Saturday, 23 Mar 2019

LG Stylo 4 With 18:9 Display Stylus Pen

LG Stylo 4 has been launched in the US. The new smartphone, which comes as a successor to the LG Stylo 3 Plus that debuted in May last year, is available for purchase via MetroPCS. It comes with a built-in stylus pen and has preloaded features such as Screen off Memo and GIF Capture. The smartphone is also powered by […]

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Samsung Galaxy S10 Concept Image Tips Bezel-Less Display

Samsung will celebrate ten years of its Galaxy S-Series next year, and the entire tech world is expecting something big with the Samsung Galaxy S10. Just like Apple released the iPhone X, Samsung is expected to make a grand announcement with the Galaxy S-Series launch next year. We expect some revolutionary features on the Galaxy S10, and a fresh concept […]

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Google Pixel 2 Pixel 2 XL Available With Down Payment Starting

Airtel has announced that it will sell the Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL via its online store. While the handsets are available across various channels, Airtel has introduced the two smartphones on its online store with down payment options along with bundled monthly plans. Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL were launched in India in November 2017. Since then, […]

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Sony Xperia XZ3 With 18:9 Display Snapdragon 845 SoC Spotted on GFXBench

Just days after specifications and features of the smartphone were leaked online, Sony Xperia XZ3 has been spotted on certification portal GFXBench. Interestingly enough, the listing suggests this upcoming Sony smartphone will run Android 9.0 (Android P), which means the phone will be launched only after a public release for the software is issued by Google. It may also be […]

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Xiaomi Lowers Target as It Kicks Off IPO

Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi kicked off its initial public offering Thursday but the firm is likely to pull in about $6.1 billion (roughly Rs. 41,600 crores), far less than originally expected, with investors having mixed views about its main business. Xiaomi had hoped to raise $10 billion (roughly Rs. 68,000 crores) with the Hong Kong IPO, making […]

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