HMD Global, the company that now bears the Nokia brand, said the success of Nokia phones in India would be a “proof of concept” for the company. Speaking to Gadgets 360, HMD Global Chief Product Officer Juho Sarvikas said India was the first research market. He explained: “If we can win the hearts and minds of Indian consumers with our story, then I’m not worried about our global story.” However, there is still no official word on the launch date and prices of the Nokia 3, Nokia 5, Nokia 6, and Nokia 3310 (2017) phones in India.

WhatsApp’s encrypted iCloud backups could be thwarted, hackers claim WhatsApp introduced encryption in its iCloud backups last year, but Russia-based forensics firm Oxygen claims it has a solution. It claims that it can access the encrypted WhatsApp data by using a SIM card with the same phone number as the user’s, although they still need to get into your iCloud account in the first place. On the other hand, if you have two-factor authentication enabled, you should be fine.

OnePlus 5 teased as OnePlus 3T 128GB has seemingly been discontinued. Chinese manufacturer OnePlus confirmed that OnePlus 5 would arrive late last week in the summer, and now it has started teasing the device, posting a message on its Weibo website. Account. In another leak on the social network, sketches of the phone have surfaced, which suggest a dual camera on the front and back. It also appears to have a curved back, with a USB Type-C port and headphone jack on the bottom of the new phone.

In addition, the higher-capacity 128GB variant of the OnePlus 3T is no longer available on the OnePlus website and Amazon India. When reached for comment, a OnePlus spokesperson said it was just out of stock and hadn’t been phased out. The 128GB variant has been discontinued in other parts of the world.

Amazon Prime discount on Samsung Galaxy C7 Pro, HTC U Play gets Rs. Price cut of 10,000 Two phones that arrived earlier this year have received price cuts on Amazon India. The first is Samsung’s Galaxy C7 Pro, now available at a discount of Rs. 2,000, so it’s dropped from Rs. 27,990 to Rs. 25,990. There is one caveat, though, you must be a Prime member to take advantage of this discount. The Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow-based Samsung Galaxy C7 Pro has an all-metal body, 5.7-inch full-HD display, 2.2GHz Snapdragon 626 processor, 4GB RAM, 64GB internal storage, up to 256GB microSD card support, fingerprint sensor, 3300mAh battery and 16-megapixel front and rear cameras.

The second is the HTC U Play, which launched in February for Rs. 39,990. It has now fallen to Rs. 29,990 – a price drop of Rs. 10,000 – equivalent to a 25 percent discount. It’s open to everyone, so you don’t need Amazon Prime. HTC U Play is available with free EMIs. Buyers using the EMI option with a credit card can go up to Rs. 2,300 Amazon Pay balance and annual accidental and liquid damage insurance. The smartphone has a 5.2-inch full-HD display, MediaTek Helio P10 processor, 4 GB RAM, 64 GB internal storage, up to 2 TB storage expansion, 16-megapixel cameras on the front and back, and a battery of 2500 mAh

Google Chrome for Android makes it easier to save offline. A new update to Google Chrome for Android provides easier access to the app’s offline save feature. Now all you need to do is press and hold a link and choose Download Page Later from the options presented to you. The choice is available even with suggested articles and when a page is not loading. When you open a new tab, the downloaded articles will have an offline badge next to them. The Google Chrome update also makes it easier to view them.

Google’s Fuchsia OS Appears in Video Leak Google’s mysterious Fuchsia OS, which started as code on GitHub last year, has now leaked out in new images and video, giving us a glimpse of what the company appears to be building as some amalgamation of its two existing properties, Android and Chrome OS. But unlike those two, Fuchsia is not based on a Linux kernel. It’s still very early to speculate on how this could be a combined vision for smartphones, tablets, and computers, but maybe we’ll discover something at Google I/O next week.

Facebook suffered a temporary outage around the world. Facebook disrupted some of its core services – its main website and Messenger app – in Asia, Australia, New Zealand, and some parts of North America on Tuesday. A Facebook spokesperson confirmed to TechCrunch that this resulted from a technical issue, which had been resolved. As always, users took to Twitter to complain about the incident.

Qualcomm announces mid-range Snapdragon 630, 660 At an event in Singapore, Qualcomm announced upgrades to its mid-range processor chips, in Snapdragon 630 and Snapdragon 660. Both are capable of 4K video capture and support up to 8GB of memory. . And while the 630 can drive a full-HD display, the 660 is capable of quad-HD (2K).

In terms of graphics performance, the 630 and 660 have a 30 percent improvement over their predecessors, the 625 and 653, respectively. They also come with Qualcomm’s patented Quick Charge 4.0 technology, which gives you a 50 percent battery life. In less than 15 minutes. Qualcomm said it expects the first devices to use the Snapdragon 660 sometime in June, with the Snapdragon 630 coming later in the third quarter.

Battery life is usually at the top of the list for most users, meaning brands can easily impress if they have the edge over their competition. Chinese manufacturer Oukitel rode that wave in 2015 and is back with a minor change – the new phone is called K10000 Pro. The Oukitel K10000 Pro has a 10,000 mAh battery, which is expected to be released in June.

The difference is not in the size of the battery, which is why the name still bears that ‘10000’. Instead, Oukitel will provide a 12V/2A flash charger with your purchase, giving you a full charge in about three hours. As for the specs, the K10000 has a full-HD 5.5-inch display, an octa-core 1.5GHz MediaTek MT6750T chip, and 3GB of memory. Thanks to the gigantic battery inside, it weighs 292 g. The storage has been bumped up to 32GB, and there’s even a fingerprint scanner on the back.

Intex Aqua A4 launched for Rs. 4199; Swipe Elite Star will get Rs. 3,699 gold variants. If you’re looking for an entry-level Android phone, two new contenders are in the mix. Delhi-based Intex has launched the Aqua A4, culminating in support for 4G VoLTE (read: Jio) and Android 7.0 ‘Nougat’‘. It costs Rs. 4,199 and has support for two SIM cards.

The Intex Aqua A4 has a 480p display and is powered by a 1.3GHz quad-core Spreadtrum SC9832 chip with only 1GB of memory. It comes with 8 GB of storage, expandable up to 64 GB with a microSD card. The new Intex phone has a 5-megapixel fixed focus camera on the back and a 2-megapixel camera on the front. It has a 1,750 mAh battery, which Intex says should give you 4-6 hours of talk time.

Swipe’s announcement is a new variant of its Elite Star, which landed in December. The company upgraded the phone to 16GB, but the new Gold color variant is 8 GB. It is available at Rs. 3,699 via Flipkart, which is surprisingly more than the 8GB variant in black and white colors. All other details were already known, and you can find them here.

Nubia Z17 leak suggests the phone will have 8GB of storage. A screenshot taken by a Weibo user in China reveals that the upcoming phone – after the Z17 mini launched last month – may have two memory and storage variants, 6GB + 64GB and 8GB + 128GB.

The leaked Nubia Z17 images reveal a nearly bezel-less display and a, acamera setup on the back, with aandgerprint scanner underneath. The Z17 has a 5.5-inch collection, is powered by a Snapdragon 835, has a 23-megapixel and 12-megapixel rear camera, and runs Android 7.1.1 “Nougat.” Those specs put it next to other manufacturers’ flagships.


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