Korean electronics major Samsung today unveiled its entry-level smartphone 'Galaxy J2 Core' which is powered by Google's Android (Go) edition.
Google had, in December last year, unveiled the Android Oreo Go edition for smartphones with 1GB RAM or less. These low-cost smartphones, which come with a new range of apps designed to run faster while using less data, are expected to play an important role in further expanding internet adoption in the country.
Samsung, in a statement, said Galaxy J2 Core has been designed to deliver fast and smooth experience while ensuring best-in-class battery performance.
Galaxy J2 Core features an 8-megapixel rear camera and 5MP front camera, 5-inch display, 1GB RAM and 8GB internal memory which can be expanded up to 256 GB with an external memory card.
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* Merino Panel commissions captive solar plant
Merino Panel Products Ltd (MPPL) today said it has commissioned a 5.5 MW captive open access solar Power Plant in Hisar, Haryana.
The MPPL will draw more than 9 million units of electricity from this plant every year for consumption in its manufacturing unit in Bahadurgarh, Haryana, the company said in a statement.
"In the Merino Group, we are now drawing from over 8.2 MW of installed solar plants on our rooftops as well as in open access across India. Overall, solar is now serving over 75 per cent of our power requirement and this move has given us immense benefits. Over 90 per cent of the power in our Bahadurgarh unit is now from our Solar plants and we wish to replicate this in our other units as well," C L Lohia, Chairman of the Merino Group of companies, said.
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