Xiaomi today launched the Redmi Note 4, the successor to its best selling smartphone ever, the Redmi Note 3. The Redmi Note 4 offers the same affordable price as the Redmi Note 3 while improving its performance across battery, camera and even design. The smartphone has been launched in three variants -- starting with 2GB RAM and 32GB storage priced at Rs 9,999; 3GB RAM and 32GB of storage at Rs 10,999 and a high-end 4GB RAM with 64GB storage variant priced at Rs 12,999.
As expected, Huawei's sub-brand Honor has launched the V10 smartphone in China today. The smartphone is currently available for pre-orders in China, and will be available for purchase starting December 5. The Honor V10 flaunts a metal body, and buyers will be able to choose from four color options of blue, black, gold and red.
Net neutrality has been dug out of its grave and it's back in the US causing protests and backlash from the public. What caused this was a 210-page document titled "Restoring Internet Freedom" released by The Federal Communications Communications (FCC). Contrary to what the PDF's title says, this move is being seen as an end
Aiming to make an impact among the biggies is DigiTek with its DBS 004 Bluetooth speaker. Launched last month, the DigiTek DBS 004 is priced at Rs 1,595 and is available for purchase via online platforms. The DigiTek DBS 004 Bluetooth speaker is small and compact which fits in the palm of your hands. We have been using the Bluetooth speaker for some time and here's our review of it.
The most popular smartphone segment in India is undoubtedly, the budget segment. Companies like Xiaomi, Motorola, and Micromax among others have influenced the masses by packing features and specifications at attractive prices. Japanese bred Panasonic aims to shake this very budget segment with its two new category killer smartphones - the Eluga Ray 500 and Eluga Ray 700.
The Moto X4 had received an official launch date for September 2 in the Philippines, although the smartphone s launch date had been speculated since May with the last possible date being August 24. It now looks like Lenovo-owned Motorola will be launching the Moto X4 at IFA 2017. Although Motorola doesn t have an event lined up for IFA 2017, a booth titled Moto X4 has been spotted at the event venue in Berlin, Germany.
It was an interesting week for the tech industry where we saw some major announcements. It started with the Redmi Note 5A launch in China, followed by the official release of Android 8.0 Oreo for Google Pixel and Nexus smartphones. After the infamous Galaxy Note 7 battery fiasco, Samsung has launched its successor, the Galaxy Note 8 with dual camera setup. The 'effectively free' JioPhone also went on pre-orders and you can book it online or via offline channels. Here's a closer look at the top stories of the week.
The LG Q8 is now available for purchase in South Korea. The smartphone was quietly unveiled in July, and it has gone on sale for the first time. Touted as an affordable version of the LG V20, the LG Q8 sports a similar look and retains the secondary display and dual-camera setup. The smartphone is priced at KRW 616,000 (approximately Rs 35,100), and comes in two color options of Urban Titan and Sweet Pink.
The Samsung Galaxy S8+ with 6GB RAM and 128GB storage has received a price cut again. This high-end variant of the Galaxy S8+ was launched in India back in June for a price of Rs 74,900. Back in July, the smartphone s price was slashed by Rs 4,000 bringing it down to Rs 70,900. This time Samsung has reduced the price by Rs 5,000. The smartphone is available for purchase with the discounted price of 65,900 in Midnight Black color on Samsung s e-store.
Lenovo-backed Motorola was expected to launch the Moto X4 on August 24, but that didn t happen. However, the smartphone was recently certified by the FCC in the US. The FCC listing reveals the model number of the Moto X4 which is XT-1900-1 along with its specifications and features. The details are in accordance with past rumors that we have come across.