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Gionee is back again Yes, After M6 and M6 Plus, has now unveiled P7 Max. Gionee P7 Max sports complete metal body with all advance features and high technology. Gionee P7 Max is powered with 3GB RAM and offers dual-SIM support. Gionee P7 Max is already out in Nepal currently, with a price tag of 21,999NPR which roughly is 13,800 rupees in India

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The mid-range device, offers decent needful features and specifications. It sports 5.5-inch screen with IPS display, full HD with 1080 X1920 pixel resolution. It runs on Android Marshmallows with Amigo UI 3.2. It is powered with 64-bits MediaTek MT6595 octa-core processor with 2.2GHz of clock speed. To speak about memory capacity, it comes with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of inbuilt memory. While, the camera section is no less, it features 13MP of rear camera and 5MP of front camera. It is packed with 3100mAh battery.

Yet, there is no news of launching the Smartphone in international markets. Gionee has launched S6 Pro Smartphone with a price tag of 23,999INR. The Smartphone is expected to unveil in June and will be available by October 1st in Gold and Rose Gold. The Chinese Company will also be building free subscription with Saavn Pro for music streaming.





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HTC Desire 830, launch on May 6th 2016

HTC followers, here’s a good piece of news for you guys! HTC has recently announced HTC Desire 830, a brand new Smartphone loaded with goodness. According to the officials, the Smartphone will only be launched for Taiwanese Market. This Smartphone model will replace HTC Desire 820 which is mid-range Smartphone made from plastic.
To speak about its specifications, the 830 will sport MediaTek Helio X10 chipset with a clock speed of 1.5GHz. It will be powered by 3GB of RAM and 32GB of storage memory with octa core CPU. The secondary memory is expandable up to 128GB with microSD card. Turning toward camera section, it comes with 13MP of rear camera with OIS, f/2.0 aperture and 4MP of front camera with UltraPixel snapper. HTC Desire 830 is powered with 2,800 mAh.

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HTC Desire 830 BoomSound

Prime goodness of the smartphone is BoomSound speaker, which are present on the bottom and top of the 5.5-inch Smartphone. The display is 1080 x 1920 pixels (~401 ppi pixel density). It measures 157.5 X 78.9 X 7.79 mm with camera ring or circle with accent color. The Smartphone is expected to go on the floor on May 6th 2016 with a price tag of NT$9,900. HTC will soon spread its wing and will make this Smartphone model available in other countries.

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BenQ, the Taiwanese organization better known for its LCD screens and projectors, will enter the cell phone showcase in the first quarter of  next year.Apart from supplying parts to numerous other tablet and cell phone producers, BenQ likewise offers touchscreen boards to Apple for ipad 2. BenQ was before the sixth biggest telephone creator as far as piece of the pie on the planet. In opposition to what the executives let us know back in September a year ago, BenQ has now chosen that it may as well re-enter the cell phone business, and its carried out so in Taiwan with two competitive quad-center shows: the as of late started, Mediatek MT6589-fueled F3, and the Snapdragon MSM8225q-controlled A3. Both 1.2Ghz units characteristic a 4.5-inch 960 x 540 IPS show, 1GB of RAM, 4GB of inside space, micro sd extension, a 2-megapixel front Polaroid and a comparable electric storage device (2,100mAh for the F3 and 2,000mAh for the A3).

BenQ F3 A3

Separated from the manifestation, the primary contrast between the two is the Polaroid: the higher-close and better-looking F3 has a 13-megapixel f/2.2 principle imager with HDR and zero screen delay, while the A3 just has a 8-megapixel partner. On the connectivity front, both BenQ smartphones offer Wi-Fi, Bluetooth,3G, microUSB and GPS with A-GPS support
The F3 is now accessible in Taiwan for NT$7,990 about US$270 off-contract, and the A3 tries for NT$5,990 about US$200. There’s no saying on worldwide extension just yet, however hey, BenQ, what about accumulating your finesse extravagance lights to your next smartphone?