In a recent interview with the Guardian, H.K.V.P. CEO and founder of H.E.K., Mr. Khaldun Khaldoon, said that, “The first one is for people who can afford it and it is for everyone else.
And the second one is only for people with a smartphone and tablets.
I think the latter is the right one for everyone.”
The H. E.
K smartphone and tablet are the same and have the same capabilities as the Kindle.
Both tablets and smartphones can also be used to read articles from Google News and Amazon.
The main difference between the devices is that the smartphone can read photos and videos and videos can be stored on the smartphone.
E, a small and small start-up based in Dhaka, Bangladesh, is the only Indian company to offer a smartphone that can read news articles from news sources like the Times of India and Al Jazeera English, the Times reported.
The smartphone, which can read text from 4GB to 6GB of storage, is compatible with the H.I.P., the Google Android smartphone.
It can also play videos and photos on it.
The device is priced at Rs. 4,999, and has a 4-inch screen with a resolution of 1080 x 1920 pixels, a 1.2GHz processor and 4GB of RAM.
It has a 12MP camera with phase detection autofocus, a 13MP selfie camera and a 3MP front-facing camera.
K.V., which is the company’s first device, was launched in 2016.
It comes with a microSD card slot and supports up to 32GB of memory.
The company has sold 2.5 million smartphones.