- Tram Ho
Bkav said it has cooperated with Kai OS Technologies to develop the operating system for new phones. This is the first step of Bkav manufacturer towards universalizing 4G phones and entering the super-cheap smartphone segment.
Talking about the cooperation in developing this operating system, Mr. Nguyen Ba Co, Bkav’s Business Director, said: “The goal of universalizing 4G phones to a digital Vietnam is one of the important priorities. Our commitment and this agreement is a step forward to achieve that goal. ”
In the process of digital transformation in Vietnam, universal 4G smartphone is a prerequisite. However, to achieve this goal, current smartphone prices will be a significant barrier. Therefore, the development of 4G phones is cheap, even super cheap with essential features is essential.
This also means an optimal, compact operating system capable of connecting to 4G, Wifi, GPS, supporting essential features. Kai OS has the advantage of being compact but supports 4G connectivity, Wi-Fi, GPS, the operating system is optimized to fully support essential needs such as accessing Google, YouTube, Facebook.
Bkav CEO Nguyen Tu Quang introduces a new generation Bphone on May 10.
Currently, some phones running Kai OS sold in Vietnam such as Nokia 8110 4G, Nokia 2720 Flip … cost from more than 1 million. Therefore, it is not clear what price Bkav’s smartphone will be at, but Bkav reveals that its products will be distributed through carriers and bundled with packages, so the initial price may be lower. pretty much.
At the Ministry of Information and Communications’s Q1 / 20 State Management Meeting in March, Minister Nguyen Manh Hung said that by 2020, the Ministry of Information and Communications will promote the popularization of smartphones to the people. This is done through the production of Vietnamese smartphones at only VND 500,000.
“After 30 years, 2G has completed its mission, every citizen has a phone. Turning off 2G signal and supporting 4G devices for people will help turn Vietnam into one of the few countries with 100% smartphone, ready for electronic citizens ”, Minister Nguyen Manh Hung emphasized.
Source : Genk