After a long while, Coolpad has launched its latest contender in the entry-level smartphone space under Rs 7,000. The handset is called the Cool 3 and is priced at Rs 5,999. The smartphone offers a modern waterdrop notched display design and a glossy rear panel. This makes it the first smartphone under Rs 7,000 to offer a modern waterdrop notched display.The Coolpad Cool 3 with its price of Rs 5,999 sits opposite the Xiaomi Redmi 6A. For the price, the smartphone offers a modern 5.7-inch HD+ display with a small waterdrop notch on top. The rear of the device is made of a glossy plastic panel that resembles premium glass-bodied smartphones. There’s also a capacitive fingerprint sensor located at the rear of the device. Not many phones at Rs 5,999 offer a fingerprint sensor as standard.Inside, the Cool 3 is powered by a Unisoc quad-core 1.3GHz processor along with 2GB RAM and 16GB storage. Users can expand storage up to 128GB via microSD card. The Cool 3 runs on Android 9 Pie out-of-the-box. The phone also supports a face unlock system, which is powered by the selfie camera sitting in the waterdrop notch.As for the cameras, the Coolpad cool 3 sports an 8-megapixel + 0.3-megapixel dual camera setup aligned vertically. The front camera uses a 5-megapixel camera for selfies. The smartphone is kept alive by a 3000mAh battery.The Coolpad Cool 3 will be available in various colour variants such as Midnight Blue, Ruby Black, Ocean Indigo, and Teal Green colour options.
Attend this free webinar and learn how you can maximize efficiency while getting the most critical things done right. This story appears in the February 2011 issue of . Subscribe » January 25, 2011 It might be time to stop carrying around all those client business cards. Meet Prizmo ($9.99 at the iTunes App Store), the all-in-pocket scanner that turns data capture into a one-click process.Prizmo, the brainchild of Creaceed, a small Belgian software development company, allows just about any file or text-based image to be scanned via the onboard iPhone camera. Documents, business cards, receipts–even company whiteboards and presentations–can be captured digitally, and the data in that image is ingested into the software and then processed, edited or otherwise managed.What makes Prizmo unique in a crowded scanner app market is that with a bit of tinkering, users can control how data is imported into the system. Important business card info like names, addresses and e-mails can be automatically assigned to a given field, while less critical data like fax numbers can be edited out.”We released Prizmo for Mac in April 2009, and many people requested an iPhone version,” says Sandrine Loiseau, marketing and communications manager for Creaceed. “So we tried to develop something different from the other scanning apps available on the App Store.”Prizmo, for all its smarts, is still image recognition technology, which means it has some issues. Image quality can be unstable, so it takes practice to take pictures that Prizmo understands. Regardless, all document data will require at least some editing to be sure what Prizmo thinks is correct really is correct.Still, the app is a powerful, low-cost scanning option that moves your mobile office one step closer to paperless. Free Webinar | Sept 5: Tips and Tools for Making Progress Toward Important Goals Register Now » 2 min read