Thursday, September 7, 2017

New Smart 8 Family Introduces by Vodacom

Posted by Arthur Oscar on Thursday, September 07, 2017 with No comments
Vodacom introduced two newest 4G handsets to bolster its suite of popular branded devices that are created and cost to appeal to the value conscious consumer searching for a high-quality device that is affordable, reliable and that provides the newest smartphone technology.

The two newest devices are the Smart V8 and Smart N8, both ship with the latest Android Nougat OS. 

Jorge Mendes, Vodacom’s Chief Officer, Consumer Sales and Distribution stated, 
“Affordable devices like the new Smart 8 range are proving to be the biggest contributors to the uptake of smart devices on our network. In turn, this contributes to the overall sustained growth in data demand.  Our Vodacom Branded Devices combine high-quality design with making the latest mobile and Vodacom technology available at a great price for our customers.”
Vodacom Smart V8 - Main Photo Credit: Vodacom
ALSO READ:  Cellular country complaints  - Palm Smartphones Might Return 

Vodacom Smart V8

  • R199PMx 24 months on a uChoose Flexi 150
  • Prepaid price R3 599
  • 16 megapixel back camera
  • 8 MP front camera dual flash
  • 3000mAh battery

Vodacom Smart N8

  • R129PMx 24 months on a uChoose Flexi 110
  • Prepaid price R1 999
  • Parents can control which apps their children can access, or temporarily unlock apps as a reward using their fingerprint.

Friday, February 24, 2017

Apple iPhone 7 mysteriously catches fire

Posted by Arthur Oscar on Friday, February 24, 2017 with No comments
After many complaints of Samsung devastating debacle with mysterious exploding smartphone a year ago, is Apple about to follow the same path? 

On February 23, 18-year old Brianna Olivas from Arizona, tweeted a video of her smoldering iPhone 7.
Video tweeted by Ms.Briana Olivas

SEE ALSO: iPhone 6 Plus explode as she slept next to it
Since the upload the video gone viral, with over 23,000 retweets and 24,000 likes in just a day it was posted. It remains not clear what caused the handset to catch fire, but Gizmodo’s Eve Peyser said that Apple is taking the issue seriously and is looking into it.