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Adcom introduces A40 into its very successful affordable hi-tech series!

The need for technologically driven phones that is available at an amazing price point is what the consumers call for, today. Paying heed to these consumer demands, Adcom, one of the first players to ride the Telecom& IT revolution wave in India with its range of affordable &technologically rich products, announces the launch of its yet another budget Android smartphone Adcom KitKat A40. A40 functions on the latest Android system- 4.4.2 KitKat and is priced at a best buy of Rs 2,999/-(MRP 4,500/-) attesting to be a brilliant performer while maintaining a strong foothold among phones below the 5K category.

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The dual-sim gadget sports a 4 inch WVGA Screen and is powered by 1.2 GHz processor paired with 256MB of RAM. It also comes in with a 2MP Primary camera and 1.3MP front camera along with flash, which allows the user to capture memories in one click. A40 also packs a 1650mAh battery, making the device work longer hours. Furthermore, the phone is loaded with 512 MB of internal storage, which is expandable up to 64 GB with a micro SD card, thus providing ample space to the user to store all the desired applications, videos and files.

For people who love to stay connected, Adcom KitKat A40 is a 3G enabled device with several other connectivity options including Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, EDGE and GPRS.The 3D Gravity and Proximity Sensors comes across as striking features in this budget smart phone.

 
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Posted by on November 10, 2014 in New Launches

 

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Smart Battery Saving Tips for your Adcom Smartphone!

Have you always felt restless with your phone beeping Low battery?

Well @ Adcom HiTech we bring solution to your everyday problem. Solution which indicates how to avoid these situations maximizing your smart usage!
Some quick easy steps that will make your smartphone battery last longer.

1) Always turn off these apps/features when not in use:

  • GPS Tracking: Limit the use of triangulating your position via radio waves and satellites. and use it when its necessary for navigation and location services. This way much more battery will be saved that the usual.
  • Bluetooth and Wi-fi – Use these options when needed as these features over consume your battery.
  • Vibration function. Turn off the vibration feature
  • Key tones/ Ringtones: Switching off Keytones and setting a low ringtone  can be a little bonus of your battery
  • Notifications and syncing: Turn off these options when not in use as the constant updating and displaying of messages consumes a good deal of energy.

2) Power Down: This is not the perfect option always. But can be useful in some situation for ex: While you phone is passive while you sleeping.

3) Minimize the usage of flash: Restrict the usage of flash limited as they are powerful which consume lot of energy, especially when multiple shots are taken in a row. In fact, same goes for the camera as well.

4) Lower your screen brightness: Decreasing the screen brightness, almost more than 50% battery can be saved. Also consider setting the display brightness to adjust automatically.

5) Close the applications: Most of the time, some of the apps runs in background until they are opened which in turn results in consuming battery. Shut down those apps which are not in use, including non essential apps running in the background.

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6) Phone calls only: When in need of battery, avoid playing games, watching video, scrolling through pictures, and browsing the Internet, they will eat up all your power. If you only have a sliver of battery life left then save it for phone calls. Avoid Skype and other forms of video chatting.

7) Don’t search for a signal: Again this might be not a preferred option often. Search networks will also consume power. Your phone will continually search for a signal in areas with poor reception. Either turn the phone off, switch it to airplane mode or think about purchasing a signal amplifier for better reception in dead zones.

8) Keep it out of the heat: Don’t place your phone near hot things or in hot temperature. There is an optimum temperature range cell phones function at. This helps your battery life.

9) Limit the screen timeout. Most cell phone screens will stay lit for a specified period of time after receiving input such as a swipe or tap. Set the timeout to the shortest available in your settings so the display will essentially go into a sleep mode when not in use.

10) Update apps regularly. While not always the case, many apps are often updated to increase their battery efficiency and limit the power consumption. Switch on automatic updates or download them manually if you want greater control over the updating process.
Follow these simple steps and avoid the battery draining situations with the most essential gadget of the Tech world!

 
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Posted by on August 18, 2014 in Apps For Adcom Smartphone

 

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