on the application. On the off chance that the service is not in the rundown, you can disclose it to them. The second step is to give points of interest, for example, private address and time arrangement. The third step is to choose your payments choice and checkout.

A Zimmber mediator will get in touch with a great many you present the application. The agent will get in touch with you to affirm your accessibility before the handyman will be dispatched to your home. Zimmber has more than 100 suppliers. Zimmber is redesigning its application now and again to give a superior client experience to clients. The login offer in the Zimmber application permits you to stay informed regarding your request. You will be educated about the evaluation time for the work to be finished.

Some features of Zimmber services

· Experienced Handyman experts

· Timely service

· Dependable & Transparent

· Satisfaction or Money Back

· Affordable pricing

· Easy Payment choices

· Track your Order & different Details

· Instant Feedback

· Get an Estimate a

· Multiple Address Option

Zimmber offers astounding workmanships and client services. Zimmber jacks of all trades services are sponsored by cash back insurance. All Zimmber suppliers are completely foundation checked. Zimmber is reliable and solid. They generally respect the cost gave in the quote without charging any additional expenses, for example, shrouded expense.

Download Zimmber Mobile App Here

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Zimmber will endeavor to verify your home change issues are taken care in an opportune way. Zimmber offers the jacks of all trades services at the least expensive value conceivable. Zimmber never trade off on the quality by holding back on materials. Zimmber is a completely authorized, reinforced and protected jacks of all trades services organization. Zimmber just offers home change benefits in Mumbai and Pune.

Conclusion

All in all, Zimmber is an incredible application that permits you to contract a jacks of all trades service with only a tap on your cell telephone screen. You can download the application fr

Rio Mobile, Snapdeal Launch 3 Budget Dual-SIM Android Smartphones

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Rio Mobile in partnership with Snapdeal has launched three new affordable smartphones for the Indian market.

The handsets, named Rio London, Rio Paris, and Rio New York, are now exclusively available at Snapdeal. The Rio London (R201) smartphone is priced at Rs. 3,399, the Rio Paris (R301) is priced at Rs. 4,399, while the Rio New York R501 is priced at Rs. 4,999. The company in a press statement announced that the Rio Mobile will be promoted by TriStar Products, a beauty accessory company, in India.

Both the Rio London and Rio Paris smartphones share some common specifications. They are both powered by a 1.3GHz dual-core MediaTek (MT6572) processor coupled with 512MB of RAM. Both Android 4.4.2 KitKat-based smartphones come with dual-SIM support.

Notably, both the new budget smartphones also support 3G connectivity, one of the highlights of the handsets at the price point. Apart from 3G, other connectivity options include Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS/ A-GPS, and Micro-USB. Both also sport a 5-megapixel rear camera with flash and 2-megapixel front camera. Both the Rio London and Rio Paris smartphones come with 4GB inbuilt storage that’s further expandable via microSD card (up to 32GB).

There are few differences however, such as the Rio London features a 4-inch WVGA (480×800 pixels) display while the Rio Paris features a 4.5-inch FWVGA (480×854 pixels) IPS display. The Rio London packs a 1500mAh battery while the Rio Paris packs a 1700mAh battery.

The Rio New York, on the other hand, is a phablet featuring 5-inch FWVGA (480×854 pixels) display. It is powered by a 1.3GHz quad-core MediaTek (MT6582) coupled with 512MB of RAM. The dual-SIM based Rio New York sports an 8-megapixel rear autofocus camera with LED flash while also including a 2-megapixel front-facing camera onboard. It packs a 2000mAh battery and includes 4GB of inbuilt storage expandable via microSD card (up to 32GB). Connectivity options include Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPRS/ EDGE, 3G, GPS/ A-GPS, and Micro-USB.

Commenting on the launch, Adnan Kidwai, Co-founder and Director, Rio Mobile said, “Rio Mobile is here to make waves and we are delighted to launch a range of three feature rich and affordable smartphones in association with Snapdeal. The aesthetically designed smartphones – Rio New York R501, Rio Paris R301 and Rio London R201 are characterized by style and simplicity, combining functionality with high performance.

Medium for iOS now lets you write and publish directly from the app

All the basic features of a typical Medium post are there: title, subtitle, quote formatting, photo uploads. The only caveat is that you can only write one draft on the mobile app at a time, with the post saved locally. Only after you publish or delete the draft, you can start anew.

 

At this time the update does not allow draft sharing, syncing or editing, but the company says it’s working on adding those features.

Today’s update does come with new tap to continue reading feature, in-post media and stats display – so there’s a bunch of little nuggets for you to play with for the time being.

Asus Zenfone C – Impressive budget smartphone

Asus has revealed another new Smartphone, Zenfone C in India at a reasonable cost of Rs 5,999. The gadget was first released in Malaysia a month ago.

The smartphone has a 4.5 inch display with 854 x 480 resolutions. It is controlled by 1.2 GHz double centre Intel Atom Z2520 processor with Hyper-Threading Technology matched with 1GB of RAM.

The smartphone likewise incorporates a 5MP “Pixel Master” back self-adjust camera with flash and f/2.0 lens, along with a 0.3MP front confronting cam with an f/2.8 opening. Asus claims that, “Pixel Master’s low light mode utilizes pixel-combining innovation to catch up to 400 times brighter photographs during the evening, or in low-light scenes, without the requirement for a glimmer.”

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The Asus ZenFone C (ZC451CG) sports a 8GB of inbuilt storage which can be further extended to 64GB by microSD card. The double SIM smartphone runs Android 4.4 KitKat OS with the Asus Zen UI on. The smartphone packs in a 2100 mAh removable battery that is asserted to offer 30 hours of 3G browsing time and more than 10 days of standby. In different features, the device incorporates 3G, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.0, A-GPS, Glonass, and a micro USB network port. The smartphone is accessible in three hues specifically red, white and dark and measures 149 grams. The Zenfone C will be accessible on Flipkart from eleventh February and will be accessible in Asus selective stores from February. The Zenfone C is a perfectly created Android smartphone and takes a comparative configuration from its antecedents.

The Zenfone C is a perfectly created Android cell phone and takes a comparative configuration from its antecedents. Based on a little profile, the Zenfone C is extremely agreeable hold and utilization. The C games a totally reflexive front board with an elastic completed back board that sits flush with the front. The front board wears a uses a basic defensive glass with capacitive catches for home, back and late applications. Then again, the catches are not illuminated, however are manufactured with an intelligent back, which is effectively noticeable in low light. The front board brandishes a cam and an earpiece on the top, while a laser-carved holographic outline is made on the base.

The Zenfone C uses its own particular client interface (ZenUI) over the stock Android stage, with brilliant colour-shaded symbols. The client interface is really liquid and we didn’t perceive any stammer or slacks amid utilization truth be told, the client interface is smooth contrasted with normal Android handsets in the comparable class. The client interface may appear somewhat jumbled at the starting stages. In any case, a couple of hours of use, and you can be guaranteed that the UI will be caught up with an inspirational demeanour. ASUS has pushed in a couple of additional applications on the Zenfone C. These incorporate applications for cloud administrations, sound profiling, notes, and so on. Furthermore applications, for example, Kindle, a few recreations and few others.

Asus Zenfone C – Impressive budget smartphone

Asus has revealed another new Smartphone, Zenfone C in India at a reasonable cost of Rs 5,999. The gadget was first released in Malaysia a month ago.

The smartphone has a 4.5 inch display with 854 x 480 resolutions. It is controlled by 1.2 GHz double centre Intel Atom Z2520 processor with Hyper-Threading Technology matched with 1GB of RAM.

The smartphone likewise incorporates a 5MP “Pixel Master” back self-adjust camera with flash and f/2.0 lens, along with a 0.3MP front confronting cam with an f/2.8 opening. Asus claims that, “Pixel Master’s low light mode utilizes pixel-combining innovation to catch up to 400 times brighter photographs during the evening, or in low-light scenes, without the requirement for a glimmer.”

The Asus ZenFone C (ZC451CG) sports a 8GB of inbuilt storage which can be further extended to 64GB by microSD card. The double SIM smartphone runs Android 4.4 KitKat OS with the Asus Zen UI on. The smartphone packs in a 2100 mAh removable battery that is asserted to offer 30 hours of 3G browsing time and more than 10 days of standby. In different features, the device incorporates 3G, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.0, A-GPS, Glonass, and a micro USB network port. The smartphone is accessible in three hues specifically red, white and dark and measures 149 grams. The Zenfone C will be accessible on Flipkart from eleventh February and will be accessible in Asus selective stores from February. The Zenfone C is a perfectly created Android smartphone and takes a comparative configuration from its antecedents.

The Zenfone C is a perfectly created Android cell phone and takes a comparative configuration from its antecedents. Based on a little profile, the Zenfone C is extremely agreeable hold and utilization. The C games a totally reflexive front board with an elastic completed back board that sits flush with the front. The front board wears a uses a basic defensive glass with capacitive catches for home, back and late applications. Then again, the catches are not illuminated, however are manufactured with an intelligent back, which is effectively noticeable in low light. The front board brandishes a cam and an earpiece on the top, while a laser-carved holographic outline is made on the base.

The Zenfone C uses its own particular client interface (ZenUI) over the stock Android stage, with brilliant colour-shaded symbols. The client interface is really liquid and we didn’t perceive any stammer or slacks amid utilization truth be told, the client interface is smooth contrasted with normal Android handsets in the comparable class. The client interface may appear somewhat jumbled at the starting stages. In any case, a couple of hours of use, and you can be guaranteed that the UI will be caught up with an inspirational demeanour. ASUS has pushed in a couple of additional applications on the Zenfone C. These incorporate applications for cloud administrations, sound profiling, notes, and so on. Furthermore applications, for example, Kindle, a few recreations and few others.