The Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 has leaked again. This time, an image via Weibo suggests that the smartphone will run MIUI based on Android 7.1.2 Nougat and powered by a Snapdragon 625 SoC. Most notably, it has a 5.99-inch display and is the first Redmi smartphone to feature an 18:9 aspect ratio with a 1080 x 2160 pixels resolution. There is also a 4000mAh battery and a 12MP camera on the back.

There may be two variants of the phone at launch: 3 GB RAM with 32 GB storage and 4 GB RAM with 64 GB storage. It will likely support dual SIM cards in a hybrid SIM slot configuration. Some of the other rumors include a 5-megapixel front camera.

Xiaomi India teases that’ Desh ka Smartphone’ will have great battery life; Redmi 5A expects life – pointing to a large battery or optimized software in the form of MIUI 9. Speculation suggests that the Xiaomi Redmi 5A is the main candidate for launch on November 30. The reasons are plenty. First up is that the handle of Redmi India was used to tweet, revealing that it would be a Redmi-branded device. Second is the price – CNY 599 (about Rs. 5,800). A third reason for this is battery life – Xiaomi says it will offer up to 8 days of battery life. It also runs MIUI 9 out of the box.

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Xiaomi India cuts prices of Mi accessories thanks to GST implementation. Xiaomi has announced that it will pass on the benefits of a lower price on its accessories due to a reduction in the GST (Goods and Services Tax) rate to consumers. The Mi Power Bank, Mi Business Backpack, Mi Charger, and other accessories are seeing a price overhaul. The 10000mAh Mi Power Bank 2 is now available for Rs. 1,099 (originally priced at Rs. 1,199), and the 20000mAh Mi Power Bank 2 costs Rs. 1,999 (previously known for Rs. 2,199). The price drop also applies to Mi Business Backpack, which has arrived in the country for Rs. 1,499. It is now available for Rs. 1,299. View the new prices for all Mi accessories and phone cases here.

Jio Effect: Aircel Launches New Unlimited Voice Call Packages With Data Benefits The impact of Reliance Jio’s low rates is far from over. Aircel has announced new rates for subscribers in Mumbai. They are available for existing and new prepaid customers. Current Aircel users can get unlimited local and STD calls and 2G data for Rs. 199 for 28 days. New customers can get the same benefits for Rs. 178 for 28 days. If unlimited calling isn’t critical to you, existing customers can get local, and STD voice calls for a year for 20 paise per minute by charging with the Rs. 78 packs. New subscribers can enjoy the same 20-paisa voice calling benefit plus 2GB of 2G data and talk time worth Rs for the first six months. 70 with a top-up of Rs. 88. Relative Reliance Jio offers 49 days of unlimited calling and 1 GB of data per day at Rs. 309. Airtel has a similar offer for Rs. 349 but for 28 days.

OnePlus 5T sold out within 5 minutes in the second Early Access sale on Amazon India The OnePlus 5T sold out within five minutes of the one-hour preview sale on Amazon India this Friday. The phone was also available from OnePlus India’s online store and was open to all customers on both platforms. “We have seen an unprecedented response from customers too early access sales both in India and worldwide. Hundreds of fans stormed our ‘Experience Stores’ in Bengaluru and Delhi,” said Vikas Agarwal, General Manager, OnePlus India, in a statement. “We are pleased to announce that OnePlus 5T will go on sale from November 28 through all channels, including Amazon. In, one plus store. In selected Croma stores, and ‘Experience Stores’ in Bengaluru and Delhi,” added Agarwal. To.

The company said that the company’s OnePlus 5T also broke the company’s launch day sales record on its first early access sale on November 21, becoming the company’s fastest-selling device in six hours. During the first early access sale in India, Amazon said the OnePlus 5T became the most profitable single-day product for Amazon Prime members.

Black Friday deals: the best deals from Amazon, Best Buy, and other sales; OnePlus says ‘no’ to Black Friday sales and offers $0.01 off. Black Friday sees an assortment of discounts on tech from the likes of Amazon and Best Buy. Some great deals include price drops on the Sonos Play 1, which is now $149 instead of $199. It works well with Amazon Alexa and can be easily set up over Wi-Fi. Thehe Sony MDR1000X wireless headphones now cost $228.99 at Best Buy compared to their original price of $399.99. The headphones have adaptive noise-canceling features and a battery that promises up to 20 hours of use. In terms of sound, it competes with Bose QC35. You can check out all the deals here, and if you’re wondering how to order and ship your purchases to India, this handy guide is here to help.

And while every retailer is vying for your Black Friday cash, don’t expect the OnePlus 5T to get a discount or at least a substantial discount. There is only a discount of GBP/EUR/USD 0.01 off the original price. However, the Dash Power bundle is 50 percent off for 24 hours in the US, UK, and Europe.

“Our goal is to share great technology with the world, which is why we price our devices reasonably throughout the year, so you don’t have to double-check the match. Say no to Black Friday price games,” said OnePlus.

The Google Pixel 2 may be in the news for all the wrong reasons, but that hasn’t stopped the company from adding new features. Google Pixel gets the ‘Smart Battery’ part to make better predictions. Smart Battery now makes it easier for Pixel users to diagnose battery loss. Google explained that previous Android smartphone battery life estimates were based on simple assumptions. With Smart Battery, Google Pixel, and Pixel 2, users see how battery life decreases over time. Pixel users can see the new battery predictions in Settings > Battery, showing personalized battery estimates. Michelle adds that it tells you the percentage of battery remaining and the number of hours the device will last.

Sony launches a new line of noise-canceling headphones in IndiaSony launches four new wireless headphones in India. The WH-1000XM2 and WH-H900N will be available on December 14, while the WF-1000X and WI-1000X are available now. The Sony WH-1000XM2 is Rs. 29,990 while the WH-H900N is Rs. 18,990, the WF-1000X price is Rs. 14,990, and the WI-1000X price is Rs 21,990. All wireless headphones are black, and the WH-1000MX2 is also gold.

Twitter begins testing ‘Bookmarks’ Save for later FeatureTwitter is testing a new feature called Bookmarks. It aims to help its users mark tweets private for later viewing.

“News from the #SaveForLater team! We’ve decided to call our feature ‘Bookmarks’ because that’s a common term for saving content, and it fits nicely with the names of the other functions in the navigation,” tweeted Tina Koyama, a product designer at Twitter.

The feature helps users maintain a private list of tweets they can reference at their convenience rather than using the heart button, which is publicly visible and could be misconstrued as “liking” or approving a tweet rather than bookmarking it to make for its later use.

Amazon workers strike Italian and German warehouses on Black Friday. While Indian retailers are slowly embracing the concept of Black Friday, Europe is seeing Amazon workers in Italy and Germany go on strike due to a breakdown in discussions about bonuses.

Unions said in a statement that more than 500 Amazon workers at the Piacenza site in northern Italy had agreed to a strike after failing to negotiate bonuses with the company.

Employees have also decided not to work overtime until December 31, as it covers the peak season for the online retailer that hires temporary workers during this period. Germany’s Verdi union said Amazon workers would also go on strike at six distribution centers on Friday as part of a long-running dispute over pay and conditions.

“The world’s largest online retailer wants to achieve record sales on this day, but employees shouldn’t just deliver record performance on this day so that everything runs the way Amazon wants it to,” said Stefanie Nutzenberger, Verdi board member.

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