Xiaomi recently released a list of its phones destined to get the Android 7.0 update, but the Redmi Note 4 (Review) was mysteriously left out of that list. A Flipkart teaser for the Big Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 Sale on August 2 mentions the Android Nougat update coming “very soon” at the bottom of the banner. While Xiaomi’s spokesperson has not confirmed this, Gadgets 360 has learned that the Android Nougat builds for Redmi Note 4 are currently in beta.

The Redmi Note 4 was one of Xiaomi’s most popular models in India. To celebrate its 6th anniversary, Flipkart is organizing a special sale with offers such as a 40 percent value when the smartphone is redeemed within 6-8 months. Buyers of Redmi Note 4 can also avail of the EMI facility, and the “Buy Back Guarantee” for Rs. 249 for all variants of the phone.

Nokia 8 Copper Gold variant leaked in new images. Leaks for the upcoming Nokia 8 are pouring in; we have another shot of the Copper Gold version of the phone. The Nokia 8 smartphone, made by HMD Global, will be launched on August 16 at an event in London. The new phone has a dual rear camera with Carl Zeiss optics and will milikelyave a high-quality Qualcomm SoC. Romanian site Mobissimo. Ro also reports that Vodafone has offered the Nokia 8 in Romania for EUR 517.42 (approximately Rs. 38,900), slightly lower than the previously rumored price of EUR 589 (roughly Rs. 43,400).

In other Nokia news, Nokia 5 users are reporting a strange issue with their devices where they can’t access the Dolby Equalizer settings in certain music apps like Google Play Music or Spotify. HMD Global has since responded, confirming that it is working on a fix for the issue.

Snapdeal ends Flipkart acquisition talks Talks over Flipkart’s acquisition of Snapdeal that started in March. Still, before closing the business, Snapdeal called off its $950 million (more than Rs. 6,000 crores) acquisition, apparently due to the deal’s complexity. Deal. A company spokesperson added that it will now pursue “Snapdeal 2.0,” which is expected to help make Snapdeal “financially self-sufficient.”

Kunal Bahl, chief executive and founder of Snapdeal, sent a letter to Snapdeal employees on Monday encouraging them to pursue the bigger ambitions, saying: “We have a great team, millions of loyal customers, hundreds of thousands of motivated sellers, and a phenomenal platform. That was built with years of effort,” Bahl writes in the letter NDTV received.

Micromax launched Selfie 2 smartphone in India after being quietly on the company website last week; Micromax officially launched the Selfie 2 smartphone in India today. As you already know, the big highlight of the Micromax Selfie 2 is the front camera, the latest Android software, and the support for the fingerprint scanner on the back. Other specs include a 5.2-inch HD display, MediaTek quad-core SoC, and 3GB of RAM. The smartphone costs Rs. 9,999 and will be available in all major stores from August 1.

Apple’s iPhone 8 features spotted in the HomePod firmware Apple itself has left a clue as to what to expect in at least one of the iPhone models it plans to launch later this year. In its smart speaker, HomePod’s firmware is a face unlock feature for the iPhone that allows customers to get past the lock screen just by looking at the phone. The codebase also mentions an infrared camera, which could detect a user’s face in the dark. These references give more credibility to several previous reports suggesting Apple plans to remove the Touch ID fingerprint scanner on at least one of its upcoming iPhone models, possibly the iPhone 8.

A report said that Apple’s iTunes might finally get 4K HDR support as few UK users saw a 4K HDR listing for recently purchased movies. Some films such as Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them and Passengers showed copies of the film as 4K HDR, AppleInsider reported Saturday.

WhatsApp beta for Windows Phone tips new features Microsoft may have officially ended support for its Windows Phone operating system, but that doesn’t stop developers from continuing with app updates for the platform. WhatsApp beta for Windows Phone recently received an update that upgraded the version number to 2.17.234, along with features such as verified profiles of business users. WhatsApp’s beta update also won’t allow users to add a “tick” before their name in the app, which is speculated to have been done to avoid confusion about the companies’ authenticity in the future.

OnePlus 5 ’emergency call bug’ fix reportedly introduces a new issue OnePlus recently fixed an issue that caused the OnePlus 5 (Review) to reboot when a user calls ‘911’, the emergency hotline for US police. However, according to several users on the company’s official forum, the recent fix would have a detrimental effect on battery life. Some users have complained that their smartphone loses about 20-25 percent battery during the night while in idle mode, even when the sleep mode is turned on. The company has not yet commented on this new matter.

Broadcom Wi-Fi chip flaw threatens 1 billion smartphones. Broadcom is one of the largest suppliers of components that go into your smartphone, and a newly found bug in its Wi-Fi chip could leave about a billion phones vulnerable to attack. Nitay Artenstein of Exodus Intelligence revealed and demonstrated a critical flaw in the chip that allowed the hacker to access execution on smartphones remotely. Fortunately, Google and Apple fixed the bug before anyone could take advantage of this exploit, but devices that haven’t been updated are still at risk.

Facebook shuts down the AI system after bots invented their language Days after Tesla CEO Elon Musk said Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg’s understanding of artificial intelligence (AI) was limited, the social media company has reportedly shut down one of its AI systems because “things got out of hand”. The AI ​​bots created their language from scratch and without human intervention, forcing Facebook to shut down the AI ​​system. The AI ​​bots’ move to create and interact with the new language defied the codes provided and already scared?

Apple paid Nokia $2 billion as part of a patent lawsuit. After a patent dispute that escalated between Nokia and Apple in December last ye,r; Apple has paid Nokia $2 billion (about Rs. 12,818 crores) in cash as part of the settlement terms. According to a report in TechCrunch on Friday, Nokia won’t get $2 billion every quarter — this was a one-time catch-up, and Nokia hasn’t said what it plans to do with all this money.

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