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Having it’s headquarters in Atlanta, GA. G Data Software Inc is a 100% subsidiary of G Data Software AG, Germany and publishes G Data security solutions in the USA and Canada.
Enoviz is a team of innovative solution providers based in Colombo, Sri Lanka. Introducing G Data to Sri Lanka, launch was scheduled at Hotel Galadari on 21st Jan. Below shows the activities that unfolded:
Savvy and Stunning: New Dell Latitude Ultrabooks and Laptops Offer World’s Best Security and Manageability Combined with Seductive Design
Dell recently unveiled the newest additions to its secure, manageable and reliable line of commercial PCs: the Latitude 7000 Series Ultrabooks, Latitude 5000 Series and Latitude 3000 Series laptops. With this new suite, Dell balances sophisticated design, quality construction and uncompromised durability to offer businesses of all sizes a wide variety of solutions. The Latitude 7000, 5000, and 3000 Series are available with touch display options, leading the way for business touch devices that enable better interaction with customers, enhanced student engagement, improved patient care, and collaboration amongst knowledge workers.
“These exciting new additions to the Latitude line provide our commercial customers what they’ve been asking for by bringing touch capability to the workspace at desirable price points,” said Lackshmindra Fernando, country manager, Dell Sri Lanka. “The new Latitude 7000 Series builds on the success of the award-winning XPS and Latitude 6430u to redefine the corporate laptop, complete with security, manageability, reliability and beautiful design. And with the Latitude 5000 and 3000 Series, we’ve addressed the needs of today’s dynamic workforce by enabling easy entry into business-class computing.”
Most Secure and Most Manageable with Outstanding Reliability
Dell offers the world’s most secure commercial laptops and the Latitude 12 and 14 7000 Series are the world’s most secure Ultrabooks, with best-in-class Dell Data Protection solutions, comprehensive encryption with Dell Data Protection| Encryption and advanced authentication and leading-edge malware prevention with Dell Data Protection| Protected Workspace. Engineered to help save IT time and money, Dell offers the industry’s most manageable commercial PCs with exclusive Intel vPro extensions for remote BIOS management and hard drive wipe, even when systems are powered off, paired with Dell automated tools and utilities for easily deploying, monitoring and updating systems.
Dell’s passion for reliability is epitomized by the Latitude commercial PC family. Each Latitude Ultrabook and laptop is crafted using the best materials: brushed aluminum, reinforced magnesium alloy, strong steel hinges, woven carbon fiber, durable powder-coated underside, spill-resistant keyboards and LCD seals. Additionally, all Dell touch-enabled displays offer optimal viewing experiences, touch sensitivity, brightness and durability. The Latitude 7000, 5000 and 3000 Series touch displays offer Corning® Gorilla® Glass NBT™ for up to 10 times higher scratch resistance1 compared to soda lime glass which is the predominant material used in laptop screens throughout the industry. Latitude laptops also come armed with StrikeZone™ shock absorbers, Fast Response Free-Fall sensors and rubber hard drive isolation. For the previous three product generations, the Latitude family has outperformed its competition in third-party durability testing, known as MIL-STD 810G.
New Latitude 7000, 5000, and 3000 Series: Secure, Manageable, Reliable…and Beautiful
The sleek and powerful Latitude 7000 Series are the most secure and manageable Ultrabooks, with outstanding reliability, and epitomize mobility at its finest with business-class style. Touted as the Ultrabook to be loved by IT professionals and end-users alike, and powered by Intel ultra-low voltage processors, these thin, light and beautiful Ultrabooks completely redefine the corporate laptop.
The Dell Latitude 7000 Series Ultrabooks are:
– Made to move, with the 12-inch model starting at just 20 millimeters thin and 1.3 kilograms (2.99 pounds)2
– Easy for IT to manage with exceptional integrated management capabilities including Dell-unique Intel vPro extensions and automated tools that plug into Microsoft System Center and Dell KACE
– The world’s most secure Ultrabooks with best-in-class endpoint security solutions that include comprehensive encryption, advanced authentication and leading-edge malware protection from a single source, and featuring the highest level of FIPS 140-2 (level 3) certification for system disk encryption
– Designed for reliability, passing rigorous third-party durability testing and crafted with premium materials such as aluminum, a Tri-metal chassis and Corning Gorilla Glass NBT for scratch and damage resistance and optimal brightness
– The only corporate Ultrabook designed to be backwards compatible with existing (E-) Latitude docks
Complementing the Dell Latitude 7000 Series Ultrabooks are the new Latitude 5000 and 3000 Series laptops, designed to help businesses of all sizes adopt secure, manageable and reliable notebooks. The Latitude 14 and Latitude 15 5000 Series are designed to meet most workforce needs with 14.1-inch or 15.6-inch display options and other key features, such as:
– Reliable mobile productivity with up to Intel Core i7 ultra low voltage processors for extended battery life, a discrete graphics option for more processing power and a higher quality visual experience, and SSD or Performance Solid State Hybrid Drive options
– Corning Gorilla Glass NBT on the touch displays for scratch and damage resistance and optimal brightness
– Mobile broadband, Bluetooth and Wireless LAN options for mobility and connectivity virtually anywhere, and an HD webcam and microphone array for efficient, anywhere collaboration
– Compatible with Latitude E-family docking designed to connect seamlessly with award-winning Dell monitors, wireless keyboard and andard,ss keyboard, mouse an d award-winning monitorstionality and includ mouse
The Latitude 3000 Series is Dell’s newest line of entry-level commercial laptops for education and small business customers. The Latitude 14 and 15 3000 Series laptops offer:
– Durable and reliable chassis that have undergone Highly Accelerated Life Testing, including hinge testing, keyboards and shocks
– 4th Generation Intel Core processors with Turbo Mode for fast data processing
– Business class discrete graphics with up to 2GB3 video memory for more processing power and a higher quality visual experience
– Thin (21 to 25mm) and light (starting at 4.3lbs / 2.0kg)2 design for great mobility
– Choice of 14-inch and 15.6-inchAnti-Glare LCD for comfortable visualization and optional touch displays
– Integrated microphone and HD Webcam for remote collaboration and interaction
Apple wrapped its October event at the Yerba Buena Center in San Francisco earlier today and, as promised, there was plenty to dig into. We’ve pumped out plenty of stories dissecting Apple’s myriad announcements, but in case you’re looking for a highlight reel of sorts, we’ve put together a quick rundown of everything Apple pulled back the curtain on.
New MacBook Pros: Yeah, people tend to swoon about new iGadgets, but the company’s refreshed batch of Retina Macbook Pros are nothing to sneeze at. Apple showed off slimmer 13- and 15-inch versions that sport Intel’s latest Haswell chip sets and bigger batteries and come preloaded with OS X Mavericks.
In the event these things struck your fancy, you can lay claim to yours in the Apple Store starting today. Here are Darrell Etherington’s thoughts on how they compare to past versions based on initial impressions.
New Mac Pro: Many a nerd has salivated over Apple’s curious Mac Pro redesign, and today we got a better look at what’s ticking away under the hood. Long story short, the back provides you all the access to input/output/expandability you could want, and the otherwise unbroken smooth cylinder evokes a ‘Darth Vader’ vibe.
It’s got dual workstation GPUs (proprietary in design but potentially upgradeable down the line) and an amazing Intel processor, making it an awfully powerful machine housed in an awfully pretty body.
The two actually have plenty of things in common: both sport the same 64-bit A7 chip that recently debuted in the iPhone 5s, both have screens that run at 2048-by-1536 resolution (though the smaller screen on the mini will make for much crisper images), and both are going to hit store shelves starting in November. They even resemble each other to an extent — the Air essentially looks like a 10-inch iPad mini, making it significantly slimmer and lighter than the model that came before it.
If you’re not looking to spend too much, though, Apple is keeping some older models around to make sure that anyone who wants to jump on the iPad bandwagon can do so. The (non-Retina) iPad 2 is still kicking and will set you back $399 to start.
Today it seems the name of the game was ‘free.’ Apple announced that two of its most prominent software suites — iLife for content creation and iWork for, well, work — would now be free with the purchase of any new Mac or iOS device.
But that’s not all. Apple’s next big OS X update, OS X Mavericks, is also free and it’s available right now for all to download. This should help dramatically raise the rate at which users update their software, which has a benefit for security and for developers, too.
Considering that the Apple has been charging for these annual updates since the earliest days of OS X, this is an unexpected (though very welcome) change. It’s true the company has been reducing the cost of updates with each new version, but going completely free was a move almost no one saw coming.
Apple also delivered an update about how quickly people are taking to iOS 7, and the numbers aren’t too shabby. It’s been just over a month since the update went live and started getting pushed to iDevices across the globe, and so far a full 64 percent of those Apple gadgets are now running iOS 7.
And that’s about everything there is to know about Apple’s big fall event, without getting too deep into the nitty gritty. Safe to say, Apple has a lot of new stuff for people to get excited about going into the holiday shopping season.
Source : TechCrunch
Enabling ‘Sri Lanka Tourism 2.0 and Beyond’ took place on 12th of September 2013 at Kingsbury Hotel, Colombo. This was organized by Sri Lanka Association of Software Services Companies (SLASSCOM) and The American Chamber of Commerce (AmCham) to boost the Sri Lankan tourism industry. Sri Lankan tourism is expanding quickly and this event looked into how companies providing software solutions, could help Sri Lanka to enhance the performance and the customer satisfaction in the tourism industry. Also this shed light into how to market Sri Lanka as a travel destination with minimum expenditure. This program will help the industry to apply innovative digital solutions to attract and retain tourists.
From about forty companies which participated in this competition, nine were shortlisted to deliver a short speech to introduce themselves to the Judge panel and go through some of the solutions and services they provide. The filtering process was conducted under three main criteria.
All nine company ambassadors sure did impress the panel of judges with their innovative ideas and series of applications alongside the services they provide.
Mr. Wijeya Rathnayake, President of AmCham delivered the welcome speech. He also stated, “This could turn into a tourist exchange program”. Conference keynote was delivered by Mr. Simon March, Google Industry Specialist. As this was his 3rd visit to Sri Lanka, he was aware of the Sri Lankan tourism Industry expanding at a rapid rate. He was excited to see the audience being passionate about technology and interested in investing (knowledge and services) on Sri Lankan tourism.
An interesting session of a panel discussion took place afterwards. Mr. Hiran Coorey was the moderator and the fellow panelist were:
Some serious questions were asked by the moderator himself and members of the the audience as well. Mr. Prasad Nanayakkara, Vice President of AmCham delivered the vote of thanks.
Four companies were awarded according to the presentations they did on this day.
Awards for the judges, panelists, participant companies and to the Keynote speaker were given away afterwards. With a networking session that enabled participants to meet and discuss, the event was declared closed.
Do check the Live blog page for full coverage of the event.
Today Microsoft took the wraps off its holiday hardware lineup, unveiling two new tablets, and a number of new and updated accessories. It’s a lot of information to process, so let’s go through each piece in order.
I spent time in Redmond last week with the new hardware, and the team behind the Surface project itself. Hands on notes regarding the Surface 2 and Surface Pro 2 will be published following this piece, along with an extensive interview with Brian Hall, current general manager of the Surface effort, and Panos Panay, corporate vice president at Microsoft and chief of Surface.
For now, you need an overview of what’s new. We’ll get granular shortly. Here’s the once-over.
The Surface 2 is the second generation of the Surface RT, though its name doesn’t take after its ancestor. In its most basic formulation, the Surface 2 is quite similar to its predecessor: It is an ARM-based tablet that supports attachable keyboards, and is built to make Windows 8(.1) sing.
That aside, Microsoft has made across-the-board improvements to the product itself. Battery life has been bettered by 25%. A new processor (the NVIDIA Tegra 4 chip) has improved speed and graphical performance. The kickstand now includes a second, deeper angle that makes using the device on your lap far simpler. It has a new look, with a silver magnesium case that resists fingerprints, and is sturdier. It has improved cameras to better support low light settings, helping you Skype with folks in darker rooms. And, it’s cheaper, starting off at $449 – Surface RT headed into the market for $499.
If you think that Windows 8.1 matures the Windows 8 platform sufficiently for daily use, and that the Windows Store has become populated enough with applications in its year of life, the Surface 2 could be a device that you enjoy. Certainly, the hardware has has improved greatly since its first generation. The question becomes how well Windows 8.1 can take advantage of those upgrades.
Frankly, the Surface 2 is a very good-looking device, and one that I would feel great using at a cafe if I ever worked in such desultory locales.
In that vein, its success is quite tied to that of Windows 8.1: The better Windows 8.1, the more the Surface 2′s upgrades can shine through. The Surface 2 (again, in my very limited hands-on time) proved a capable device. I can see students loving it, for example.
If the upgrades to the Surface 2 were broad and various, the changes to the Surface Pro 2 are targeted and vertical: It’s all about battery life, baby. According to Microsoft – and more on this later – it received constant feedback that business customers were interested in the Surface Pro, but could not bear its underperforming battery life. The company is frank that its first generation Pro lacked in that department.
So, instead of changing the device externally a single mote, Microsoft rejiggered the guts of the unit into what it calls the Surface Pro 2, which will have around 60% better battery life, a figure that it claims can skew higher in certain use cases.
The Surface Pro 2 has been bumped up to the Haswell generation of Intel chips, can contain up to 8 gigabytes of low-power DDR RAM, and a SSD that can reach the half-terabyte mark. It also receives the new kickstand position, which Microsoft is proud of, mostly because it works.
The Surface Pro 2 looks like its predecessor, is the same size and weight, but lasts longer, and goes harder and faster if you kit it properly. It starts at the same price point as its forefather: $899.
Microsoft is stapling two things to each new Surface that you buy: 200 gigabytes of SkyDrive storage for two years, and a year of Skype service that includes international calling. The play here is simple: Buy a Microsoft device, and the company’s services come along with it. Microsoft, as you certainly recall, is pursuing a “devices and services” model – this is the fusion of the two.
If you were to buy 100 gigabytes of SkyDrive storage for a year, it would set you back $50. You currently can’t buy 200 gigabytes at a time. So, the SkyDrive perk is worth $200 – theoretically – by itself. Microsoft is essentially buying your digital storage custom with the deal.
The loser? Other storage companies that do not match that scale, such as Box.
The old Touch Cover was a neat piece of hardware that I, and perhaps you as well, never really mastered. It was never quite where it needed to be for me to fully trust it. Microsoft, in the past year, has built a new Touch Cover that contains 14 times as many sensors, along with firmware upgrades.
In practice, better software and a boatload of new on-keyboard sensing technology make the new Touch Cover a far superior typing experience. Would I replace my mechanical keyboard with the new Touch Cover? No, but it would make typing on an airplane a far simpler if I lived with a Surface device.
The new Touch Cover is thinner and lighter than its predecessor, and is backlit.
Most interesting in the new Touch Cover are gestures: Slide two fingers across the number key line, and the Touch Cover will highlight text. Release, and the selected text will be deleted. A spacebar gesture talks to Windows 8.1′s word recommendation system. There are others input methods which are worth learning. I had some trouble finding my sea legs in quick testing, but would have been able to master the set in a day, I think.
The original Touch Cover was perhaps the most innovative part of the Surface lineup. Microsoft has taken its initial product, and greatly improved it.
What’s the downside? A high price point of $119 per new Touch Cover. That’s equivalent to the price of the original Touch Cover, released last year.
The above are the most important parts of the new hardware announced today, so this is the proper moment to take an interlude and discuss what Microsoft is keeping from last year’s line of devices. The Surface RT, for $349, and the original Touch Cover, for $79, will remain on sale for the foreseeable future.
Microsoft likely has quite a number of extra units of both that it would love to get rid off, and having the cheaper set of hardware in the market allows it to, in a way, combat both the iPad Mini and Chromebooks, devices that are absorbing chunks of the lower-end PC market.
However, keep in mind that the key marketing point of the Surface line is that it is a tablet that let’s you get shit done, roughly. But you can’t really do much in terms of productivity with a Surface without a keyboard, and that means that the lowest Windows 8.1 tablet-to-get-stuff-done point remains north of $400 when you factor in its keyboard accessory. Microsoft could release a bundle of Surface RT and Touch Cover for $400, but the company told me that it has moved away from bundling its hardware, so don’t expect it.
Here’s the funny part: Microsoft Office 2013 Professional, for a single user on a single PC, currently costs $400 on Amazon. That’s nearly as much as a Surface RT and Touch Cover that come with the basic Office suite. We’re seeing hardware price declines clip the top end of software costs. It’s a market trend to keep in mind.
Microsoft has produced a new, third keyboard variety for its Surface tablets: The Power Cover. It’s thicker version of the Type Cover, essentially, that can greatly add to the amount of juice your tablet can drink from.
I was told that a Surface Pro 2 with a fully charged Power Cover can last roughly 2.5 times as long as a Surface Pro with a Type Cover. Snap a Power Cover on your current Surface Pro, and you’ll get around 60% more battery life.
So, if you have a long flight ahead, this Cover could be the one for you. I don’t have pricing details at this point, but expect the Power Cover to cost between $150 to $200.
One neat trick about the Power Cover is that so long as it has energy, it will dump it into the Surface. So, if you have a 90% charged Surface Pro 2 attached to a Power Cover with any battery at all, it will upload that power into the tablet itself, even while stashed in a briefcase. Not a cheap solution, but an option for those who need it and aren’t price sensitive.
Along with the new Touch and Power Covers, Microsoft has remade its Type Covers to include quieter keys, backlighting, and different colors. So, if you want to have a keyboard that includes moving keys for your Surface, you can get it in magenta, or blue. Whatever strikes your fancy.
Previously, while Touch Covers came in a number of colors, the Type Cover was stuck in a Fordian black, befitting its more business focus. Well, it would appear that folks wanted their typing to be a bit more stylish.
The dock. This leaked ages past, but it’s worth discussing here briefly. The Surface dock is a move by Microsoft to better integrate its Surface Pro 2 device into the workplace.
It has USB 3.0 and 2.0 ports, an ethernet jack, a Mini Display port, and two audio jacks. If you use all four USB ports, Microsoft confirmed to TechCrunch that the dock can support them all at full power.
The dock works in the following way: You place your Surface Pro 2 device (keyboard can stay attacked) in between the twin arms of the dock, which you then press into the unit, with one port on either side of the device used to hold it in place.
From there, you have wired Internet, peripherals as you need, and, of course, simple multi-monitor support. You can also yank the Touch Cover and use a larger keyboard if you want.
What else is out today? A wireless adapter for Touch and Type Covers that turns them wireless, so you can type back from your screens. I’m not sure how popular the doodad will be, but if you can use a Touch Cover on a non-Surface device, that could boost the popularity of the pair.
Finally, Microsoft has created a mouse-variant called the Touch Mouse Surface Edition. It’s designed to work with the Surface devices. I honestly don’t have much on it, but if I get my hands on one, will review it for you.
That is the rough lay of the land. TechCrunch has more breaking news and analysis on the way, so strap in.
Sri Lanka Tourism 2.0
The American Chamber of Commerce (AmCham) in Sri Lanka in partnership with Sri Lanka Association for Software Services Companies (SLASSCOM) has organized a program to enable the Sri Lankan Tourism Industry to leap frog in becoming the destination of choice. This program entails utilizing innovative IT solutions to achieve following business objectives:
- Enable Hotels & Destination Management Companies (DMCs) to explore best in class IT products and solutions available in Sri Lanka to Attract, Service and retain guests.
- Facilitate meaningful engagement between the leaders of the IT companies and Hotels & DMCs to help accelerate innovation and adoption
- Recognize best in class IT products and solutions servicing Hotels & DMCs
This unique program includes a competition to select winning IT solutions for the Sri Lanka Tourism Industry. The short listed companies will be allowed to participate at a conference and a trade exhibition attended by senior executives within the leisure industry and make presentations to the audience highlighting the business value of their solutions. The business interactions that will occur during the event will lead to higher level of entrepreneurship within IT Tourism sector and increased funding for companies engaged in such ventures.
Live updates from the launch
We were available there to cover the event as well as to live blog the event.
Janasahakthi launched the first phase of its homegrown, integrated IT platform, which streamlines insurance applications to facilitate all stakeholders.
The company’s consolidated branch network is linked to a single platform, thus offering customers and employees hassle free access to information and flexibility to carry out transactions. This virtual platform has increased productivity, efficiency and created a paperless business process that benefits customers and employees alike.
“Kudos to our IT team. They have developed a platform that provides best suited solutions to various requirements of our stakeholders. Especially as it is a homegrown solution, we have been able to meet the exact requirements of our customers and consolidate all aspects of our services,” said Prakash Schaffter, Managing Director of Janashakthi.
Janashakthi was one of the industry firsts to use a windows based system from inception. The company recently introduced an in house developed document management system replacing the previous system. The new system is integrated into all relevant insurance applications.
In 2012, Janashakthi won an Asian Insurance Technology award for the innovative Geographical Information System (GIS) that maps local geographical data and assesses its insurance risk. In operation since July 2010, the Janashakthi GIS solution blends core insurance application data with publicly available GIS services through Google maps.
Janashakthi applications and software are backed by a user friendly interface and a customizable process. This enables customers and employees a chance to easily navigate pages, gather information, analyse data online and perform transactions.
“We have created apps for mobile phones and any internet enabled devices to service our customers better. The GPS enabled Janashakthi mobile apps allow our assessors to track exact geographical locations of a customer in case of a vehicle accident. The Janashakthi SMS system has helped to build a faster and a two way communication link between our customers and employees,” said Thilak Vithanage, Assistant General Manager IT, Janashakthi Insurance. The new Janashakthi interactive IT platform will provide online services in English, Sinhala and Tamil.
In business for nearly decades, Janashakthi Insurance posted record profits of Rs. 800 million for 2012, and a consolidated Gross Written Premium of Rs. 7,985 million. Janashakthi has paid out over Rs. 20 billion in claims and it is known as one of the attractive companies for employer benefits and human capital development. It has spent over Rs. 60 million in training both locally and internationally as it pursues its co-strategy: ‘The smartest, most caring and ethical sales person in the insurance industry.’
For your convenient, the Video coverage is also available below. Do check it out.
We are live from Launch of 4th generation Intel core processor family at Galadari Hotel.
Stay tuned for live updates from the launch:
Samsung Electronics, the number one smartphone provider, announced the launch of a plethora of new Galaxy phone to the Sri Lankan market. The Galaxy Note 8, Galaxy Star, Galaxy Pocket Neo and theGalaxy Young have been launched to offer users an enhanced smartphone experience at a very affordable price point.
Powered with ultrafast, speedy processor, intuitive motion UI and smart multimedia features, these Galaxy phones offer seamless all-round performance, greater flexibility, freedom and content sharing possibilities to its users.
Announcing the launch of the new Samsung Galaxy phones, H. K. Chang, Managing Director, Samsung India Electronics Limited, Sri Lanka stated,”In line with our commitment to providing Smartphones to a wider set of consumers, I am happy to announce the launch of these Galaxy devices that provides superior value to consumers based on their features, intuitive performance and superior design features.”
The Galaxy Note 8
The launch of the Note 8.0 in Sri Lanka heralds a new era of intelligent ‘Note’ technology. Providing unrivalled multimedia performance within a compact one-hand-grip screen, the Galaxy Note 8 has the power and advanced technology to evolve the tablet experience and ensure you achieve new levels of efficient multi-tasking while benefitting from superb voice call functionality. Furthermore, the intelligent S Pen brings together the latest innovation and the ease of using a traditional pen and paper; creating a sophisticated mobile experience that will enhance life on the go.
The Galaxy Young
Also known as Samsung Galaxy Young, this stylishly compact phone brings everything you want in a smartphone straight to your palm. High-end performance meets compact portability and convenience in Samsung Galaxy Young Advanced features, fast connections and incredible usability, this mobile has everything you want in a form that fits as easily in your hand as it stows away in the pocket.
The Galaxy Young features a 3MP camera and a 3.27 inch display and is powered by a 1GHZ processor processor the phone comes with the latest Android OS, Jelly Bean, so everything feels fast, fluid and smooth. The ‘must have’ for easy picture taking control, actionable notifications, and customizable widgets. It is also armed with intuitive and innovative Motion UI understands simple motions for convenient mobile tasks.
The Galaxy Pocket Neo Packed with powerful performance and intelligent features, the new device is perfect for the younger generation of mobile users. The device features a compact, curved form factor and feels natural to operate using one hand. The Galaxy Pocket Neo is powered by a 850MHz processor, for powerful performance, smooth UI transitions and fast internet, which makes watching videos, navigating apps, playing games, surfing the web and multitasking quick and easy. It also features 4GB of internal storage to store all your favourite apps, music, videos, photos and more.
The Galaxy Pocket Neo features a 2 MP camera, 3.0 TFT display and combines the Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) experience with the user-friendly Touchwiz interface, making it easy to navigate the Galaxy Pocket Neo, switch between apps, take and share photos and customise the home screen with just a few taps. The advanced software also facilitates more efficient CPU use for improved battery life, meaning you can enjoy longer talk time and multimedia use. Built-in widgets offer one-click shortcuts to weather and other recently-used applications for quick and easy access to real-time notifications.
The Galaxy Star
The Galaxy Star comes bundled with several smart features that enable users to control and connect with the device. Intelligent Motion UI maximizes smart features for the most responsive, intuitive user experience. For example, shake the device to refresh and update, mute volume by simply flipping device, etc. It’s innovative Smart Dual SIM feature provides total communication flexibility, allowing users to manage two phone numbers from a single phone, thus maintaining personal and professional life with ease. The feature enables the user to receive calls on one SIM number while taking a call from the other, ensuring efficient management of personal and work commitments without ever missing a call. Enhanced Smart Dual SIM UX is designed to manage both accounts with safe call dialler and message composer.
Powered by A5 1GHz processor and the latest Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) operating system, the Samsung Galaxy Star provides the user with exceptional performance for an enhanced multi-tasking and connectivity. With 3″ capacitive touch screen, the device comes loaded with a 2MP camera and the latest Bluetooth 4.0 technology for on-the-go Internet and effortless sharing.
Source: Daily News