itel, a mobile phone manufacturer, has announced the launch of its latest Selfie series smartphone — the S15. This device is said to boast excellent user experience and a budget-friendly price-tag.
itel is partnering with Google on the Gallery Go project. In line with itel’s commitment, this initiative aims to benefit the brand’s millions of consumers in global emerging markets and empower them to enjoy mobile life at an affordable price.
itel S15 which feature the new Gallery Go will present a number of benefits to consumers including:
- A light and fast gallery optimised for Android Go phone
- Smarter storage – Easily find, manage and storge photos on the device
- Easier editing – Make user’s photo look their best with auto-enhance
“We are delighted to launch the itel S15 featuring Google’s latest optimised offline gallery – Gallery Go,” says David Lei, General Manager of itel Mobile. “We believe that the mobile communication device that has revolutionised human social life should belong to everyone. By bringing Gallery Go to itel S15 devices, we will make it easier for consumers in emerging markets, especially in Africa regions, the opportunity to enjoy the best selfie experience through our products.”
“We created Gallery Go, a fast and smart photo gallery, for people who don’t have access to reliable Wi-Fi or online backup,” says Ben Greenwood, Product Manager for Google Photos. “Gallery Go brings some of the best features from Google Photos to help you find, edit and manage your memories and we’re thrilled to collaborate with itel to bring the app to itel S15 and select A55 Android Go devices in Africa.”
iThe itel S15 comes with a 6.1-inch HD + IPS 19.5:9 Waterdrop FullScreen display, a 16MP selfie camera and 8MP rear dual camera and flashlight.
The device is packed with 1GB RAM and 16GB ROM, powered by SC7731E Quad-core 1.3GHz processor. It houses a 3000mAh battery with AI Power Master, as well as face unlock and fingerprint sensor to protect your privacy.
itel S15 will be rolling out in August throughout Africa.
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