Samsung’s new 2016 Galaxy J2 (SM-J200BT) which is currently only available in the Philippines, comes with a built-in digital TV receiver.
The Vodafone Foundation’s Instant Classroom, is a digital school in a box that can be set up in 20 minutes, helping give children and young adults in refugee camps the opportunity to continue their education.
Samart, the company behind the Thai i-mobile device brand, has released more information regarding their upcoming DVB-T2 enabled smartphones and tablet. All models are expected to be released during the Thailand Mobile Expo 2014 from today to 11 May at Queen Sirikit National Convention Center, Bangkok.
Unless you have been living in a telephone booth the last couple of years you have noticed the growing adaption of smartphone users in Thailand who are becoming increasingly reliant on their devices.
The ZTE Open phone will launch via Telefónica in Spain and the price includes $39 of airtime credits for prepaid customers and a 4GB microSD card. Telefonica plans to offer more Firefox devices and will also offer the ZTE Open in Colombia and Venezuela in the coming weeks.
With over 2.87 million sold in the first four months of 2013 smartphone sales in Thailand gather pace. Fastest growth has been reported in the northeast region of Thailand.
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