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Mi A2 Launched by Xiaomi, Price Starts at EUR 249

Mi A2 Launched By Xiaomi, Price Starts At EUR 249
The Mi A2 and Mi A2 Lite launch event has started, with Xiaomi executives taking the stage to kick off the global event. With the Mi A2 and Mi A2 Lite going official, Xiaomi has started giving details of the smartphone. The devices have a metal unibody design with an arc structure that the company claims make it easier to hold the phones.  USB Type-C, 7.3mm thickness, and 2.5D Gorilla Glass 5 are some of the key features of the smartphones. Mi A2 and Mi A2 Lite will come in Gold, Blue, and Black colour options. The battery has been optimised using AI to ensure it delivers day-long battery life, and the phone will get Google's new navigation system with the next software update. The smartphones also have the AI-powered dual camera setup, a staple for affordable smartphones nowadays. Mi A2 camera's 12-megapixel primary camera has 1.25-micron pixel size and a secondary 20-megapixel  2-micron 4-in-1 Super Pixel for better lowlight im…

Honor 9N India Launch Set for Today

Honor 9N India Launch Set for Today

Honor 9N is all set to launch in India today, at an event in New Delhi that kicks off at 11:30am IST. The smartphone will be a Flipkart exclusive, the company announced last week, as well as revealing that it will have a 'Notch FullView' display, referring to the display notch, and the bezel-less display design with an 19:9 aspect ratio.  The Honor 9N is expected to be the India variant of the Honor 9i (2018) model that was launched in China last month as the successor the Honor 9i that arrived in India in October last year.  Honor 9N Price The Honor 9N price in India is expected to be at par with the China price of the Honor 9i (2018), which was launched in two variants - 64GB inbuilt storage at CNY 1,399 (roughly Rs. 14,600), and 128GB storage at CNY 1,699 (roughly Rs. 17,800). Huawei 9N Specifications As we mentioned, we can expect the Honor 9N to have nearly the same specifications as the Honor 9i (2018). If that's indeed the case, it will…

Oppo F9 and F9 Pro With Clinch Bluetooth Certification

Oppo F9 and F9 Pro clinch Bluetooth certification, may launch in August
Interestingly, new OPPO models have just gotten Bluetooth certification (version 4.2). The devices are listed with the model numbers CPH 1823, CPH 1825, CPH 1881 of which the CPH 1823 is thought to be OPPO F9 or OPPO F9 Pro. The Bluetooth certification document clearly confirms the presence of a second model named F9 Pro.
The OPPO F7 smartphone which was launched this year March would be having a successor really soon. The successor is coming with the name “OPPO F9” and recent teaser from OPPO suggest that the smartphone would be coming in August which is a month from now.
For now, we can’t tell the difference but the devices sport the same Bluetooth module as the  OPPO F7, OPPO F7 Youth, OPPO R15 and Realme 1. From this, the device is most likely to be fuelled by the chipset on the other devices which is the (MT 6771) MediaTek Helio P60 chipset.

Five Ways Foldable Phones Could Change The Game

Five Ways Foldable Phones Could Change The Game
Five Ways Foldable Phones Could Change The Game,Foldable phones have been around the corner for years: we’ve seen patents, prototypes, manufacturing and rumors. Heck, Samsung’s mobile chief has even talked openly about the company’s progress with foldable displays. The flexible phone chatter of the last few months has had a different feel, though. It looks like 2019 could be the year the floodgates open. TE has already launched one product in the “folding” category: 2017’s ZTE Axon M. Unlike that device, which has two separate displays and folds in the middle, the new breed of phones is expected to set the world alight with single, flexible screens.
New ways to interact For the past few years, manufacturers made smartphones better, with more RAM, nicer cameras, and faster processors in each new iteration. Barring some minor exceptions like the fingerprint scanner (which I’m told will, one day, be the way to pay for stuff at the store), nothi…