Monthly Archives: July 2018

Samsung Galaxy J8 Review | NDTV Gadgets360.com

Samsung has been in the smartphone race longer than most of its competitors. Naturally, the brand has a lot of recognition in India, such that people eagerly wait for each of its new phone announcements. One such smartphone is the Samsung Galaxy J8, which was launched recently in the sub-Rs. 20,000 segment. With the Galaxy

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Xiaomi Mi 8 Explorer Edition ‘Transparent’ Back Doesn’t Actually Show Its Internals: Report

Xiaomi Mi 8 Explorer Edition, one of the three versions of the company’s latest flagship, gained some popularity following the formal launch in May – thanks to its “transparent” back. But it was later reported that the exposed circuit board was just a sticker. And now, it has been spotted that the Chinese company has

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Huawei First-Half Revenue Up 15 Percent as Smartphone Market Share Rises in China

Huawei Technologies Co Ltd posted a 15 percent rise in first-half revenue, with industry data showing market share gains at home for the smartphone maker that has been largely shut out of the US market over security concerns. The world’s third-largest smartphone maker said on Tuesday revenue rose to CNY 325.7 billion ($47.7 billion) for the

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Xiaomi Mi A2 Will Be an Amazon Exclusive, Listing Page Reiterates August 8 India Launch

Xiaomi Mi A2, scheduled to launch in India on August 8, will be an Amazon-exclusive smartphone. The online marketplace is running a teaser page for the smartphone confirming the launch date. However, the Mi A2 price in India is not known yet. Launched in Spain earlier in July, the smartphone is a follow-up to last year’s

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Did Jeff Bezos Just Hint at Amazon’s Plans for an Alexa-Based Home Robot?

Did Jeff Bezos’s kids really use blue painters’ tape to attach an Amazon Echo speaker to a robot vacuum cleaner? Or was his Instagram post on Monday just a teaser for his company’s next device? The Amazon chief executive officer and world’s wealthiest man took to the photo-sharing app to post the image along with

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AMD B450 Chipset Announced for Mid-Range Ryzen PCs; Asus, Gigabyte Models Already Available

Following the launch of its high-end X470 platform controller earlier this year, AMD has just released a mid-range counterpart, the B450. This chipset will support a wide range of AMD processors, including the current and previous-generation Ryzen 7, Ryzen 5 and Ryzen 3 models, Ryzen APUs, and also legacy Athlon and legacy A-series CPUs designed for Socket

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YouTube Starts Supporting Square, Vertical Videos on Desktop Through Dynamic Player

YouTube has added a dynamic video player to its desktop version. With the latest development, YouTube on desktops has started supporting square and vertical videos. The new player also dynamically supports videos with an aspect ratio other than the traditional 16:9 ratio. YouTube for iOS received an update in December last year with a dynamic

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Huawei Mate 20 Pro Tipped to Sport Large Display, Triple Cameras, In-Display Fingerprint Scanner

Photo Credit: Weibo Huawei Mate 20 Pro Leaked Image Huawei is now gearing up to launch its new phones in the Mate series, presumably sometime in October, and leaks in June suggested large displays. Now, more information on specs and an image of the Huawei Mate 20 Pro has leaked online. The Huawei Mate 20

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iBall Aasaan 4 Feature Phone Launched for the Elderly

Domestic consumer electronics company iBall on Tuesday launched the Aasaan 4 feature phone, which is targeted at senior citizens, for Rs. 3,499 in India. With a big keypad, enhanced audio, bigger on-screen fonts, emergency alert support and mobile tracking function, the new version of the dual SIM Aasaan 4 phone sports a 2.31-inch display and

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Google Details Display Notch Guidelines for Developers and Manufacturers

As Android P official launch nears, Google has released guidelines for developers updating their apps to support the notch, or as Google calls it, the “display cutout”. Google has also released details of what developers can expect from OEMs manufacturing smartphones with display cutouts. This comes due to the new display notch trend that has

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