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Nokia 8 launched in India; goes on sale starting October 14


After launching three budget and mid-range smartphones, HMD Global finally launched the long anticipated, Nokia 8, the company’s first flagship smartphone in India.

The Nokia 8 is company’s first smartphone to sport imaging setup from Zeiss as well as audio experience by OZO Audio. OZO Audio is found in 360-degree VR cameras used in Hollywood, and is a first for mobile. It features multiple microphones to capture high dynamic range and record binaural audio, which gives the videos high-fidelity stereo sound.

It packs in a dual 13 MP rear camera setup that combines a color and monochrome sensor, shots from which are combined into a single shot with greater contrast. The front 13 MP front camera includes auto-focus and actually utilizes the same camera module as the rear configuration. There’s also the first ever ‘Dual-sight Live’ feature that allows you to simultaneously shoot/record/broadcast from front and rear cameras, a feature that the company calls ‘Bothie’.

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Hands-on with the Nokia 8

August 16, 2017

Nokia 8 Specifications

Operating System: Android 7.1.1 Nougat | Android Oreo ‘coming soon’
Display: 5.3-inch Quad HD (2560 x 1440) IPS LCD | 554 ppi | 700 nits | 2.5D Corning Glass
Processor: Snapdragon 835 MSM8998 (4 x 2.45 GHz Qualcomm Kryo + 4 x 1.8 GHz Kryo) | Adreno 540 GPU
RAM: 4 GB
Internal Storage: 64 GB; expandable up to 256 GB with microSD card
Rear camera: 13 MP (Color + OIS) + 13 MP (Mono) with ZEISS optics | 1.12 μm | f/2.0 aperture | 76.9-degree view | PDAF | Dual-tone flash
Front camera: 13 MP | PDAF | 1.12 μm | f/2.0 aperture | 78.4-degree view | Display flash
Battery: 3,090 mAh | Quick Charge 3.0
Dimensions: 151.5 x 73.7 x 7.9 mm
Weight: 160 g

Priced at ₹36,999 ($ 566), the Nokia 8 is available in four color variants – Polished Blue, Polished Copper, Tempered Blue, and Steel (Three at the time of launch, and the copper one would be available after a few weeks). The device will go on sale in offline stores and online on Amazon.in starting October 16.

What do you think of the Nokia 8, and it’s pricing? Tell us in the comments!

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Moto C Plus with 4,000 mAh will cost Rs. 6,999 in India


Update, June 19: Motorola today revealed the price and release date of the Moto C Plus in India. The device will sell for Rs. 6,999, which puts it on a collision course with Xiaomi’s popular Redmi 4. The Moto C Plus will be exclusively sold through Flipkart, starting tomorrow June 20 at 12PM IST. Early customers will be able to pick up a Motorola headset at a reduced price, while Reliance Jio Prime subscribers will get 30GB of extra data for free.

Original post, June 16: India has been one of Motorola’s strongest markets over the last years, thanks in large part to the attractive budget devices the Lenovo-owned manufacturer has released here. Now the company hopes to continue this good record with the launch of the Moto C Plus, launching in India on Monday.

The Moto C Plus is the beefier of the two entry-level phones that Motorola introduced last month, the other being the Moto C. The Moto C Plus shines when it comes to battery life, thanks to the 4,000 mAh battery and relatively frugal components like a 5-inch HD display and a MediaTek MT6737 processor. While we’ve seen other phones with batteries of 4,000 mAh or more, they’ve typically been phablets. The 5-inch Moto C Plus bucks this trend, and we’re really excited to see how it fares in real life use.

Other specs include either 1GB or 2GB of RAM, 16GB of expendable storage, an 8MP rear camera, and a 2MP front camera.

Motorola revealed the C Plus will be exclusively sold through Flipkart at launch, but the price will only be announced on June 19.

The Moto C Plus will fight off fierce competition from the likes of Xiaomi, Yu, and even Nokia/HMD, which recently released its trio of Android phones in India. That includes the Nokia 3, a direct threat to the Moto C Plus. For more options under Rs. 10,000, check out our roundup of the best affordable smartphones available in India.

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Report: India to overtake the US as the second largest smartphone market by 2019


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China is currently the largest smartphone market in the world, followed by the US, but it looks like things will change in the future. According to a report by Statista, in two years time, India may surpass the US to become the second largest smartphone market in the world.

India is anticipated to grab almost 15 percent of the world’s smartphone market share, while the US will drop down to third place with a market share of 10 percent. China, which currently has a 31 percent market share, is expected to remain number one.

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The possibility that India could surpass the US in terms of the number of smartphone users has been predicted for a while now. The demand for smartphones has been increasing in the country, thanks to affordable devices from Chinese companies including Oppo, Vivo, and Xiaomi, just to name a few. Further, the population of India (well over 1 billion) is far larger than the population of the US (around 320 million), which is obviously an important factor.

In addition to India, the demand for smartphones is also expected to increase in other emerging markets like Brazil, for example. That’s why more and more manufacturers are trying to increase their presence in these markets. Xiaomi, for example, has opened a second factory in India, said to be capable of producing one smartphone per second during operational hours. Samsung also sees a bright future in India and has recently announced its plan to double the size of its existing production plant in the country.

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OnePlus 3T can now be purchased directly from OnePlus in India


For the last two years, OnePlus has been selling its devices exclusively on Amazon in India. That has now changed, as you’re also able to buy the OnePlus 3T on the company’s own online store. The price of the device remains the same, meaning you’ll have to dish out Rs. 29,999 for the 64GB model, while the 128GB version will set you back Rs. 34,999.

However, to kick off the launch of its online store in India, OnePlus is offering a free protective case to customers who order the 3T.

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Additionally, OnePlus also launched a contest with the help of well known Bollywood legend, Amitabh Bachchan. Participants of the contest have to complete certain tasks every week to accumulate points that could help them win the main prize of 1 crore.

The OnePlus 3T has been selling quite well on the Indian market, mainly because of its great price-performance ratio. The device features a 5.5-inch 1080p display and is powered by the Snapdragon 821 chipset. It has 6GB of RAM and is equipped with two 16MP cameras (front and back), a 3,400mAh battery, and a front-mounted fingerprint sensor.

It can be yours in either the Gunmetal or Soft Gold color option. But keep in mind that the latter is only available for the 64GB version of the device. To get the device or enter the contest, click on a button below.

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Update: HTC U Ultra is now on sale in India


Update, March 6: As anticipated, the HTC U Ultra (dual-SIM) has become available in India today, though only two of the promised four color options – Blue and Black – can be had for now. The only storage option available is 64GB and the phone comes bundled with HTC’s USonic earphones. You also get a year of damage insurance and other perks you can read about below. The Rs. 59,990 price tag is hardly competitive, but if you’re a fan of the Ultra’s glass design, click on the button below to to buy it from the HTC India store.

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Meanwhile, you can expect the more affordable HTC U Play to start selling around March 15.


Original post, February 21: We got our first good look at HTC’s new U Ultra and U Play devices back in January, and now both phones are making their debut in India.

If you’ve been waiting to get your hands on the higher-end U Ultra, the phone will go on sale Monday, March 6 in Sapphire Blue, Brilliant Black, Cosmetic Pink and Ice White color variants for ₹59,990 (~$ 895). The U Play will launch sometime in mid-March in all four color options for ₹39,990 (~$ 597).

HTC is also bundling a 1-year insurance policy with each purchase that covers liquid and any physical damage. Plus, customers who buy with a Standard Chartered credit or debit card will be eligible for 7.5-percent cash back, provided they purchase their devices between Monday, March 6 and Wednesday, May 31.

Both the U Ultra and U Play in India will sport 4GB of RAM, 64GB of storage and expandable storage up to 2TB

Both the U Ultra and U Play in India will sport 4GB of RAM, 64GB of on-board storage and expandable storage up to 2TB. Unfortunately the U Ultra variant with 128GB of storage isn’t headed to India, so users will need to utilize the SD card slot if they need more than 64GB of storage.

As a refresher, the U Ultra comes with a 5.7-inch Quad HD display, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 processor, a 12MP rear camera, a fingerprint sensor on the front, as well as a 3,000mAh battery. Compared to other devices with similar specs, such as the Pixel XL, the U Ultra is priced pretty competitively, as the Google device will set you back ₹67,000 (~$ 1,000).

The U Play sports 5.2-inch 1080p display, a MediaTek Helio P10 CPU, a 16MP rear camera and a front-mounted fingerprint sensor. When it comes to pricing, the U Play is actually quite expensive compared to the OnePlus 3T in India. The 3T, with its powerful Snapdragon 821 processor, costs just ₹29,999 (~$ 448).

Next: HTC U Ultra versus the competition

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OnePlus 3 exchange offer in India can get you a discount of up to 100%


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Taking a leaf out of the multitude of exchange offers available for Indian smartphone buyers across sales on Amazon India, Flipkart, and other e-commerce platforms, Chinese upstart OnePlus has also jumped on the exchange bandwagon. The company has announced an upgrade program which will allow you to turn in your old smartphone for the newly-launched OnePlus 3 and get a discount of as much as 100%.

With the OnePlus 3, the Chinese smartphone maker has certainly come a long way since the launch of their first smartphone, the OnePlus One, back in 2014. Its powerful features like the massive 6GB RAM, Snapdragon 820 processor, 64GB ROM, and the quick charging ‘Dash Charge’ technology ensure that the OnePlus 3 still gets to give other more expensive flagships a run for their money.

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It’s now also much easier to get your hands on the OnePlus 3 because you no longer need an invite, unlike in the case of its predecessors. After being recently launched in India, the OnePlus 3 became available for purchase exclusively on Amazon India where it currently sells for Rs 27,999 (~$ 420).

If paying a midrange price for a flagship device still doesn’t appeal to you, OnePlus is now sweetening the deal by offering an exchange program so that you can swap your old smartphone and upgrade to the new OnePlus 3. Starting today, you can return any old smartphone and get a discount of up to 100% of the value of OnePlus 3. The exact amount of the cashback will depend upon the condition of your old smartphone, which will be evaluated and approved by the company’s program partner, Cashify.

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If you want to upgrade to the OnePlus 3 using the exchange offer, you’ll first need to visit Cashify’s webpage to check the replacement value of your old smartphone. Next, you’ll have to purchase the OnePlus 3 from Amazon India and take down the order ID. Finally, you can accept the T&C on Amazon India, after which you’ll be redirected to the Cashify page where you’ll have to input key details of your old smartphone, check your pin code serviceability, and confirm the buyback price and pickup time for your device.

A Cashify representative will then visit you at your submitted address, and pay for your old smartphone after examining the condition of the device. The upgrade offer is available in selected Indian cities of Delhi, Noida, Gurgaon, Pune, Faridabad, Bangalore, Ghaziabad, Hyderabad, Secunderabad, Mumbai, Chennai, Jaipur, Chandigarh, Kolkata, Lucknow, and Ahmedabad.

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The exchange offer could be a sign that OnePlus is feeling the heat from other Chinese manufacturers in the Indian market, with budget-conscious Indian consumers warming up to smartphones from OEMs like Xiaomi, Lenovo, OPPO, Vivo, Huawei, Gionee, and LeEco. Even as Chinese smartphone companies slug it out in the Indian market by throwing in more offers and discounts, Indian consumers are obviously happy to get a bigger bang for their buck.

Do you plan to exchange your old smartphone and upgrade to the new OnePlus 3? Let us know in the comments below!

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Samsung Galaxy Note 5 possibly heading to India


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Samsung seemed to have upset a few of its customers when it announced that the Galaxy Note 5 wouldn’t be launching in every region right away, but Indian consumers may be a little luckier. SamMobile has come across some test firmware for an Indian version of the handset with a build date created recently in August.

The build, version number N920GDDU1AOH2 (where H is apparently for August), is said to still be a work in progress for the Galaxy Note 5. However, the fact that development is still ongoing is a promising sign that Samsung may be planning to launch the device in India sometime soon. The country was not mentioned on the official list of launch regions, and Samsung decline to confirm or deny the rumor, so make of this what you will.

A similar work in progress build has previously been spotted for Europe, but it was last updated back in June, suggesting that development has been paused, at least for now. This certainly doesn’t mean that a European launch won’t happen at some point, but it likely won’t take place before any Indian launch.

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Although Samsung’s decision not to globally launch the Note 5 may be infuriating for some potential customers, Samsung apparently misjudged and struggled to meet demand for its smaller S6 Edge display earlier in the year. Perhaps this is Samsung’s way of keeping tighter control over its display supply this time around?

Do you think that the Galaxy Note 5 would go down well in India?

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OnePlus One will continue to receive Cyanogen OTA updates in India


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OnePlus has certainly had a difficult time selling its flagship One handset in India over the past few months. If you can recall back to October, Cyanogen made an exclusive agreement with Micromax, preventing any other company from selling Cyanogen-powered devices in India, including OnePlus. Cyanogen had a global licensing deal with OnePlus, but the Micromax deal took precedence over it. Then in December, the ban was lifted, and OnePlus was, once again, able to sell the One in India.

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It looks like all legal troubles between these companies have finally subsided, because today, OnePlus announced that OnePlus One owners in India who are running Cyanogen OS will continue to receive OTA updates from here on out. The company explains:

…we are happy to confirm today that all legal proceedings have been resolved and the cases have been withdrawn through mutual consent. We hate donning suits and ties anyways. To make things sweeter, we would like to re-assure our customers and fans in India that our flagship phone, the “OnePlus One” will continue to receive OTA updates from Cyanogen in-line with our users in markets around the world.

OnePlus has also recently created its own Android-based ROM, OxygenOS. The OS replacement provides a stable, customizable experience for users looking for an alternative to Cyanogen.

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