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We are talking about the project KaiOS, designed for push-button smartphones. Its development Corporation has allocated $ 22 million. The operating system debuted on the world market last year and already managed to upgrade to version 3.0.
“KaiOS and Google agreed to work together to provide users with push-button phones Google services: Google Maps, YouTube and Google Search,” – said General Director KaiOS Sebastian Code
The first smartphone with the new OS was the Nokia 8110, which was reborn in a new form of the once popular Nokia 8110i.
Many people still prefer push-button phones, but the problem lies in the fact that they created a new operating system with all the needs of modern people.
KaiOS will allow push-button phones to turn into a hybrid between smartphones and phones from the past: they will have a favourite by many a minimalist design while maintaining modern apps, and will have the ability to access the Internet via 4G LTE or Wi-Fi.
Keypad Nokia 8110 begins to appear on store shelves around the world. This phone features a 2.45-inch screen, 512 MB RAM, 4 GB of internal memory, Wi-Fi b/g/n module, Bluetooth 4.1, 4G LTE module, support GPS/A-GPS and a camera with a resolution of 2 MP.
Politeka previously reported that Google has created the world’s best tablet, running on Chrome OS and surpassing all of its competitors.
The basis for the “iron” novelties became an 8-core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor 845 with a clock frequency of 2.8 GHz and graphics Adreno 630. As noted, the tablet can run on a single charge (when the screen is active) for more than a day.
Prior to this it was reported that the sale is returned to the legendary “brick” — phone Nokia 3310
The novelty will cost 59 euros and will be focused on the European market.
Trayan Markevich has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Quebec Times, Trayan Markevich worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella.