The Wolder wi’am 65 and wi’am 65 Lite will be updated to Android Nougat during the first quarter

Wolder wi'am 65 65 Lite Nougat


Wolder is a Spanish manufacturer that offers both phones as tablets aimed at the mid-range and entry. In terms of tablets, the family miTab is the most popular, while that is the wi’am the one that leads the section of smartphones, being the most recent wi’am 65 and wi’am 65 Lite.

Both the wi’am 65 as the wi’am 65 Lite are phones with specs of mid-range and entry respectively, but without compromising the metallic design. Many buyers would expect that these devices would never see Android Nougat, but luckily for them, this is not so.

Today, Wolder has announced, through a press note, that the wi’am 65 and wi’am 65 Lite will be updated to Android 7.0 Nougat during this quarter. With this gesture, the manufacturer puts its grain of sand to that monster that is the fragmentation does not grow still more.

Wolder update to the wi’am 65 and wi’am 65 Lite Android Nougat during the first quarter of this year.

The Wolder wi’am 65 is a terminal with a metallic design and specifications, among which we see a chip MediaTek Helium P10, 3 GB RAM, 32 GB of expandable storage, 5.5-inch display with FullHD and a battery of 3,000 mAh. Of course, it does not waive its sensor of fingerprint and NFC connectivity.

The Wolder wi’am 65 Lite, while still maintaining a metallic design, has some specifications are more modest. It comes with a processor of MediaTek, the MT6737, with 2 GB of RAM and 16 GB of expandable storage. Its display is 5-inch HD and comes with a battery of 2,200 mAh. This model also features, in addition, with a finger sensor.

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The news The Wolder wi’am 65 and wi’am 65 Lite will be updated to Android Nougat during the first quarter was originally published in Xataka Android by Santiago Luque .


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The Wolder wi’am 65 and wi’am 65 Lite will be updated to Android Nougat during the first quarter
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January 23, 2017


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