The Greeksphone connects Australia's Greek community

Gadgets / News / 19/04/2016

Nick Kangelaris, owner of the oknettv IT company, conceived a smartphone specifically designed for the Greek community living in Australia. In an attempt to address members of the Greek community who have fallen behind as regards to technological developments, he created the Greeksphone, in collaboration with ASUS. He stated that “a retired person might wish to hear and see something from his home country, an old Greek movie for example, so, as such we make a social contribution by bringing people a little closer to their beloved Greece”. The phone has pre-installed apps useful in daily life, as well as apps that bridge the distance between Greece and Australia’s Greek community, such as Greek television and radio stations, banks, websites, etc. What makes the Greeksphone unique, however, is that it features integrated video courses providing instructions on the phone’ uses by an actual Greek teacher. Apart from the videos, courses in actual classes have been arranged in New South Wales through AHEPA. The device comes in three versions, simple, enhanced, as well as a special edition for AHEPA members.

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