Gigabyte Communications Inch has launched three brand new smartphones during the Computex 2013 event at Taipei. Dubbed as Gsmart Simba, Maya M1 and Sierra phones these will be available in the markets from Q3, 2013.
The Gigabyte Gsmart equipped with 5 inches in-plane switching screen supports dual SIM dual active function, a feature to go with three way talking without the need of data connections or operators special services. Further going through specs, it’s powered with dual core Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 chipset clocked at 1.3 Ghz and includes 4 GB internal memory with 1 GB RAM memory.
It includes dual camera with 8 MP back facing and 1.2 mega pixel front facing camera and features customizable back covers. It extracts juices from 1900 mAh Li-ion battery.
Gigabyte GSmart Sierra possesses 5 inches in-plane switching display and powered with Mediatek newest MT6589T Turbo quad core chipset clocked at 1.5 Ghz supported with 1 GB RAM. 2,000 mAh battery is quite ideal to give 5 hours of continuous talk time and provided with dual SIM standby functions its quite handy. It includes 13 mega pixel camera on the rear side with 2 MP front facing camera and 4 GB internal memory storage capacity.
Gigabyte GSmart Maya M1 is powered with 1.2 Ghz MediaTek MT6589 quad core chipset with 1 GB RAM on to 4.5 inches qHD in-plane switching display screen. Loaded with 8 mega pixel camera with 40 continuous shots and 2 mega pixel front facing camera the device is ideal for those who want the entire feature in a device with price well within the range of affordability. With dual SIM dual standby function you can take advantages of dual network in one phone.
All the three phones mentioned here are equipped with Android 4.2 Jelly Bean version out of the box and Gigabyte promises of further updates once these devices are launched in Q3, 2013.