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By NewsGram staff writer

New Delhi: Aiming to promote digital literacy and e-governance technology, media brand Digit has launched a multilingual app, Tech Tips, for the rapidly growing number of smartphone users in India, a statement here said on Saturday.

Tech Tips is designed as a one-stop app, to aid all smartphone users in understanding technology in quick, easy steps and use their smartphones for multiple purposes beyond just calls, internet browsing and watching videos or listening to music.

Tech Tips is available, free of cost on Google Play and Windows marketplace.

It is available in six languages – Hindi, Kannada, Malayalam, Tamil, Telugu and English.

With the government planning to put governance in the palm of people, smartphone literacy will be critical to access different services. Tech Tips will ensure that language and education do not constraint the use of smartphones,” Vikas Gupta, publisher, Digit said.

 

(IANS)

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itel to Launch Dual Rear Camera Smartphone for Rs 7,500

With nine per cent market share, the company also registered a 217 per cent growth in India in 2016-2017

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Refreshing its budget line-up, the company launched two smartphones: "S42" at Rs 8,499 and "A44" for Rs 5,799, in March this year. IANS

China-based Transsion Holdings’ itel Mobile is all set to launch its first smartphone with dual rear camera in India on July 17.

The smartphone will sport a slim profile with full screen and ultra-thin bezels, hinting at an 18:9 aspect ratio, industry sources told IANS on Wednesday.

The device is expected to be priced at Rs 7,500 approximately.

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The smartphone may come out with a clearer dual camera that supports various features such as “Portrait” mode, “Lowlight” mode, “Pano” mode along with 5-level “Face Beauty” mode on the selfie shooter.

Refreshing its budget line-up, the company launched two smartphones: “S42” at Rs 8,499 and “A44” for Rs 5,799, in March this year.

With nine per cent market share, the company also registered a 217 per cent growth in India in 2016-2017. (IANS)

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