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Xiaomi Redmi K20 & K20 Pro Launched in India


Xiaomi Redmi K20 and the Redmi K20 Pro have been launched in India. The two smartphones are affordable flagships with impressive hardware at an affordable price. Redmi K20 price in India and Redmi K20 Pro price in India is expected to be revealed soon. Both smartphones have similar hardware.

The Redmi K20 Pro is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 SoC and the Redmi K20 has a Snapdragon 730 SoC. This is an entirely new series of Redmi phones, and perhaps an attempt by Xiaomi to break the Redmi brand's image as one of the budget phones.


Xiaomi Redmi K20 specifications

The Redmi K20 has a 6.39-inch full-HD+ AMOLED display with a 19.5:9 aspect ratio and a 91.9 percent screen-to-body ratio. The Redmi K20 is powered by a Snapdragon 730 SoC and up to 8GB of RAM along with up to 256GB storage. The smartphone features a pop-up selfie camera and an in-display fingerprint sensor.

The smartphone runs MIUI 10 based on Android 9 Pie. It has Corning Gorilla Glass 5 at the front and the back, and its display supports HDR. The Redmi K20 has a 4,000mAh battery and an 18W charger in the box. There's a triple rear camera setup at the back, with a 48-megapixel primary camera, a 13-megapixel ultra-wide sensor, and an 8-megapixel telephoto lens.

  Xiaomi Redmi K20 price in India

The Redmi K20 price in India for the 6GB RAM, 64GB storage variant is Rs. 21,999. Redmi K20 price in India for the 6GB RAM, 128GB storage variant is Rs. 23,999. The Redmi K20 will be available on Flipkart from July 22 at 12pm.

  Xiaomi Redmi K20 Pro specifications

The Redmi K20 Pro has the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 SoC and an Adreno 640 GPU. It has up to 8GB RAM and up to 256GB storage. It has a triple rear camera setup with a 48-megapixel primary sensor, 13-megapixel wide-angle sensor, and an 8-megapixel telephoto lens with 2x zoom.

The Redmi K20 Pro supports 4K video recording at 60fps, and 960fps slow-motion video recording. It has a 20-megapixel pop-up selfie camera. The Redmi K20 Pro has Corning Gorilla Glass 5 at the front and back. It has a 4,000mAh battery and ships with an 18W fast charger in the box.

The smartphone has a 6.39-inch AMOLED display and it has an in-display fingerprint sensor. It supports HDR, so you can enjoy HDR content on YouTube, Netflix, and even when gaming. It also features an always-on display. The smartphone runs MIUI 10 based on Android 9 Pie and supports a system-wide dark mode. The Redmi K20 Pro weighs 191g and has a USB Type-C port.


Xiaomi Redmi K20 Pro price in India

The Redmi K20 Pro price in India for the 6GB RAM, 128GB storage variant is Rs. 27,999. Redmi K20 Pro price in India for the 8GB RAM, 256GB storage variant is Rs. 30,999. The company is launching the 27W Sonic Charger at Rs. 999. The Redmi K20 Pro will be available on Flipkart from July 22 at 12pm. Redmi K20 Pro special edition price in India is Rs. 4.8 lakhs.

Mi Neckband Bluetooth Earphones price in India

The Mi Neckband Bluetooth Earphones were launched in India at Rs. 1,599. This pair of Bluetooth earphones promises eight hours of battery life.

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Foldable smartphone from Google has multiple pages


The foldable smartphone is the subject of 2019. Many manufacturers are currently working on the development of this new type of telephone with a flexible display. This also ensures completely new designs, so the Samsung Galaxy Fold and Huawei Mate X, announced earlier this year, have a totally different appearance. Another leading manufacturer that has a folding phone in development is Google.


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Samsung Galaxy A7 Has Three Rear Cameras & a 24-MP Selfie Camera

leaked photos of Samsung Galaxy A7

Well, this is interesting. A day after leaked photos gave us the first glimpse of the Samsung Galaxy A7 phone and its triple rear camera, the company went out and announced the phone officially.
But that means Samsung has something else in stock for its Oct. 11 unveiling, doesn't it?
Let's go back to the Galaxy A7 first.

The phone is perhaps best described as a photography-oriented mid-ranger. It's got a 6-inch, 2,220x1,080 Super AMOLED screen, an unnamed octa-core processor (which will differ by market and mobile operator), 4/6GB of RAM and 64/128GB of storage (again, depending on market and operator), a 3,300mAh battery and Android 8.0.

The cameras are another story. On the back, it has a 24-megapixel, F1.7 camera accompanied with an 8-megapixel, F2.4 ultra-wide, 120-degree sensor, and a 5-megapixel, F2.2 depth sensor (for those portrait photos). On the front, it has a single, 24-megapixel, F2.0 shooter.

All of this camera tech will allow Galaxy A7 users to do some the tricks, like adjusting bokeh effect strength as you take the photo. As seen on the Galaxy S series of phones first, the A7's main sensor can combine four pixels into one to get better photos in low-light situations, and Samsung's intelligent Scene Optimizer is also on board.
samsung galaxy a7 It's available in good old pink.
It's available in good old pink.
Samsung Galaxy A7 is available in four colors: blue, black, gold and pink. It's coming to select European and Asian markets this fall; the price has not the.
Samsung says it will "celebrate the launch" of a "new member to the galaxy family" on October 11. Could it be the, A9 with four rear cameras? We'll have to wait a few more weeks and see.

The Mobile Airbag Prevents Phone From Damage


When your flagship phone kisses floor your heart stops, to ease your moment. A German engineering student named Philip Frenzel may have the solution to save everyone some time, money, and unneeded stress. He has created the mobile airbag, a case that senses when your phone is in free fall and releases metal prongs to protect it from damage.

The design comprises a thin protective case that uses sensors to deploy metal springs whilst free falling. the metal springs can then be reinserted into the case and reused. Frenzel’s invention recently won Germany's mechatronic prize for 2018. The Aalen university student plans to launch a Kickstarter for the project next month.

           


The story of the award-worthy bachelor thesis begins with a jacket casually thrown over a banister, a brand new smartphone in the jacket pocket, the free fall of the new smartphone a whole floor below and a "spider Screen".

 The expensive replacement of the fragmented display worked for a full two weeks, then everything was black again - and the iPhone just scrap. "The crash caused all the electronics to break down," Said in an interview. Philip Frenzel, who is currently completing his mechatronics master's degree at Aalen University. 

For the follower phone had a more stable protection ago, that much was certain. But the 25-year-old was not satisfied with his research at the time. "Packing the iPhone with its aesthetic design in a chunky outdoor shell is not fun," says Frenzel and laughs.

 And since it is well known that he was inventive and did not let go of the problem of splintered cell phone displays, he sat down at the local workbench in the basement, "to try hard on the brain".

 Meanwhile, four years later, the result of this effort has flowed into a prize-worthy bachelor thesis and applied for a patent.

HTC Is Quitting from Smartphone Market In India


HTC has been struggling a lot lately, with their sales dropping to an all-time low. India, which is the biggest market for smartphone manufacturers, has seen itself being largely dominated by Chinese giants such as Xiaomi, Honor, and OnePlus. As it result, it has prompted HTC to call it a day on the Indian smartphone market.

As reported by Economic TimesHTC is finally exiting the Indian market, following the rise of the Chinese brands in the subcontinent

HTC India’s top management, which includes country head Faisal Siddiqui, sales head Vijay Balachandran and product head R Nayyar, have all submitted their resignations, as stated by three senior executives in the company. The company has also asked its 70-80 member team to leave with a few exceptions such as chief financial officer Rajeev Tayal. It is also snapping all distribution agreements in the country after halting local manufacturing for almost a year now.
That being said, HTC isn’t demolishing the Indian business completely, but instead, will function as a small entity. “It plans to sell virtual reality devices online with Taiwan completely controlling Indian operation. This will be like an extremely small business.” Additionally, there are plans of the company entering the market as an online-only brand, which remains subject to the company being able to turnaround sales globally.
However, dissolving the company is not going to be that easy for them, since HTC has a lot of troubles headed their way. A lot of distributors planning to take legal action for non-payment of dues and not compensating for the stock in trade pipeline, with people stating that “HTC owes money in several crores”.
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In a response to this, an HTC spokesperson said that they are aware of the potential dispute. “We are working with channel partners to ensure no disruption on business and service to our customers”
However, in an official statement, HTC has confirmed to Gadgets 360 that it has decided let go of a major chunk of its Indian workforce to achieve efficiency in operation. The company adds that ‘more than 10 employees’ will continue to overlook their Indian plans, while they realign resources against its key strategic initiatives.

And most importantly, no, it’s not exiting the market and will continue to sell its phones in India.

Nokia X5 or Nokia 5.1 Plus launch today: Expected price, specifications and features


Nokia X5 or Nokia 5.1 Plus will launch in China on July 18, which is today. HMD Global confirmed the launch in a Weibo post. The smartphone is expected to make a global debut, unlike the Nokia X6, which is limited to China. Ahead of July 18 launch, we are seeing more leaks around the upcoming Nokia phone. Nokia X5 was spotted on Chinese Telecom Authority TENAA, which has revealed design details and specifications of the device.
Nokia X5 will sport a notch on top of the display and come with 19:9 aspect ratio screen. Notably, Nokia X6 was the first Nokia device to sport an iPhone X-like notch. Nokia X5 will reportedly feature a design similar to Nokia X6. The pricing details of Nokia 5.1 Plus has also been leaked. Here is everything we know about Nokia X5 or Nokia 5.1 Plus so far
Nokia X5 will make its debut in China on today or July 18. The launch event, which starts at 2 PM CST (11:30 AM IST), will also be streamed live. Nokia 5.1 Plus launch was previously set for July 11. However, HMD Global cited that it had canceled the event due to some issues with the venue. July 18 for the launch of Nokia X5 was later confirmed by the company in a Weibo post.
Nokia X5 or Nokia 5.1 Plus expected price
As for the pricing, a post on Chinese social media site Baidu suggests that Nokia X5 will be made available at a price less than Yuan 1,000 (Rs 10,200 approx). A separate report claims that Nokia 5.1 Plus will be priced at Yuan 799 (approximately Rs 8,200) for the 32GB storage model. The 64GB storage model will likely be priced at Yuan 999, which is around Rs 10,300 on conversion.
Nokia X5 or Nokia 5.1 Plus specifications and features
Nokia X5 or Nokia 5.1 Plus is expected to feature a 5.86-inch HD+ display with a resolution of 1520 x 720 pixels. The screen will have a notch on top and an aspect ratio of 19:9. The phone is said to be powered by MediaTek Helio P60 processor paired with either 3GB, 4GB or 6GB RAM. Nokia X5 is tipped to come in two storage options- 32GB/64GB native storage.
On the camera front, Nokia X5 is said to sport dual rear cameras – a combination of 13MP primary sensor and a 5MP secondary sensor. There will an 8MP front camera sensor for selfies. Nokia X5 is expected to run Android Oreo and pack a 3000mAh battery. Connectivity options include Wi-Fi, Bluetooth capabilities, a micro-USB port, and 4G VoLTE support. Sensors on the device include an accelerometer, ambient light sensor, and proximity sensor, besides the fingerprint scanner.
Nokia X5 image renders was spotted by SuomiMobiili.fi on Chinese social media website Baidu. The site claims that bezels on Nokia X5 will be thicker than Nokia X6, though the phone will continue with a 19:9 aspect ratio screen. Nokia X5 or Nokia 5.1 Plus is expected to sport vertically stacked dual rear cameras. Below the rear camera lens and LED flash unit, will be a circular fingerprint sensor followed by Nokia branding. The front camera sensor on Nokia X5 will be embedded in the notch