October 27, 2020 11:37 (IST)
Follow us:
facebook-white sharing button
twitter-white sharing button
instagram-white sharing button
youtube-white sharing button
Delhi cop arrested for molesting women, 4 FIRs filed against him in single day | Law against cow slaughter in UP being misused: Allahabad High Court | Supreme Court suspends one-man committee to monitor stubble burning | SC stays contempt action against Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank for not paying bungalow rent dues | Maharashtra Deputy CM Ajit Pawar tests Covid-19 positive

KaiOS: Don't Write Down Feature Phones Just Yet

When discussing the phone market, people tend to throw around the names of major manufacturers like Apple, Samsung, and Huawei, along with the two major mobile operating systems that have effectively divided the smartphone market among themselves: iOS and Android. The global mobile phone market is more than just smartphones, though: there are still billions of people out there who don't use smartphones. The feature phone market is still huge - there are many emerging markets where the affordability of the feature phones still beats the smartphones' versatility when it comes to buying decisions. This doesn't mean, though, that feature phone users will have to forfeit the benefits of smarter operating systems and mobile broadband. There is a platform that helps them navigate the web, follow their friends on social networks, keep in touch with them on various messaging services, even play games and explore the best online casinos to win money on the internet. The platform is called KaiOS, and it is the second most-used mobile operating system in India today.  

56% of smartphone users in India have no data access atleast once a day: True Balance Report

Kolkata, July 31 (IBNS): Mobile data usage in India has quadrupled in 8 months due to competitive and unlimited data tariff plans being offered by various telecom operators such as Jio, Airtel, Vodafoneover the past few months, according to mobile app True Balance.