When you don’t want to read the news: Kia’s Optimum model comes with a free app
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When you want to make the most of your smartphone and tablet but are tired of scrolling through your feed, there’s one way to go.
Kia is launching its Optimum line of models, which will offer more than just a more efficient computing experience.
It will also offer the most advanced feature set available on a smartphone or tablet.
Kia is positioning the Optimum as a smartphone companion, but that’s just one aspect of the Optus line.
Optimum will have more features than Optus models, and it will also include some other goodies such as better WiFi connectivity, more storage, a higher-resolution display and a new voice control function.
Kias Optimum has a much better camera with a 4K resolution, as well as a 3,100mAh battery.
But what it lacks in battery life, it makes up for in features.
“The Optimum is designed for people who want to stay up-to-date on what’s happening around them, and are interested in getting the most out of their device,” Kia said in a statement.
“Our Optimum offers the best smartphone battery life in the industry with up to seven days of use.
Optimal models come with an Optimum app that lets users take advantage of Optimum features to stay connected and entertained.”
The new Optus Optimum smartphone comes in black, silver, or gold and is priced at $32,000.
Kies will sell the OptiPros in a few select countries, including Australia, France, and South Korea.
Kiatos Opti-Pro 2 will be available in China in the coming weeks.
In the meantime, the Optias Opti Pros will continue to be available at the Kia store.
When you want to make the most of your smartphone and tablet but are tired of scrolling through your feed,…