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Samsung Galaxy J Max launched in India at Rs 13,400, comes with 7 inch display

Samsung Galaxy J Max launched in India at Rs 13,400, comes with 7 inch display
Just earlier today reports aboutSamsung Galaxy J Max started coming. Now, Samsung has officially announced the launch ofGalaxy J Max in India, putting an end to all speculations. This 7 inch display bearing device is priced at Rs 13,400 and will be available in Black and Gold colors. It will go on sale from this month end across multiple sales channels. With this, users will also get double data benefit plan from Airtel worth up to Rs 4,500 for 6-months, a free Bluetooth headset and free subscription of Viu, a video on demand service for 1 year.
The SamsungGalaxy J Max features a 7 inch TFT WXGA display with resolution of 1280 x 800 pixels. It is armed with a 1.5 GHz quad-core processor and 1.5GB of RAM. It has 16GB of internal storage which is expandable to up-to 200GB via a micro SD card. The smartphone runs on Android 5.1 Lollipop operating system.
The SamsungGalaxy J Max sports an 8-megapixel auto-focus…

Try WhatsApp New Features Before Anybody Else

If you are an ace in juggling technology on your finger tips, then this news is for you. WhatsApp now offers Android users its beta versions so they can try out new features before everyone else.
In order to do that, you just have to sign up to be a WhatsApp Testers straight from Google Play.
Click on this link given below
https://play.google.com/apps/testing/com.whatsapp/ Or Click Here
2. Click on “BECOME A TESTER” button.
3. WhatsApp will now automatically update your device with the most recent beta version.
You can remove the beta at any time. Simply go back to the first link above and click the “Leave the program” link.
By becoming the WhatsApp tester you will be able to test the newer versions of WhatsApp and you would always know which new feature could be coming next on WhatsApp.
There is a warning too! If you install the beta version, your mobile may freeze or restart itself at times (as mentioned in the terms and conditions). This is absolutely normal, and nothing to worry …