Vodafone Smart Ultra 6 Key Specification, Price
About Vodafone Smart Ultra 6
Smart Ultra 6 is slightly inferior to higher-priced competitors (albeit not very much at all) as it is powered by an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 615 processor with four cores clocked at 1.5GHz and four more at 1.0 GHz. The handset is certainly not the fastest on the market but more than makes up for this with clever software optimizations and a healthy 2GB RAM. The Smart Ultra 6 also comes with an Adreno 405 Graphical Processing Unit (GPU) and while there were certainly a few examples of slow game loading times and the odd missed frame in the middle of resource-intensive games, overall graphics performance was certainly more than satisfactory. For most users, the processor, RAM, and GPU will all be more than ample for daily usage. Vodafone Smart Ultra 6 price in India Rs.10000
The company roughly doubled its size in 2000 by acquiring German industrial conglomerate Mannesmann AG. Founded as Mannesmannroehren-Werke in 1890 by Reinhard Mannesmann (1856–1922), the German company had become a leading manufacturer of steel tubing and by the 1930s emerged as one of the six giant iron and steelworks of the Ruhr. Although Mannesmann executives were not among the German industrialists who promoted the rise of Adolf Hitler, the company did contribute significantly to the war effort and therefore was stripped of nearly all its directors under the terms of the war-crimes mandate. Following a reorganization of Germany’s basic industries according to Allied occupation policy, Mannesmann emerged as an independent company in 1952 and conducted business in Brazil, Canada, Argentina, Austria, and other European countries in industries such as transportation and telecommunications. In July of 1996, Vodafone acquired the remaining 2/3 of Talkland it didn’t already own for £30.6 million. In November of the same year, Vodafone purchased People’s Phone (a 181 store chain whose customers were already using Vodafone) for £77 million. And additionally acquired the remaining 80% of Astec Communications (a service provider with 21 stores) that it didn’t previously own. The evolution of ‘Vodafone’ brand started in 1982 with the establishment of ‘Racal Strategic Radio Ltd’ subsidiary of Racal Electronics plc – UK’s largest maker of military radio technology. By the initiative of Jan Stenbeck, Racal Strategic Radio Ltd formed a joint venture with Millicom called ‘Racal Vodafone’, which would later evolve into the present day Vodafone. In January 1997, Gerald Whent retired and Christopher Gent took over as the CEO. The same year, Vodafone introduced its Speechmark logo, composed of a quotation mark in a circle, with the O’s in the Vodafone logotype representing the opening and closing quotation marks and suggesting conversation.