Coming Soon: A Smartphone To Honour Narendra Modi


It can’t get better! Technology is really driving India in an unexpected direction. A China-based company called SmartNaMo, which is established by some Gujarati businessmen, is all set to launch a smartphone in the honour of state chief minister Narendra Modi. SmartNaMo is also working to establish a smartphone assembly unit in Gandhinagar, where its NaMo branded devices, including both smartphones and feature phones, will be assembled.

The company has plans to launch the Narendra Modi branded smartphones by August end, reported The Mobile Indian. According to the source quoted in the report, “SmartNaMo is giving finishing touches to a smartphone which will be launched in order to show appreciation to Narendra Modi for the work he has done in Gujarat. In the next couple of week SmartNaMo team will present the smartphone to Narendra Modi and request him to grant permission to use his signature in all the NaMo branded smartphone.”

The SmartNaMo smartphone will be based on Android and will sport a 12.5-cm (5-inch) IPS panel display with full HD (1920x 1080) pixels) resolution. It will be packed with Gorilla Glass 2 for protection from scratches. Along with these, it will feature a 1.2 GHz quad-core processor. On the memory front, the SmartNaMo will have 2 GB RAM and 32 GB inbuilt memory, also offering an extended memory of up to 32 GB through the microSD card slot.



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  1. Needed – your Declaration of Intent – NOW !

    A few months back , Planning Commission had prepared a scheme to distribute free smart phones to 71 million poor families
    Recently , Kapil Sibal has submitted a scheme to distribute ( of course , free ) to children studying in Government schools ,
    25 million smart phones
    9 million tablets ( computers )
    That would cost , somewhere between Rs 7,000 Crores to Rs 10,000 Crores
    Earlier this week , a group called Smartnamo , has announced two models ( Safron 1 / Safron 2 ), of smart phones in honor of Narendra Modi
    I believe top brass of BJP are considering to distribute 20 crore of these phones to youth between the age of 18 to 25 – free of cost , of course !
    At Rs 1,000 per phone , BJP would need to raise Rs 20,000 Crore for this project
    No problem !
    India’s “ Businesses / Industry “ would oblige , since 75 % of industry-leaders want Narendra Modi to become the next PM
    And these phones are believed to come pre-installed with a mobile app , ( called , VotesApp ? ) which will enable the young owner/voters to vote in 2014 National Elections , by simply touching the VOTE button , having finger-print recognition ( ala , Apple’s iPhone 5C )
    Now , here is the most likely “ political specification “ of these phones :
    Irrespective of , whether the owner / voter is residing and registered in Kashmir or Kanyakumari or anywhere else , the vote will get cast in favor of the local BJP candidate !
    That would be one way to garner 275 seats in the Lok Sabha !
    More seriously speaking , BJP will miserably fail to deliver on its corruption-free , Good-Governance promise , if it gets voted to power with less than 275 seats .
    Secret behind NaMo’s success story in Gujarat , is BJP majority in local assembly. No relying on corrupt coalition partners to carry out any reform !
    And to get that kind of “ Absolute Majority “ , BJP must stop promising freebies and publish its ACTION PLAN for the first 100 days in power
    Even NaMo euphoria will fade away , if BJP continues to shy away from publishing , before October-end , its “ Declaration of Intent “

    • Hemen parekh [ 19 Sept 2013 ]

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