Vodacom has expanded its range of accessible smartphones for specific needs customers through the launch of the Alcatel 2008G.
Vodacom has expanded its range of accessible smartphones for specific needs customers through the launch of the Alcatel 2008G. The device is designed to make it easier and more suitable for customers who want an affordable smartphone to use predominately for messaging and voice calls. Specifically, its 2.4 inch display screen and large keyboard makes it ideally suited to the needs of senior citizens who might prefer an easy-to-use phone.
LG Q7 smartphone
The recently announced LG Q7 smartphone offers premium features typically found in more expensive flagship smartphones, but at a more affordable price.
It builds on the previous models’ foundation, with even more high-end features like portrait mode, DTS:X Virtual Surround Sound, water and dust resistance and a fingerprint sensor on the back for added security as well as upgraded 3GB RAM and 32GB ROM which is also expandable.
The LG Q7 also features a 2.5D Arc Glass design with rounded-edges that makes the device comfortable to hold and operate with one hand. Its smart rear key fingerprint sensor is located below the camera lens to allow users to unlock the phone easily and it also doubles as the camera shutter button or to take screenshots and control the notification bar.
The LG Q7 will be available for R5 999 on pre-paid and from R349 on contract from Vodacom and Cell C.
IFS Applications 10 with over 500 functional updates
IFS recently launched IFS Applications 10, the new version of its enterprise applications suite. It is designed to help customers capitalise on disruptive industry trends such as automation, connected devices (IoT), and servitization, the new version also helps companies connect their business to a digital backbone.