Thursday, August 16, 2018

How To Download Fortnite For Android (It’s easy if you follow the instructions)

How To Download Fortnite For Android (It’s easy if you follow the instructions)

Fortnite is the trending Game Android users are wanting to download and play after the previous Asphalt 9: Legends that was released on July 25, 2018.

Fortnite Mobile for Android is yet to be released officially, though the Beta version of the Game has since been rolled out to some devices. If you are a user of any Samsung Galaxy devices, you are eligible to download and play this Beta version. However, other Android devices are now compatible with the Beta version.
How to download this game is what this post is all about.

The developer, Epic, has implemented a special Fortnite Installer on the Company’s website as the only source where you can download and install the Game. This means Fortnite for Android will not be available on the most popular Android market (Google Play).

The Eligibility of you to download and install the Game is determined by the type of Android device you are using. Read the requirements needed to be eligible to download Fortnite for Android.

An alternative for Samsung mobile users: It is gonna be easy if you use any of the mentioned Galaxy devices; S7, S7 Edge, S8, S8 Plus, S9, S9 Plus, Note 8, Note 9, Tab S3, or Tab S4. This should be your first step; Go to Game Launcher and search for Fortnite and download the Installer.

Generally: You can download the game directly from the developer’s (Epic) website.

Users with other Android devices, Check here if your device is compatible

If your device is eligible, then proceed to Epic website and sign up on the Fortnite Android Beta waiting list with your accurate email. Be patient while your request is pending, definitely, you will get an email invite to the Beta.

If you have been playing this game on other platforms such as PSU, Xbox Live, or PC, log in your Epic account to connect your game progress. You’ll need to wait again, according to Epic, it should only take a few days for you to get the official invitation to Fortnite Beta.

Having received the invite and it's been registered, you are now eligible to download the Fortnite Installer from Epic website

Download and install the Fortnite Installer which will enable you to download the Fortnite app to your Android device.

Launch the Fortnite app and log into your Epic account. From there, you can start playing

What is the duty of the Installer?
The installer is what keeps the Game updated with new features, so it’s best advised you keep the Fortnite Installer safe even when you have started playing the Game

The release date of the official Fortnite Game for Android is yet to be announced, however, i guess the release date is close enough. Before the arrival of the main Game, you can still download the Beta version and have a feel of how awesome the Game is going to be.

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Wednesday, August 15, 2018

Programmer, Developer, Hacker, Security Researcher — Who are these people? Know now and stop getting it wrong

Programmer, Developer, Hacker, Security Researcher — Who are these people? Know now and stop getting it wrong

I used to be confused about these four professions especially the first three, and not long ago I was able to figure out what each of these profession does.
Believe me, they are very much similar and it has lead most of us to ask questions like; What are the difference between a Programmer, Developer, Hacker and a Security Researcher? Are they the same profession?

Short answer: No, they are not the same though they all have a simple relationship.

Are you gonna exit this page with that little knowledge I shared above??? Come on! Read to the very end to grab all full details about these professions then you'll stop being curious as I used to.

Let's have some discussion on the difference between Programmer, Developer, Hacker and Security Researcher;
I assume in this post that a programmer, developer, hacker and research security is a male human.

  • Programmer
A programmer is one who is always found sitting in front of his computer screen writing codes, running test, debugs and maintaining the computer programs which devices use to execute their functions.
They also test logical structures to solve computer problems. They make use of available programming languages like C, C++, PHP, Java, HTML, XML, and many more. A programmer may be specific to any of the programming languages.

When a programmer finishes a program design, he translates it into codes (instructions) that the computer can understand and run via the use of some required platforms known as compilers.
Having converted the program design to codes, he reads the codes to see if there's any bug or errors and if there's any, he corrects the code and re-run them again. The process is repeated until he gets satisfied with the low-level error codes being the outcome.

  • Developer
The developer’s role is to make finished software designs, Applications, Games and many more. The developers achieve this by putting already created codes into work. These finished programs (permit me to use the word) are now ready to be used by users of which the application or software will execute exactly what it was created to do.

A developer may specialize in the development of a website or making of applications and software, it all depends on his area of specialization, and there are selected codes to be used on either web development or mobile application development.

  • Hacking
Here come the profession which everyone always refers to as “nasty job”
One who tries to compromise the security of any platform  (website, network, software, tool) illegally is always referred to as a Hacker.
There are two kinds of hacking; White Hat hacking and Black Hat hacking.

White Hat hackers are known for hacking with the primary aim of securing or retrieving the privacy and security of a platform such as a website, software, tool which may belong to an establishment/firm or someone’s personal property.

Black Hat hackers are the disastrous kind in hacking 😂
These smart folks can do whatever it takes to gain access to a secured platform, not excluding bypassing a legal permission

A hacker may not have an in-depth knowledge on coding and the use of programming languages but he surely knows some roots and flaws through which a platform security could get compromised, they work with different strategies/skills and tools to enable them to get their way into what they want.

  • Security Researcher
A Security Researcher may be compared to a White Hat hacker. What they do is performing research for possible threat or flaws in the build (app, website, etc) which a hacker might easily break into the platform’s privacy and security.

Now you know the reason why we most times misquote the meaning and duties of these professions in computer science.
Yes, it's quite agreed that they all have similar perspectives and are very related.

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Tuesday, August 14, 2018

Samsung Galaxy S10 leaks: Everything you need to know —Triple-lens Rear Camera, 3D Face-ID, 5G Network

Samsung Galaxy S10 leaks: Everything you need to know —Triple-lens Rear Camera, 3D Face-ID, 5G Network

The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 and Galaxy S10 were initially the anticipating smartphones everyone thought would be unleashed this year, but unfortunately, the Galaxy Note 9 was recently launched and its pre-ordering is ongoing, leaving the Galaxy S10 hidden in the world of rumors (sometimes rumors become true anyway).

The Galaxy S10 is what's being given much predictions and leaks and that we’ll be sharing with you on this post. Keep reading!!!😎

The Galaxy S10 is expected to come with some unique features different from other previous devices.
Since the phone has missed this year CES and MWC, everyone is suggesting it could be the biggest hit in 2019 as it is believed it would be announced in early January at CES 2019 as part of the Galaxy series 10th year anniversary.

Here are some of the expected features of Galaxy S10:

  • Display and Design
There's definitely going to be a turn around in the display features of smartphones which will be launched next year and hopefully, Samsung may be the first Mobile company to introduce the change in its proposed Galaxy S10.

Reporting from an early tweet by the Popular and reliable leaker, Ice Universe, the Galaxy S10 screen resolution may exceed 600 Pixels Per-Square Inches (600 PPI) unlike the Galaxy S9 and S9+ which holds 570 ppi and 530 ppi respectively.

This could be a great turn up for Samsung upcoming devices. Reviewing Ice Universe’s tweet, you should know that the Galaxy S10 may come in two variants that is a Galaxy S10 and S10+ (following the pattern in past models) and according to the tweet, the smaller variant might accommodate a 600 PPI screen resolution while the larger model will exceed 600 PPI as early stated.

A unique Style Design is coming to the Galaxy S10 Models next year.
The transparent black plate design which is already existing with the HTC is what Samsung plans to introduce to the Galaxy S10, which will bring out the beauty of the Smartphone to enable it to stand a chance of winning the customers’ heart in the mobile market.

  • Here is something weird for you; A trio of models
Reporting from Business Insider, Ming-Chi Kuo, TF International Securities analyst claims that Samsung is preparing three phones with different display sizes of 5.8-inch, 6.1-inch and 6.4-inch. These handsets could be the three models of the Galaxy S10 as previously seen in June via ETNews.
Are you as curious as I? If the Galaxy S10 models should have a Galaxy S10 and S10+, then what could the third model be called?

If the smaller 5.8-inch Galaxy S10 is to feature a 600 PPI resolution display density then we should be expecting an increase in the resolution display to 4K quality.

These three Galaxy S10 models are likely to hold differentiated features. The bigger models are said to feature on-screen fingerprint sensors while the smaller model may keep to having a fingerprint sensor on the side.

  • An In-Screen Fingerprint and 3D Face-ID Style Camera sensors
The In-screen Fingerprint is what Samsung has been hoping to implement in its mobile devices but unluckily the company wasn't the first to get this feature straight into its brands. This is one feature that was rumored for the Galaxy Note 9 and S9, but Samsung has decided to preserve it for its Galaxy S10 models.

The use of “ultrasonic technology” is going to be implemented, which will produce a super accurate result far better than the optical technology being employed in other smartphones to scan and register fingerprints from beneath the screen.
D.J. Koh, President of Samsung Electronics, stated that “optical sensors give nothing else than a bad user experience.”

Rumor has it that Samsung’s Galaxy S10 models may opt-in for a Face-ID Stylus 3D Camera sensor. Samsung is partnering with 3D Camera firm Mantis Vision to help make this feature a reality in the Galaxy S10 models. If this 3D Face ID-beating security and biometric unlocking capabilities are true on the Galaxy S10, then iPhone X should get ready to compete with the device.

In addition to the above sensors, the Galaxy S10 is expected to also feature its Iris Scanning technology as alternative security sensor.

What next?

  • Triple Camera lenses to come true on the Galaxy S10
Samsung is working on a triple camera lens which it plans to polish on the upcoming Galaxy S10 models. These triple-lens set up will be mounted at the back of the phone with the added lens helping to capture quality photos in low-light condition.

What should you expect at the upper front of the Galaxy S10?
A dual selfie camera lens set up is what should sit on that spot all for the purpose of producing Portrait Mode effect on selfies, reporting from The Bell.

  • 5G Connectivity

Get ready to experience seamless internet speed in a bit. The future 5G Connectivity will become useful in 2019, smartphone Companies will start implementing this technology to their brands next year, and this is what the Galaxy S10 will support in addition to other network technologies (4G LTE, 3G, 2G).

Could Galaxy S10 be the first of Samsung Mobile to ditch the preloaded 5GB Connectivity?

D.J. Koh stated that “ the Galaxy S10 WILL not be the first Samsung Mobile Phone to support 5G Connectivity.”
This has to lead us to wonder if Samsung might unleash another of its brand before the end of this year, in other words, before the Galaxy S10 models will be launch. According to D.J Koh’s statement, hopefully, yes, and it will be the first to handle 5G Network Connectivity while the Galaxy S10 is expected to succeed it next year.

Could this propose phone stated to first feature 5G Connectivity technology be the yet unleashed Galaxy X foldable smartphone? A transformative phone/tablet which Samsung has been working on.

The Galaxy S10 is expected to come in three models and if all or more of the above-rumored specifications and features are what the handsets will later hold when they are unboxed, then we are pretty sure Samsung might win the customers’ heart in 2019.
However, all that’s been discussed above are the trending rumor specifications of the Galaxy S10 and remember that rumors are most times close to 100% accurate.
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Tips to manage and extend your phone battery health

Tips to manage and extend your phone battery health

As the world is growing old so is our technology making more advancements. Comparing the phones that were used in the 90s with our present-day "smartphone" as we refer to them should give an awkward result.
With these present-day smartphone technologies, life has been made much easier than the way it was 30 years back.

But one would still prefer the odd mobile phones that existed during his youthful age (of course I'm speaking of the elders of today), however, some of them still exist. This is because the battery life cycle of these odd devices are far more durable than the battery we make use of in this present day, and this is as a result of the few numbers of petty workload they were designed for.

It's sad to know that the batteries of our present day smartphone devices do not meet up to the standard advancement that smartphone has acquired. Meanwhile, in order to make our battery have a long-term partnership with our phone, some tweaks have to be practised and that's what this post is all about. Keep reading to learn more…

Do not kill apps when you leave them

Most of us act against this after using an app in our smartphone. I used to be fond of eliminating every app (third-party and built-in) launched on my Android device thinking that it would help prevent rapid battery drain. This habit never produces anything good at the end of the day other than depleting the battery’s lifespan.

But you may want to get rid of annoying apps that consume battery heavily, consider uninstalling such app if it (the app) is incompetent. To know which app sucks more of the juice, then you should try navigating to your Settings>>Battery (in some phones, Power is seen instead) and there you will see how your apps are consuming your phone battery.

Turn off any connectivity after use

Unlike apps which we've found unfriendly when we kill them, connectivities like Wifi, hotspot, Bluetooth, Location (GPS) should be turned off after use to help save battery usage for other relevant tasks. If possible, Mobile (cellular) network should be turned off too.

Alternatively, you can turn on Airplane mode and every other connectivity will be turned off.

Disable Auto Synchronization

By default, apps and services like Google account and its integrated products, Whatsapp, Facebook and others are set to synchronize automatically.
Do you know that Auto Synchronization uses background processes that rely on your mobile data and battery? Yes, that's how it works, and you should consider disabling it and practise manual synchronization. How?
Go to your Settings>>Accounts>> Click the three vertical dots in the upper right corner and untick “Auto-Sync data”.
Moreover, some modifications could be made and this involves; manually adjusting which apps should be in sync and how frequently.

Why not avoid live wallpapers?
Live wallpapers could be so beautiful and give your screen a catchy look but unfortunately, your battery is what is being paid heavily for using live wallpapers.
Implementing static wallpaper is recommended to save your battery from being drained drastically. A lot of Static wallpaper is available online or you might even want to set one of your pictures.

Restrict Background Data For some Apps
Most times while you don't even think of using some apps, unknowingly to you, these apps will forcibly run and send data in the background causing abnormal battery usage. Apps such as the Google Play Store and Gmail are good examples of this habit.
You can restrict background usage of data for every app. Just go to your Settings>>Data Usage>>Mobile data usage>> choose any app you wish to restrict from Background data and turn off the icon.

But Note: Turning off Background data usage for certain apps may cause those apps to malfunction.

Reduce Animation Scale and Background Process
If you really wanna do this, then be ready to become a developer 🤘
To set these changes, you’ll need to access the Developer Options in your Settings, but you won't find it unless you've unlocked “Developer Options.”
To unlock Developer Options, head over to your Settings>>About>> Tap on the Build number 7 times and congratulations you're now a developer.

Now head back to Settings and Click on “Developer Option” above About. Scroll down gently until you see Window animation scale, Transition animation scale, and Animator duration scale. By default, each of these is set to Animation Scale x1, edit and turn off Animation for each case. Doing this will slightly increase your battery life as well as your phone performance.

Still, on that same long list of Developer Options, scroll down to find Background Process limit, and by default, it is set to the Standard limit but adjusting it further by three or four processes can slightly improve your battery life and performance.

NOTE: While on the Developer Options, be careful as any unknown option(s) you alter may change how your phone should function.

RECOMMENDED: These charging habits might reduce your battery lifespan; Here are tips for you

Maximizing your battery usage will help reserve some amount of juice for other operations. Android is blessed with so many optimizations to help you modify your device to your taste.
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Monday, August 13, 2018

Minimum Requirements to get Fortnite Mobile for Android

Minimum Requirements to get Fortnite Mobile for Android

Fortnite game for Android is soon to hit the internet, though according to a recent report, the game might skip google play, that is, we might be unable to download this game from Google Play rather via the Fortnite installer.

According to Tim Sweeney, Epic Games CEO, "the Fortnite Game will be coming to all Android devices that have met up with the requirements of running it stable and with good performance. Stay tuned for details of the launch timing."
He added that Fortnite will be playable via the Fortnite installer and will not be available in Google Play, the reason being that the company doesn't believe in offering 30% of Fortnite’s revenue to "Games & Apps market" such as the Google Play Store.

Tim Sweeney said, “ The 30% store tax is expensive in a world where a 70% revenue going to the game developers must cover all the cost of developing, operating and supporting their games before thinking of how much profit is earned." This means Epic wants to build a direct relationship with its customers across all possible platforms.

Two key requirements to having Fortnite Game on Android is an Android version of 5.0 (Lollipop) and higher, and the Android should be powered with 3GB RAM, at least.

Minimum requirements needed to run Fortnite Mobile on Android are;
  • Android OS: 64-bit Android 5.0 Lollipop or higher
  • GPU: Mali-G71 MP20, Mali-G72 MP12 or higher, Adreno 530 or higher.
    RAM: 3GB
  • Reporting from, Samsung devices with its Exynos 8895 and other devices with Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processors or higher should be able to install and play Fortnite Mobile Game.

As previously stated, Fortnite for Mobile is soon to be launched, however, the date is yet unannounced.

Though, the Android Beta version of Fortnite Mobile is available on the Game’s official site. All you need to do to play the released beta version is to visit the Developer's Site and sign up for an email invite. The invitation email will be sent to you as soon as you can play.

See the list of devices initially eligible for Fortnite for Android Beta.

  • Samsung Galaxy: S9 / S9+, S8 / S8+, S7 / S7 Edge, Note 9, Note 8, Tab S4, Tab S3

  • Google: Pixel 2 / Pixel 2 XL, Pixel / Pixel XL
  • Asus: ROG Phone, Zenfone 4 Pro, 5Z, V
  • Essential: PH-1
  • Huawei: Mate 10 / Pro, Honor 10, Honor Play, Mate RS, Nova 3, P20 / Pro, V10
  • LG: G7 ThinQ, G6, G5, V30 / V30+, V20
  • Nokia: 8
  • OnePlus: 6, 5 / 5T
  • Razer: Phone
  • Xiaomi: Blackshark, Mi 8 / 8 Explorer / 8SE, Mi 5 / 5S / 5S Plus, Mi Mix 2 / 2S, Mi Mix, Mi Note 2, 6 / 6 Plus
  • ZTE: Axon 7 / 7s, Axon M, Nubia / Z17 / Z17s, Nubia Z11

Sunday, August 12, 2018

Infinix Smart 2 and Smart 2 Pro — Full Specifications, Review and Price

Infinix Smart 2 and Smart 2 Pro — Full Specifications, Review and Price

Infinix Mobility released yet again another smartphone of the year, updating the Smart series, the Smart 2 and its higher variant, Smart 2 Pro were silently released in Nigeria and Pakistan and other countries will receive these successive devices any time soon.

Key Specs of Infinix Smart 2
  • Operating System (OS): Android 8.1 Oreo
  • Processor Type: Quad-core 1.5GHz
  • Chipset:  MediaTek MT6739
  • Network: 4G LTE
  • GPRS: Yes
    EDGE: Yes
  • SIM Type: Dual SIM (Nano)
  • Screen Size : 5.5 Inches HD+ IPS capacitive touchscreen
  • Screen Resolution: 1440 x 720 pixels (~282 PPI)
  • RAM: 1GB RAM
  • Internal Storage: 16GB/32GB
    microSD card: Yes, up to 128GB
  • Primary (rear) Camera: 13MP camera, LED Flash
  • Secondary (selfie) Camera: 8MP with dual LED flash
  • Battery: 3050 mAh (non-removable)
  • Sensors: Face Unlock, Compass, Rear Fingerprint, Accelerometer, Proximity and Light sensor

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Key Specs of Infinix Smart 2 Pro
  • Operating System (OS): Android 8.1 Oreo
  • Processor Type: Quad-core 1.5GHz
  • Chipset: MediaTek MT6739
  • SIM Type: Dual SIM (Nano)
  • Network: 2G, 3G, 4G LTE
  • Screen Size : 5.5 Inches HD+ IPS capacitive touchscreen
  • Screen Resolution: 1440 x 720 pixels (~282 PPI)
  • RAM: 2GB/3GB
  • Internal Storage: 16GB/32GB
  • MicroSD: Yes, up to 128GB
  • Primary (rear) Camera: 13MP + 2MP camera & LED Flash
  • Secondary (selfie) Camera: 8MP with dual LED flash
  • Sensors: Fingerprint (Rear), Ambient Light, Compass, Accelerometer, Proximity, Gyroscope, Facial recognition
  • Battery: 3050 mAh (non-removable)

The infinix Smart 2 and its pro version are engineered with fine plastic and streamlined metal ( to give it the premium appearance) build respectively to sport an 18:9 aspect ratio on a 5.5-inch HD+ IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen of 1440 x 720 pixels resolution.

Both devices run on Android 8.1 Oreo OS with a 1.5GHz Quad-Core Processor and 3GB RAM packed inside the Smart 2 Pro to give you the ultimate speed (lag-free) for your daily use, however, there is a 2GB RAM option which is packed with 16GB internal storage, unlike the 3GB RAM variant holding a whooping 32GB of storage.
While the Smart 2 is controlled by a 1.5GHz Octa-Core processor and maintained by 1GB RAM.
Both devices support the use of a micro SD card of up to 128GB

Infinix Smart 2 sports a 13MP Camera on the rear while the Smart 2 Pro holds an upgraded Dual 13MP + 2MP camera at the back to produce high-quality pictures and videos for you.

Both devices entertain an 8MP selfie camera which sits with dual selfie flash at the top.

There's something pretty much amazing than using a fingerprint sensor and that's what Infinix Mobile team had to engineer into the Smart 2 and Smart 2 Pro to feature Face Recognition (face ID) which lets you access the phone with a single glance at it.


  • OS: Android 8.1 Oreo (with XOS V3.0)
  • CPU: Octa-core 1.5 GHz CPU
  • Chipset: Mediatek MT6739
  • GPU: Mali GPU

  • 2G : GSM 850/ 900/ 1800/ 1900 MHz
  • 3G : WCDMA  2100 MHz (900/1700/1900/2100 MHz for LATAM)
  • 4G: Yes, LTE (Global Support)
  • SIM Type: Dual Nano SIM (Dual Standby)

  • Dimensions: 148 x 71 x 8.4 mm
  • Size: 5.5 inches
  • Weight: 145 g
  • Build: Plastic
  • Display type:  HD+ IPS, multi-touch touchscreen with 16m colors
  • Resolution: 720 x 1440 pixels, 18:9 Screen aspect ratio (285 PPI density)

  • Internal Storage: 16GB
  • MicroSD Card slot: Yes, up to 128GB
  • RAM: 1GB RAM

  • Primary (rear): 13 MP, auto refocus and Dual LED flash
  • Secondary (selfie): 8 MP Camera with dual Selfie Flash
  • FEATURES: touch focus, Geo-tagging, panorama, face detection, auto-HDR
    Video: 1080p@30fps

  • WLAN: Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Wi-Fi hotspot, Wi-Fi direct
  • Bluetooth: 4.2, A2DP
  • GPS: A-GPS
  • NFC: NO
  • USB: Type 2.0 (with OTG support)

  • Alert types: Vibration, MIDI, MP3 ringtones
  • Loudspeaker: Yes
  • 3.5mm jack: Yes

MP3/AAC+/WAV/Flac player
MP4/H.264 player
FM radio
Photo/video editor
Document viewer

Non-removable 3050mAh Li-Ion battery

COLOR: Champagne Gold, Blue, Black and  Red

  • Messaging: SMS, MMS, Email, Push Mail, IM
  • Sensors: Accelerometer, Proximity, Compass, Rear Fingerprint, Face Unlock and Light sensor
  • Browser: HTML5
  • Java: No

About NGN33,000– NGN35,000 (105 USD) (10,070 Ksh)


  • OS: Android 8.1 Oreo (with XOS V3.0)
  • CPU: Quad-core 1.5GHz
  • Chipset: MediaTek MT6739
  • GPU: PowerVR GE8100

  • 2G: GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 MHz
  • 3G: HSDPA 850 / 900 / 1700(AWS) / 1900 / 2100
  • 4G: Yes, LTE
  • SIM Type: Dual Nano SIM (Dual Standby)

  • Build: Metal
  • Dimensions: 148 x 71 x 8.4mm
  • Weight: 148 g
  • Display type: HD+ TFT capacitive touchscreen
  • Resolution: 1440 x 720 pixels, 18:9 Screen aspect ratio (282 PPI density)
  • Size: 5.5 inches

  • Internal Storage: 16GB/32GB
  • MicroSD Card slot: Yes, up to 128GB
  • RAM: 2GB/3GB

  • Primary (rear): 13 + 2MP, autofocus and LED flash
  • FEATURES: Continuous shooting, ISO settings, Autofocus, Digital zoom, Face detection, Exposure compensation, Touch focus, Geo-tagging, HDR, Panorama, Scene mode, Self-timer, White balance settings
  • Secondary (selfie): 8MP Camera with dual Selfie Flash
  • Video: 1080p@30fps

  • WLAN: WiFi 802.11 b/g/n, WiFi Direct, Hotspot
  • Bluetooth: v4.1
  • GPS: A-GPS
  • NFC: NO
  • USB: Type-C (with OTG support)

  • Alert types: Vibration, MP3, AAC, AAC+, eAAC+, WMA, MIDI, WAV, AC3, FLAC
  • Loudspeaker: Yes
  • 3.5mm jack: Yes
  • Active noise cancellation with dedicated mic

Non-removable 3050mAh Li-Po battery

COLOR: Sandstone Black, Bordeaux Red, Serene Gold, City Blue

  • Sensors: Facial recognition, Fingerprint (Rear), Ambient Light, Compass, Proximity, Gyroscope, Accelerometer
  • Messaging: SMS, MMS, Email, Push Mail, IM
  • Browser: HTML5
  • Java: No

MP3/WAV/eAAC+/FlAC player
DivX/Xvid/MP4/H.265 player
Photo/video editor
Document viewer

About NGN40,500 ( $112) (EGP 1,999)