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Philips i966 Aurora

Philips has launched its new flagship smartphone, known as the i966 Aurora, in China. The brand new smartphone from Philips has been priced at CNY 3699 (Rs. 37,000 roughly) and is at present on sale within the united states. As of now, there’s no phrase on free up of the Philips i966 Aurora outside China.

Notably, the Philips i966 Aurora comes with top-finish options corresponding to a QHD show – which has been seen on smartphone such as LG G3 and Samsung Galaxy be aware 4, and is perhaps the spotlight of the software – and a fingerprint scanner on the again, very like Samsung’s flagship Galaxy S5. The i966 Aurora can also be the first smartphone from Philips that runs the brand new yunos three.0 working gadget, which is in line with Android (unspecified version).

The smartphone supports single SIM performance, and is powered via a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon (MSM8974AC) 801 processor clocked at 2.5ghz, coupled with 3GB of RAM. Presently, the flagship gadgets at present on hand in India from HTC, LG, Samsung, and Sony are powered by using the same soc collection. It also comes with a Sabre ES9018 DAC chip.

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Philips i966 Aurora With 5.5-inch QHD Display, Fingerprint Sensor Launched

 

The Philips i966 Aurora incorporates a 5.5-inch Quad HD (1440×2560 pixels) show with Corning Gorilla Glass three safety and an impressive pixel density of 534ppi. It comprises 32GB of in-built storage without a phrase on expandable storage improve.

There’s a 20.7-megapixel rear digital camera with Sony IMX220 Exmor RS BSI sensor, f/1.8 aperture, and LED flash onboard. It additionally houses an 8-megapixel front-facing digicam. The Philips i966 Aurora packs a 3000mah battery.

Connectivity choices on the smartphone embrace Bluetooth 4. 0, Wi-Fi, Micro-USB, 3G, and 4G LTE. The list of the smartphone also tips that it options Qualcomm’s quick charge 2.0 expertise. Qualcomm claims that the quick charge 2.0 expertise “can cost gadgets as much as 75 % faster.”