The Nokia 6 is attracting a lot of interest in India. The smartphone has attracted more than 1 million registrations on Amazon India, with the smartphone going on sale from August 23. The registrations for sale started on July 14, so the smartphone has attracted many registrations in just under a month. Of course, registrations for sale do not always translate into a purchase. Anyone can enter their email address and register for the deal without even intending to buy the Nokia 6. However, it is the only statistic we currently have to measure the interest in the smartphone, so let’s assume that many people want to buy the smartphone.

The Nokia 6 has a 5.5-inch full-HD 2.5D display with Corning Gorilla Glass protection and a fingerprint sensor. The handset has a built-in storage of 32 GB, supports microSD cards up to 128 GB, and has a battery of 3000 mAh. It is powered by a Snapdragon 430 SoC coupled with 3GB of RAM. The Nokia 6 runs on Android 7.0 Nougat. It has a 16-megapixel sensor on the back while the front camera has a resolution of 8-megapixel, and both come with an f/2.0 aperture.

Nokia 6

Amazon India includes Nokia 6 Rs launch offers for those looking to buy the phone. 1,000 cashback for Amazon Prime users when they buy the device with an Amazon Pay balance. Vodafone users will get 10 GB of data per month at Rs. 249 monthly for five months on their Nokia 6. All buyers will also get an 80 percent discount on Kindle eBooks (up to Rs. 300) and Rs. 2,500 discount on (Rs. 1,800 on hotels and Rs.700 discount on domestic flights).

Here’s everything else that has made the news in the world of technology today.

RCom introduces Rs. 299 rental plan with unlimited calls; data. Don’t be left behind Reliance Jio and its Rs. 399 Jio Dhan Dhana Dhan Offer; Reliance Communications has announced its all-new Rs. 299 rental plan for its subscribers. The company claims this is its lowest rate ever. The plan offers unlimited calling, texting, and data. However, the exact details of the new lease plan are not yet available. RCom subscribers can visit to take advantage of the new offer.

Does WhatsApp get UPI payments and photo filters? WhatsApp planned to introduce a payment feature by the end of the year, and it looks like India’s 200 million users won’t have long to wait. The WhatsApp UPI integration was spotted in the Android app’s beta version (2.17.285). Popular messaging services, including WeChat and Hike Messenger, already support payment services. Still, WhatsApp jumping into the fray is a much bigger deal considering the app is hugely popular in India.

Another notable feature of WhatsApp is photo filters that iPhone users have been playing with since June. However, Android users have yet to receive this feature, and now it has been briefly spotted in beta, hinting at its imminent arrival.

Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 gets Android 7.0 NougatXiaomi has started rolling out the Android 7.0 Nougat update for Redmi Note 4 users, including those in India. The update will arrive via OTA; if you haven’t received it yet, don’t worry; the rollout will be phased. Interestingly, the Android 7.0 Nougat update is not based on MIUI 9. Gadgets 360 can confirm that users in India will receive the Android 7.0 Nougat update based on MIUI version 8.5. In other Xiaomi news, the Mi 5X 64GB, launched a few weeks ago in China, now has a much cheaper 32GB variant.

Flipkart Announces SoftBank Funding, Has More Than $4 Billion in CashFlipkart announced an investment from the SoftBank Vision Fund as part of Flipkart’s previously announced funding round. In its statement, Flipkart pointed out that this is the largest private investment ever in an Indian technology company and that the SoftBank Vision Fund will become one of Flipkart’s largest shareholders. With this, the company said that Flipkart now has more than $4 billion (approximately Rs. 25,585 crores) in cash on its balance sheet. This includes the rest of the funds raised in the latest round, including investments from Microsoft, eBay, and Tencent.

iPhone 8 design leaked again. New photos of the iPhone 8, iPhone 7s, and iPhone 7s Plus have surfaced, giving us a better idea of ​​their designs. The HomePod code leak has been a goldmine for tipsters and has revealed a lot of information about the iPhone 8. The iPhone 8 would automatically mute notifications if the user stares at the screen, thanks to the face unlock sensor. The code also points to a camera that can record 240 frames per second on video at 1080p resolution — a significant quality improvement if true. We also discussed all the iPhone leaks and what the iPhone 8 means for India on Orbital, our must-listen weekly podcast for a deep dive into Apple’s plans in India.

There is no shortage of leaks and reports surrounding the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 8. The latest rumors claim that the smartphone may have its version of 3D Touch, a technology in most iPhones. Another report says that the new Galaxy Note 8 could be available for pre-order from September 1. The Samsung Galaxy S8 does not have a physical home button but features on-screen navigation keys. Samsung Note 8 may have a pressure-sensitive display. The pressure-sensitive display allows the company to add some cool new features to the Note 8.

FaceApp has been in the news before for its interesting features, like adding a smile to a person’s face, seeing what they would look like if they were older or younger, and even allowing them to change the person’s gender. In the picture. The company recently added a new feature that lets you change the person’s ethnicity in the photo, and the results were quite surprising. The app allowed you to choose four options: Indian, Black, Asian, and Caucasian. FaceApp adds an ‘Indian’ filter and then removes it. As expected, the makers had to deal with a backlash they hadn’t expected. Rest assured, the developers have released the new feature from the app.


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