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Jio Instant Cashback Offer is available for all Jivi 4G devices
Mobile handset maker Jivi Mobiles has partnered with Reliance Jio to offer its Energy E3 Smartphone for an effective price starting at Rs 699 a unit. Touted as the lowest priced smartphone in India by the company, The Jivi Mobile 4G smartphone, Energy E3 is available on e-commerce websites for about Rs 2,899. However any new Jivi 4G smartphone customer also gets to avail Jios Football Offer which offers Rs 2,200 in cashback. The Jivi Mobile 4G smartphone, Energy E3 has dual 4G SIM slot, 4-inch screen, 5 megapixel rear camera and 2 megapixel front camera.
The Energy E3 phone comes with Android 6.0 Marshmallow operating system, Quad Core Processor with a speed of 1.3 GHz. Reliance Jio is offering a Rs 2200 cashback instantly through -Jio Football Offer- on the entire range of 4G VoLte smartphones of Jivi Mobiles.
This is an instant cashback offer where 44 cashback vouchers of Rs 50 each will be disbursed to the customer at the very first recharge of Rs 198 or Rs 299 on or before 31st March 2018.
Thanks to advances in semiconductor technology, wearable devices can now monitor health by measuring vital signs or taking an electrocardiogram, and then transmitting the data wirelessly to a smartphone. The readings or electrocardiogram waveforms can be displayed on the screen in real time, or sent to the cloud or a memory device where the information is stored. The newly developed skin electronics system goes a step further by enhancing information accessibility for people such as the elderly or the infirm, who tend to have difficulty operating and obtaining data from existing devices and interfaces.
It promises to ease the strain on home healthcare systems in aging societies through continuous, non-invasive health monitoring and self-care at home. The new integrated system combines a flexible, deformable display with a lightweight sensor composed of a breathable nanomesh electrode and wireless communication module. Medical data measured by the sensor, such as an electrocardiogram, can either be sent wirelessly to a smartphone for viewing or to the cloud for storage. In the latest research, the display showed a moving electrocardiogram waveform that was stored in memory.