Lenovo Vibe X2 goes out of stock on Flipkart, just two days after launch

first_imgChinese tech giant Lenovo’s latest launch, the Vibe X2 smartphone has received some overwhelming response from customers. The device touted as the ‘world’s first layered smartphone’ went on sale starting Monday exclusively via online retailer Flipkart. And already, the device is out of stock and is now listed as ‘coming soon’ on Flipkart. There is however no news yet regarding the number of units sold.   “The kind of response Vibe X2 has been getting in India is overwhelming.  The X2 layered design is a unique proposition from Lenovo and we are happy that consumers are appreciating the innovations that we are bringing to the Indian Smartphone market”, Sudhin Mathur, Director-Smartphones, Lenovo India was quoted as saying while making the formal announcement. The Lenovo Vibe X2 smartphone started retailing  via Flipkart starting Monday at a price tag of Rs 19,999. The device also came with some exclusive launch days offers.Taking a brief look at its specifications, the Vibe X2 features a 5-inch IPS display with a 1080×1920 pixels resolution. It is powered by a 2GHz octa-core MediaTek MT6595m processor coupled with 2GB of RAM. It comes with 32GB of inbuilt storage and runs Android 4.4 KitKat out-of-the-box with Lenovo’s Vibe UI 2.0 on top.  The dual-SIM device sports a 13MP autofocus rear camera and a 5MP front-facing snapper. It decks in a 2300mAh battery.last_img read more

GMR signs MoUs with firms on setting up units in Kakinada SEZ

first_imgHyderabad, Jan 30 (PTI) Kakinada SEZ Ltd (KSEZ), a subsidiary of GMR Infrastructure Limited (GIL), said today it has signed a series of MoUs with firms interested in setting up of manufacturing units in Kakinada SEZ in Andhra Pradesh.GMR Group is developing an industrial zone ? Kakinada SEZ, spread over 8500 acres and an all-weather, multi-cargo, deep water port, with an estimated phase 1 capacity of 16 million tonnes.MoUs were signed by KSEZ during last week?s CII Partnership Summit 2017 at Visakhapatnam with five companies — Oil Country Tubular, Kamineni Steel & Power, United Seamless Tubular, Deepak Phenolics and DCM Shriram — for setting up manufacturing facilities with a total investment of Rs 7,000 crore spread over 550 acres at Kakinada SEZ Ltd., Kakinada, Andhra Pradesh, a GIL statement said.These MoUs would be followed up with technical and commercial discussions for lease of land in Kakinada SEZ to these firms over the coming months, it said.Kakinada is often referred to as the ?Houston of India? owing to the existence of hydro-carbon reserves and the oil & gas infrastructure, according to the statement.Acknowledging the advantage of Kakinada SEZ which is the largest industrial area with port connectivity in this region, Indian oil & gas PSU majors are joining together to set up a cracker unit, with a proposed investment of Rs 40,000 crore in 2000 acres of GMR?s Kakinada SEZ, it said, adding, an MoU in this regard was signed among GAIL, HPCL and Government of Andhra Pradesh, during the summit.G M Rao, Group Chairman, GMR Group, said, ?GMR Group is proud to be partnering with the State of Andhra Pradesh in the development of a port based investment region near Kakinada in the East Godavari District. We strongly support Prime Minister Narendra Modi?s ?Make In India? campaign, and Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu?s endeavours to cement the place of Sunrise State of AP as the most attractive destination for global investments into India. GMR group?s Kakinada SEZ is all set to transform the industrial landscape of the Godavari districts bringing in significant investments and employment.?advertisementKakinada SEZ, which is centred in the Kakinada node of the Visakhapatnam ? Chennai Industrial Corridor being developed by Asian Development Bank, would house various industries including petrochemicals, food & agro processing, discrete manufacturing, electronics, toys, sports goods & apparel, offering a combination of export oriented SEZs and domestic market oriented DTAs, GIL said. PTI RS DK DKlast_img read more