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Lava launches Helium 12 notebook at Rs 12,999 before Diwali



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New Delhi: Domestic mobile handset company Lava on Wednesday announced the launch of the 12.5-inch Helium 12 notebook, the widest screen notebook so far.



Weighing just 1.3 kgs, the Rs 12,999 Helium 12 marks a significant entry into LAVA’s notebook portfolio post the successful launch of Helium 14 a few months ago.

“We understand the increasing preference for a light-weight yet big screen notebook for our modern day customers who largely represent the evolving mobile workforce,” said Gaurav Nigam, Senior Vice President and Head of Product, Lava International Ltd.



Helium 12 will be available at major e-commerce portals as well as multi-brand outlets across 14 cities.


Domestic company Lava launches Helium 12 notebook at Rs 12,999 before Diwali:


Helium 12 is powered by Windows 10 Anniversary edition and comes with Quadcore Intel processor, with speed up to 1.88 GHz.



The notebook features 10000mAh battery for prolonged usage. Helium 12 has an in-built 32 GB memory which is expandable up to 128 GB via SD card and further expandable with 1TB external HDD.

LAVA Helium 12 also comes with 16:9 aspect ratio, thus providing rich display functionality.



Helium 12 has VGA rear camera and video-calling functionality.



Vivo Gets Notice By Police As 13,000 Vivo Phones Has Same IMEI Number.



IMEI numbers are issued to each device which makes them easy to track and identify.

In a stunning revelation, it has been found that smartphone major Vivo has sold 13,000 smartphones with the same IMEI number.

Vivo is India’s 2nd largest smartphone maker, and as per Govt rules, no two mobiles can have the same IMEI number.

13,000 Vivo Smartphones Have Same IMEI Number ,this was found in Meerut.

When a police sub-inspector went to a Vivo service center in Delhi to get his Vivo phone replaced, he found that the IMEI number printed on the box and the IMEI number in the replaced phone are different.

Meerut cybercell was informed, and an investigation started, which lasted for 5 months.

While the service center incharge told that the IMEI number was not changed, the SIM operator was asked for more information, and it was found that since September 24, 2019, 13,000 Vivo phones had been running on the same IMEI number.

Based on the findings of the investigation, Meerut’s Cyber cell has sent a notice to under Vivo India’s nodal officer Harmanjit Singh under Section 91 of the CRPC.

There have been no comments from Vivo on this matter.

IMEI or the International Mobile Equipment Identity number is a unique identifier for every smartphone in the world. As per a 2017 ruling by TRAI, every smartphone used in India needs to have a unique IMEI number.

In case it’s found that the same IMEI number is used in different mobiles, then it will be considered a case of tampering and fraud, and jail term up to 3 years exists for the same.

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