Bulgarian PC Company Pravetz to Release First Smartphone Next Week
The Bulgarian PC company Pravetz is expanding the range of its products and will release its first smartphone Pravetz 4+ next week.
The mobile phone is made in Taiwan, weighs a hundred grammes and will cost BGN 169.
It has 4.7 inch HD IPS screen, four core Qualcomm 1.2 GHz processor and 1 GB of RAM.
There are slots for two SIM cards, with the memory being 8 GB, which could be expanded to 32 GB.
The telephone has two cameras, with the front one being 2 MP, while the one on the back is 8 MP with an autofocus and LED flash.
The operating system is Android 4.4 KitKat, with Qualcomm Audio+ apps and Quick Charge function.
The integrated battery has a capacity of 1750 mAh and among the phone’s other functions are WiFi, Bluetooth 4.0, GPS, APGS.
The company was founded in 1979 in the town of Pravets and is known for producing the first Bulgarian computers, which were Apple II clones.
The first personal computer IMKO-1 was produced in the same year, with production greatly expanding in the 1980s, before coming to a halt in the early 1990s.
Recently, the brand was resurrected after it turned out that the trade mark had not been registered and no one held rights over it.
In 2014, Pravetz announced its return to the market, by releasing first a laptop and then a desktop computer and a SchoolBook, which is a mini laptop with a rotating screen.
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