Express Gadget Expo Opens Today

Published: 07th August 2015 04:26 AM  |   Last Updated: 07th August 2015 04:26 AM   |  A+A-

BENGALURU: The latest gadgets and technological marvels from the biggest brands will be on show at Express Gadgets ‘15, which opens at 2.30 pm on Friday. This unique exhibition of the latest smartphones, TVs, video games, headsets, and more will be inaugurated by Sandalwood Superstar Upendra and his wife Priyanka Upendra at Express Building, Queen’s Road.

Personnel of Jabra, a company that manufactures and markets wireless headsets, and bluetooth devices, say they would keep the focus on music applications where people can experience Dolby effect. Health products such as ‘pulse’ that can check heart rate at an accuracy of 98 per cent with an in-ear bio-sensor will be available. Another interesting product is the ‘Coach’ that acts as a virtual trainer.

One of the organisers of the event said BlackBerry was also chipping in by adding its products and technology at the show. Keeping in mind the higher usage category, it will display its product ‘Leap’. This smartphone has 24-hour battery back-up and does not cost much. Also to be available are the Classic and Passport phones.

Uppi-2 App

Uppi-2, Upendra’s ambitious project, will get a promotional platform prior to its release with the launch of an exclusive app during the inauguration.

The App, created by The New Indian Express, will operate on the Android platform and will be available for free download from Google Play Store. It has been packaged with exclusive Uppi-2 previews including trailers, wallpapers, posters, and songs.

It also has a wall for fans to interact apart from a link to the Uppi-2 Facebook page and links to news items on Upendra’s films.


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