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  • Google Shopping launched in India

    Google Shopping, a new interface designed to compare prices and offers of various products from different retailers, is now live for users in India. The Google Shopping homepage will show relevant products to users across a wide range of categories which include electronics, apparels & accessories, shoes, cosmetics, sports supplements, etc. Clicking on a specific […]

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  • Honor Band 4 India sale begins soon

    The Honor Band 4 fitness tracker will go on sale in India from December 24, 2018, as an Amazon-exclusive offering. While the price is not yet revealed, we expect the Honor Band 4 to be priced around Rs 2,000 so that it can go head-on against the immensely popular Xiaomi Mi Band 3. Coming to […]

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  • Huawei Nova 4 revealed in official renders

    Huawei’s much-anticipated Nova 4, which will be the second device in the world with a punch hole camera after the Galaxy A8s, has been leaked in official renders before its December 17 debut. The leaks show an almost bezel-less front along with camera hole on the upper left corner. Then, the rear looks quite identical […]

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  • Samsung to supply 2019 iPhones with cheaper OLED displays

    Apple sources the OLED screens of the iPhone X, XS and XS Max from Samsung, which do not come cheap. However, this might change soon as a report suggests that Samsung is now offering Apple its Y-Octa panels. These panels use in-cell touch technology allowing thinner, lighter and more cost-effective screens. In fact, Samsung uses […]

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  • MediaTek Helio P90 announced

    Taiwanese semiconductor brand MediaTek has unveiled its latest Helio P90 SoC which aims to bring flagship-grade performance to mid-range phones. Based on a 12 nm FinFET process, the P90 is an octa-core processor which consists of 2 ARM Cortex A75 CPUs clocked at 2.2 GHz and 6 ARM Cortex A55 CPUs that work at 2.0 […]

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  • OnePlus 6T McLaren Edition launched at Rs 50,999

    The OnePlus 6T McLaren Edition, at Rs 50,999, is the most expensive OnePlus phone ever and will be sold via Amazon India from December 15. However, it does come with superior specs to back that price up. Developed with the iconic British supercar maker Mclaren, this 6T features a whopping 10GB of RAM, up from […]

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  • Indians install 51 apps on their phones but use only 24

    Smartphone users in India have anywhere between 5 to 207 apps installed on their devices, which comes out to an average of 51 apps per phone. This research has been conducted by techARC, which also states that even though the average number of apps installed is 51, people just use 24 apps on a frequent […]

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  • Vivo’s new NEX has 2 screens, 3 cameras

    The Vivo NEX Dual Display Edition is a new smartphone with two AMOLED screens – one on the front and other on the back. Vivo has adopted the dual screen layout in order to get rid of bezels without adopting a display notch or using moving parts (like those on the original NEX). The main […]

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  • OnePlus 6T McLaren Edition debuts with 10GB RAM, Warp Charge

    The OnePlus 6T McLaren Edition has gone official and it’s more than just a regular 6T with a McLaren branded back panel. The McLaren Edition maxes out the already high-end specs of the OnePlus 6T. Here, there is 10GB of RAM – first on a OnePlus. Then, there’s a brand new charging technology called Warp […]

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  • Asus Zenfone Max M2, Zenfone Max Pro M2 launched

    Asus has launched the much anticipated Zenfone Max Pro M2 along with the more budget oriented Zenfone Max M2 in India. Both these phones rock a 6.25-inch notched display, but the regular M2 has HD+ resolution as compared to FHD+ of the Pro M2. Then, the former is powered by a Snapdragon 632 SoC, while […]

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