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Launchpad: Xolo Q3000

This phablet comes with 16 GB storage,expandable to 32 GB and 2 GB RAM.

Written by Pranay Parab |
January 5, 2014 2:26:31 am

Xolo Q3000

Price: Rs 20,999

Good display

Xolo,the premium brand of Indian smartphone maker Lava,has launched a 5.7-inch phone – Q3000. The phone runs Android 4.2 Jelly Bean and has a 1.5 GHz quad-core processor. Its display supports a resolution of 1920×1080 pixels at 386 pixels per inch,fit for movie buffs. This phablet comes with 16 GB storage,expandable to 32 GB and

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2 GB RAM. XOLO Q3000 has a 13-MP rear camera and a 5-MP front camera. It has Mobile High-Definition Link (MHL) support,which lets users hook it up to large screens that support the technology. A flip cover and a USB on-the-go cable ship are included.

MapmyIndia Connect

Price: Rs 12,990

Mirror screen

If you’ve ever wanted to connect your smartphone to your monitor or TV,MapMyIndia has a solution called Connect. It is a device that supports three major streaming standards – Airplay,DLNA and Miracast – to stream video to a large screen. Users need to ensure that their device and Connect are on the same WiFi network to watch videos on a TV or monitor. Connect can be linked to a display through an AV cable or a micro-USB cable. In case your phone or tablet does not support any of the three streaming standards,you can mirror your screen using MapMyIndia Connect app for Android.

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First published on: 05-01-2014 at 02:26:31 am

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