Panasonic T30 and T44 budget 3G-Enabled Android Smartphones launched

Panasonic on Friday unveiled two new wiwireless smartphones, the T30 (seen above) and T44, in India. The organisation says that the brand new Panasonic smartphones are focused at Tier II and Tier III markets in India.

Panasonic T30 and T44 Budget 3G-Enabled Android Smartphones Launched

The Panasonic T30 has been priced at Rs. three,290 even as the Panasonic T44 comes with a charge tag of Rs. four,290. The Panasonic T44 will be to be had in Rose Gold, Champagne Gold, and electric Blue colours. The Panasonic T30 will come in metallic Silver, metallic Gold, and metallic grey colours. The agency might be supplying a loose protective screen guard worth Rs. 299 with the new Panasonic T30 and T44.

each the Panasonic T30 and T44 come with a few similar innards. each feature a four-inch WVGA (480×800 pixels) display and are powered by way of a 1.3GHz quad-core processor. both the smartphones game wi-five-megapixel rear cameras with LED flash, and 2-megapixel the front cameras.

The dual-SIM Panasonic T30 and T44 aid c084d04ddacadd4b971ae3d98fecfb2a 802.11b/g/n, Bluetooth four.0, GPRS/ area, Micro-USB, GPS, and Micro-USB connectivity alternatives.

There are few differences as well. The Panasonic T30 runs Android 5wireless.1 Lollipop and packs 512MB of RAM. there may be 4GB of garage which is expandable thru microSD card (as much as 32GB). The handset is backed by means of a 1400mAh battery and measures 126x64x10.3mm.


The T44 (seen above) runs Android 6.0 Marshmallow-primarily based Panasonic Sail UI and packs 1GB of RAM. The handset packs 8GB of garage which is expandable thru microSD card (up to 32GB). it’s miles subsidized by a 2400mAh battery and measures 127.3x66x9.65mm.

Commenting on the release, Pankaj Rana, business Head, Mobility department, Panasonic India, said, “With the introduction of new smartphones T44 and T30, we aim to create a super fee proposition concentrated on our clients in tier II and tier III towns. India being a fee pushed marketplace, the consumers are seeking extra productivity, wi-fi, enjoyment, multitasking and better connectivity, with T44 we offer Android 6.0 Marshmallow in a four-inch phone and an extended lasting 2400mAh battery and T30 is simple to keep device that fits flawlessly inside the palm with metallic wi-fiwiwireless.”

Apple releases iOS 9.three.3 beta to public testers

You can now check out a new beta version of Apple’s mobile software if you’re a member of the company’s testing program.

A day after Apple rolled out the first iOS 9.3.3 beta to developers, it pushed out the software to public testers, MacRumors reported Tuesday. The beta is available to all members of the program, with one exception.


Users with an 9.7-inch iPad Pro can’t yet get their hands on the new beta. That’s because iOS 9.3.2 caused trouble for owners of that tablet by bricking the device, meaning that installing the update locked up the devices and prevented them from restarting.

The first beta of iOS 9.3.3 apparently does not contain a fix for this problem, though the final product likely will. Apple has said it’s investigating the problem.

Apple checks out each new edition of its mobile operating system internally and also seeds beta versions to app developers for external testing. But bugs may still appear after the product has been installed by millions of customers. When beta testing is opened up to the public, as Apple did last year, more glitches can be caught before the final version is released.

Apple has bumped into a series of problems with iOS 9.3, forcing it to roll out several updates. Version 9.3 itself was beset by a snag that prevented some owners of older iPhones and iPads from activating their devices. Apple had to respond by releasing two more versions of 9.3, one for the iPad 2 and another for the iPhone 5S and earlier iPhones and the iPad Air and earlier iPads.

iOS 9.3.1 had some minor issues, including one in which Bluetooth accessories could affect audio quality when used with the iPhone SE. iOS 9.3.2 resolved that glitch and others but then introduced the snafu with the iPad Pro.

People who wish to join Apple’s Beta Software Program can sign up at the program’s page. All you need is your Apple ID, and the program gives you access to the latest betas of iOS as well as the OS X operating system for the Mac.

Keep in mind that a beta product, especially the first version, may have some hiccups. So be sure to back up your iOS device before you install the beta or use a spare device if available. Apple asks that you offer any feedback on the beta via its Feedback Assistant.