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New EXPLAY Rio and Icemobile Prime 4.0 Detected

Published on Wednesday, July 16, 2014

New EXPLAY Rio and Icemobile Prime 4.0 Detected

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This week a combination of 301 new hardware devices, browsers and operating systems have been added to 51Degrees.

This week introduces EXPLAY’s newest smartphone Rio which was released in June 2014 and also Icemobile Prime 4.0 elegant and capable smartphone that was first seen in May 2014.

The EXPLAY Rio enters the market with a 5" TFT display, 854 x 480 screen resolution and 256K colour display. The EXPLAY smartphone runs on MediaTek MT6572 SoC with 1.3GHz dual-core Cortex-A7 CPU and Mali-400 single-core GPU. You also get 512MB RAM and 0.5GB internal storage which can be expanded to 32GB via microSD card. This EXPLAY smartphone exist in dual SIM version and has two cameras 2MP back and 0.3MP front.

Compared with the EXPLAY Rio the new Icemobile smartphone Prime 4.0 has a 4" IPS display with screen resolution 800 x 480 and 256k colour display. It is similarly fitted with a 2MP rear camera with flash, 0.3MP front camera and also with dual-SIM card mode. All this will be powered by a 1550mAh battery.

Others added this week include EXPLAY Mini TV 3G, LG L70 D329, Sony Xperia Z2 L50t and Alcatel One Touch Idol Alpha among many more.

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