OnePlus One Review: The CyanogenMod Powered Smartphone That Outclasses The Android Competition – Forbes
Just a few hours ago, we reported about Karbonn A50S , which costs just INR 2,799 and now we have a similarly priced Android smartphone from Celkon. The company has released the Android 4.4-powered Campus A35K smartphone in the Indian market. Priced at INR 2,999, it is the countrys cheapest KitKat phone. According to Celkon, the smartphone features a 3.5-inch qHD display, 1GHz processor, Android 4.4.2 and 1400 mAh battery.
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Its also worth nothing that the OnePlus One does ship with the Google apps that a consumer would expect to see Google Play for installing and updating applications, Gmail, Calendar, Google Plus, Google Cards, Google Music, Hangouts, they are all here. Youre not going to pick up this handset and wonder why you cantget any of thebaseline Android applications. The OnePlus One (picture: Ewan Spence) OnePlus has resisted the temptation to load up the One withany excess software. The core apps for the Google experience are here, as are the core apps for a smartphone experience. Theres no duplication of application functionality here.You get the stock Android apps out of the box, and just a few additions to help you live. One of those additions is the torch app, which you can activate with a touch-baseshortcut on the screen when the OnePlus One is on stand-by, or idling on the lock screen.
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The Android smartphone for people who are sick of Android smartphones – Yahoo News
A link has been sent. Done The Android smartphone for people who are sick of Android smartphones By Ben Zigterman June 11, 2014 6:40 PM 0 shares View photo The Android smartphone for people who are sick of Android smartphones When Lari Numminen and Jukka Kekalainen set out to improve the user experience on Android , they did not expect to create an entire new phone. Instead, they initially built an Android app that would offera simple interface for launching your most-used apps. The app eventually was installed 10,000 times, but the developers realized that people still had to use Androids complex pre-installed apps in addition to their own. To solve this, they decided to create their own phone, which is called the Zilta and will be available in December for 139 (about $189) in Europe. The phone will run a forked version of Android 4.4 and features an extremely simple user interface.
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