Xiaomi is expected to price Redmi Note 7 aggressively in India. The smartphone is priced at CNY 999 (roughly Rs 10,500) in China for the 3GB variant.
The Chinese smartphone maker announced the limited time price cut via a tweet from the official Redmi India Twitter account.
The pop-up camera on Samsung Galaxy A90 will be similar to the one seen on Vivo NEX. Rest of the details about the phone are not available as the device is only expected to launch by the end of the year. The rumoured specs for Galaxy A90 suggest it to be a device with 6GB to 8GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage.
Oppo K1 is set to be launched in India on February 6. Flipkart has confirmed the launch through a dedicated microsite just days after posting a teaser. The Oppo K1 sporting an in-display fingerprint sensor was unveiled in China back in October last year. It also has a Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 SoC under the hood, along with up to 6GB RAM. Oppo has also provided a 25-megapixel selfie camera to make the K1 capable enough to compete against other phones in the sub-Rs. 20,000 price segment.
Most users have taken to the OnePlus forums and Reddit to complain about this issue. They are experiencing distorted, low-quality, and tinny audio while using third-party apps like Snapchat, Facebook Messenger, and WhatsApp – especially during audio and video calls. Interestingly, not all third-party apps are affected by this issue, for example, audio on Instagram works absolutely fine.
A bug in Apple’s Group FaceTime video-calling feature that raised a major privacy and security scare among users was first discovered by a 14-year-old schoolboy in Arizona, his mother has said. In a tweet, Michele G Thompson, a lawyer, said her son “can listen in to your iPhone/iPad without your approval.”
Redmi Note 7 launch event in China saw Xiaomi announce that the Redmi Note 7 Pro with a 48-megapixel Sony IMX86 sensor will also be launched a bit later. In order to gauge customer expectations, the new Redmi sub-brand head Lu Weibing asked on a social media site if the fans had any particular hopes from the Redmi Note 7 Pro.
Nokia 3.1 ₹ 8,298 and Nokia 6.1 ₹ 11,499 price in India have been dropped, HMD Global confirmed to Gadgets 360 on Tuesday. With the new move, the Nokia 3.1 price in the country now comes at Rs. 8,999, while the Nokia 6.1 aka Nokia 6 (2018) price slashed to as low as Rs. 11,999. The latest price cut comes just days after HMD Global reduced the price of the Nokia 3.1 Plus in the country. The Finnish company also recently started selling the Nokia 5.1 Plus and Nokia 6.1 Plus ₹ 14,789 through offline stores in the country.
In the few days back, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg announced that India’s much loved messaging service, WhatsApp, would be integrated with that of Messenger and Instagram in a bit to beef up the encryption on these apps. WhatsApp’s biggest market, however, is probably more excited about the latest features that will get enabled, both on mobile and the web version.