We’re at the end of another week, and September also sees its first week draw to a close. Next week has some exciting launches coming, including the new Apple iPhones, but for now, we’ll cover what already done. Today, we saw news from Nokia, Xiaomi, Airtel and popular game PUBG Mobile. Here’s the daily news wrap for September 7.
Nokia 9 could sport five cameras at the back
Like it used to be in the old days, Nokia could well be looking to put an end to the numbers game in smartphone cameras. While dual-camera setups and triple-camera setups are the current talk of the town, a new leak suggests that the Nokia 9 could come with an unprecedented five-camera setup. The specific functions of each individual camera are unknown for now, though.
Xiaomi wants to reduce the gap between online and offline availability of its phones
Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi remains online-focused, but is reportedly taking steps to brings its smartphones to the offline segment fast than it already does. In the coming months, we could see Xiaomi push its presence in the offline segment considerably, as it takes the fight for market leadership in India to Samsung.
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Airtel could regain number one spot in India soon
Although Vodafone Idea Ltd is now the largest mobile operator in India in terms of subscribers and revenue market share, a report suggests that long-time leader Airtel could regain the first position by revenue within the next 2-3 quarters. Airtel has for long been the leader operator in the country, but the recent merger of Vodafone and Idea Cellular pushed the Sunil Mittal-led company to number two.
PUBG Mobile 0.8.0 coming soon
The next version of PUBG Mobile, v0.8.0, is on the way. It’s already available in beta though, and we have an idea of what to expect. You get the new Sanhok map, a new weapon and two new vehicles, along with other improvements.