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|3rd June 2013, 12:37||#1|
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【Taipei, Taiwan – 06.03.2013】GIGABYTE Communications Inc., a specialist in dual-SIM smartphones is going to launch three new and versatile smartphones, GSmart Simba, GSmart Sierra and GSmart Maya in COMPUTEX 2013. Those will be available to the market in Q3 this year.
GSmart Simba, equips with Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 chipset, Dual-core 1.4 GHz CPU and 4GB ROM / 1GB RAM memory. GSmart Simba possesses 5 inch HD in-plane switching screen, 1900 mAh battery, dual cameras (8MP back-facing and 1.3MP front-facing) and customizable back covers. The most advanced one is supporting dual SIM dual “Active” function with a very unique feature of three-way talking. You can talk with two persons at a call without going through Wi-Fi or operators special service. Bringing convenience and efficiency.
GSmart Sierra, equips with Mediatek the newest MT6589T Turbo chipset, Quad-core 1.5GHz CPU and 4GB ROM / 1GB RAM memory. It possesses 5 inch HD in-plane switching screen, 2000 mAh battery and dual cameras (13MP back-facing and 2MP front-facing) with good capture ability. It provides dual SIM dual standby function and 1080p HDR video recording / play back. Slim with incredibly 8.8 mm thickness.
GSmart Maya M1 v2, equips with MediaTek MT6589 chipset, Quad-core 1.2 GHz CPU and 4GB ROM / 1GB RAM memory. It possesses 4.5 inch qHD in-plane switching screen, 1700mAh battery and dual cameras (8MP back-facing and 2MP front-facing). It provides dual SIM dual standby function, picture in video and 40 continuous shots. Capture the best moment instantly and take a panoramic view automatically.
GSmart Simba, GSmart Sierra and GSmart Maya all base on the newest Android 4.2 Jelly Bean which provides many new services and new experience, such as Google Now providing the information for your needs in daily life and Photo Sphere brings snapping photos in any direction you want and piecing them together.
GIGABYTE Communications Inc. always provides marvelous products to upgrade your experience as the best as we do always.
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