Sunday, June 22, 2014

Low End Smartphones: Nokia Lumia 630 Dual Sim

Low End Smartphones, Nokia Lumia 630 Dual Sim

If you don't want to spend a fortune for a smartphone then check out Nokia Lumia 630 Dual Sim this smartphone is budget friendly and is equipped with the functionality of a smartphone.

Nokia Lumia 630 Dual Sim - This smartphone is a low-end very affordable Windows phone 8.1 from Microsoft Devices. This is the first Lumia dual sim-card smartphone.

The phone is equipped with dual-core 1.2GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor with 512MB of RAM. The smartphone has 8GB internal storage, and expandable up to 128GB using a micro-SD card. The Windows 8.1 application is very responsive, and menu navigation very easy to use.

It weighs 134g. It has a 4.5 inches Clear Black screen that has good performance with angles. The display is 854 x 480 pixels and build with a very tough Gorilla Glass 3. It has a 5MP camera with no flash.

The phone is powered by a 1830 mAh battery and comes in yellow, black, orange, green, and white.

Monday, June 9, 2014

Japan Provides tourists with free Wi-Fi

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Japan is a very lovely country it's clean and they have a very efficient public transportation network, within the metropolis and between large cities. However, finding free Wi-Fi is a challenge. It is not ordinary in Japan to find free Wi-Fi in public areas. This is because most locals are using data plan. It is hard to find free Wi-Fi in Japan specially for tourists. The Japanese government want to change all that by providing Free Wi-Fi as part of an effort to attract more tourists. There is a new program by the government of Japan to provide free Wi-Fi for foreign tourists.

For a foreign tourist to get access to their free Wi-Fi, they need only to present their passports upon arrival to a Japanese airport in order to register for a Wi-Fi card. Then the tourist can use the Wi-Fi card for free Wi-Fi coverage across 45,000 hot spots throughout the entire eastern Japan that includes Tokyo, Hakone, Mt. Fuji, Yokohama, Nagano, Nikko, Kusatsu, Tohoku, Hokkaido and Fukushima.

The free Wi-Fi access lasts upto 14 days, or 336 hours. The Japanese government expects the system to be fully operational by 2016. The trial program was launched earlier this year that will run up to September.