Indian smartphone manufacturer Micromax has launched yet another budget Android smartphone in India. Dubbed as Mircomax Canvas Fire A104 is the new addition to the Canvas family. The Micromax Canvas Fire A104 has been price at Rs. 6,999.
Take a look at the key features of Micromax Canvas Fire A104 :-
4.5-inch FWVGA display
1.3GHz Quad-core processor
1900 mAh battery
5MP rear camera with LED flash, 0.3MP front camera
1 GB of RAM
4GB of internal storage ; Expandable using microSD
Dual front Speakers
Dual-SIM support, 3G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS
In addition to this, Micromax Canvas Fire A104 will come pre-installed with number of apps like, M! Games, M! Insurance, M! Security, M! Live, MAd, Opera Mini, BookMyShow, Clean Master, Getit, Kingsoft Office and Reverie Smartpad. Also the Micromax Canvas Fire A104 will be available in Black & Gold, White & Gold and White & Silver colour options.
NVIDIA is full set to announced the successor of its Gaming Shied. From last few days there are lots of leaks and rumors of the NVIDIA’s Shield Tablet. If reports are believe NVIDIA’s Shield Tablet will be officially launched on July 22th.
According to a website Videocardz.com, which as got access to the NVIDIA’s presentation about Shield Tablet has leaked all the specifications of the device. Below are the leaked specs of NVIDIA Shield Tablet :-
NVIDIA Tegra K1 quad-core processor
8-inch full HD IPS display
5MP rear and front cameras
Front-facing stereo speakers
16GB of internal storage ; Expandable using MicroSD
Wi-Fi + LTE, Bluetooth, GPS, MicroSIM
You can see other details features and specs in the images below. :
In terms of pricing, the Shield Tablet will go on sale in USA & Canada on 29 July for a price tag of $299 (Wi-Fi) and $399 (LTE) other countries will follow soon.
Today’s concept is based on the Nokia Lumia X running Android and Canon camera technology. This concept is rendered by Vishal Bhanushali. See below images for more details :
The New Nokia Lumia X has a purview 20 MP Canon camera at the back, and has rounded edges which looks pretty interesting. Lumia X is running Android L out of the box with its cool new multitasking and those geometrical shape Android buttons. Looks wise it is similar to Lumia 1020 and has a big camera at the back with Xenon LED flash.
We are surprised to see Canon’s name included here and I’m sure Nikon will retaliate at some point. Would the Nokia Lumia X work in the real world?