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Kazakhs release Zerde smartphone in China20 июня 2014, 14:26

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Kazakhs from Urumqi, China created a smartphone and named Zerde, Tengrinews reports citing Sen Kazakh.

The new smartphone was produced in Urumqi and has already hit the market and can be bought for $160. Zerde is an Android phone with an 8-core processor. The smartphone is a brainchild of one-year research of two IT specialists.

Zerde is available in black and white colors with a 5mp front camera and a memory of 8, 16 or 32 GB. The screen has a 1280p resolution. Additional battery is available for $16.

The phone supports a number of languages along with the Kazakh language. Like many other smartphones, Zerde has a variety of applications ranging from ebook reader to language learning apps. Applications can be downloaded from Play Market.

In terms of design, Zerde is similar to Huawei smartphones.

By Gyuzel Kamalova

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