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Gionee mobile

Gionee Communication Equipment Co. Ltd was founded on September 2002 by Liu Li Rong. It is a high tech enterprise that focuses on the R&D, production and sales of cellular mobile devices. In 2005, Gionee obtained the GSM and CDMA mobile phone production license. Gionee’s Headquarter currently employs over 1500 employees with the average demographic less than 30 years old. Our management team advocates for a scientific and standardized enterprise management mode, with a strong sense of innovation. The constant pursuit for professionalism and innovation is the foundation of sustainable development at Gionee. More »

Xiaomi working with Shanghai Company to make GoPro camera rival, may launch in 2014

It is rumored that the Xiaomi action cam will be able to take 4K videos upto 30fps or 1080p videos at 120fps. The camera will support microSD cards and will support upto 128GB of memory. As for the camera lens, there’s no information yet except that it will have a 138 degree wide angle lens.


Nexus 9 available in India starting at Rs 28,900

The Nexus 9 is powered by an NVIDIA Tegra K1 processor. This 64-bit dual-core Denver CPU should be able to handle all the multitasking, and heavy gaming and apps. The K1 offers Kepler GPU with 192 cores for smooth functioning of 3D graphics. It also includes 2GB RAM. It comes with an 8MP rear snapper with an f/2.4 aperture. The front camera has a 1.6MP resolution.



Flipkart launch dual-screen YotaPhone in India for Rs 23,499

NEW DELHI: Ecommerce major Flipkart Thursday tied-up with UAE based Jumbo Electronics, a IT, telecom and consumer electronics retailer and distributor, to launch the world’s first dual-screen smartphone – YotaPhone – in India.Flipkart launch dual-screen YotaPhone in India for Rs 23,499


Google has revealed the next version of Android 5.0: Lollipop

Google has just revealed that the next major version of Android, 5.0, will be known as Lollipop. After months of teasing the OS, the search giant is finally taking what was previously known as Android “L” into the mainstream, with the first set of the devices expected to arrive early next month. Speaking of which, Android Lollipop will make its debut on the new Nexus 6, a big-screen smartphone from Motorola; the Nexus 9, an 8.9-inch tablet made by HTC; and the Nexus Player, a $99 media-streaming box with Android TV, the first one with Google’s novel home entertainment platform. What’s more, the company confirmed that Lollipop is coming to the Nexus 5, Nexus 7 and Nexus 10, as well as Google Play edition devices, in the coming weeks.