Mobile

Today Obi Worldphone, the smartphone company co-founded by former CEO of Apple and former president of Pepsi John Sculley, launched two new smartphones targeted at emerging markets. The first of the new phones has two SKUs, which allows the devices to target three different price points in the low-end and mid-range sections of the smartphone market. You can check out the specifications of both new smartphones in the chart below. Worldphone SF1 Worldphone SJ1.5 SoC Qualcomm Snapdragon 615 1.5GHz 4x Cortex A53 1.11GHz 4x Cortex A53 MediaTek MT6580 1.3GHz 4x Cortex A7 RAM 2/3GB LPDDR3 1GB NAND 16/32GB NAND + microSD 16GB NAND + microSD Display 5” 1080p IPS 5” 720p IPS Network 2G / 3G / 4G LTE (MDM9x25 Cat4) 2G / 3G HSPA Dimensions 146 x 74 x 8mm, 147g 146 x 73 x 7.95mm, 131g Camera 13MP Rear Facing (IMX214) F/2.0, 1.12 micron 1/3.06" sensor 8MP...

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