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Android One goes to Europe

Android One goes to Europe

Android One, which aims to create low-cost smartphones specifically for emerging markets, has already debuted in Asia and Africa, and now it’s time for Europe. Google has just announced that Portugal and Spain will be the first countries in the Old Continent to feature smartphones created within the program.

The first Android One product to be available is the BQ Aquaris A4 5 model, featuring 4G connectivity and dual SIM support. The device features a 4.5-inch 540 x 960 pixel screen, which is protected against scratches by Dragontrail glass.

The heart of the phone is a quad-core 1 GHz processor that works with 1 GB of RAM and 16 GB of flash memory, which can be expanded with a microSD card of up to 64 GB. The device also has an 8 megapixel rear camera and 5 megapixels front while the power supply delivers a 2470 mAh battery. Smartphone works on Android 5.1.1.

Surprisingly, the price of BQ Aquaris A4 5 does not fall into the low, though assumptions of Android One are designed to make these products available to the maximum. In Spain this model costs 169.90 euros, while Portugal will be 10 euros more expensive.

Posted by Carmen Coleman in My Blog
Razer has announced a new Android TV console

Razer has announced a new Android TV console

Razer has so far focused solely on mouse accessories, keyboards, and headphones, but has been extensively expanding its Razer Blade range of laptops and tablets, and is now announcing its own console on the new Android TV platform.

Equipment that does not yet have a final name will play an entertainment center for our living room, which is connected to a large screen to stream music and movies, as well as video games. And they will not be casual productions, as the creative director of Razer, Min-Liang Tan, says the plan is to meet the expectations of hardcore gamers. That’s why the unit will be equipped with powerful components that allow you to run more complex and demanding titles. How strong, so far is unknown, because manufacturers have not yet spoken about technical specifications and equipment, but may choose to disclose it at the Gamescom Gamescom in Germany, which will take place in Germany.

The residual information is so far that the hardware will be supported by a dedicated mobile application, compatible with every tablet or Android smartphone, and you will be able to control it using voice commands.

Posted by Carmen Coleman in My Blog