Hisense China launches the A7 smartphone with "electronic ink" technology

December 30, 2020
Hisense China launches the A7 smartphone with "electronic ink" technology Hisense China launches the A7 smartphone with "electronic ink" technology

Dubai United Arab Emirates:- The Chinese company "Hisense" unveiled the A7 smartphone with an E-Ink screen and G5 technology, and equipped with a large capacity battery and Android 10 system.

The e-ink screen comes in at 6.7 inches and can display 16 shades of gray as "electronic paper."

These screens are for reading e-books; Because it can be read easily in direct sunlight while allowing longer operating times for the 4,770mAh battery.

The screen contains front lighting so that the smartphone can also be used in poor lighting situations, and the phone relies on the 2 GHz Tiger T7510 SoC processor and the Imagination IMG9446 graphics processing unit.

The random access memory (RAM) is 6 GB, while the flash memory capacity is 128 GB, with support for Android 10 so that applications for all popular e-book stores can be downloaded without any problems.

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