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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

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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Huawei’s back-to-school sale begins


The back to school season is in full-swing and Huawei is getting in on things with its own back-to-school campaign. In this promotion, Huawei is aiming to give three great options for students in need of a smartwatch or fitness tracker.

Up for sale is the Huawei Fit, Watch 2 Sport, and Watch 2 Classic. The first of these devices will be $ 60 off, while the latter two are $ 40 off. As for where you can find it?

Best Buy promotion

While a number of stores will offer up the three devices on sale, Best Buy’s promotion with Huawei kicks of a bit earlier than the rest, and even better, it has even steeper discounts at $ 60 off for the Huawei Fit and $ 50 off for the Watch 2 Sport and Watch 2 Classic. The only catch is the steeper discount pricing only lasts from the 19th to 21st. From the 22nd to the 26th Best Buy’s discounts will be in line with the other retailers.

Other retailers

In addition to Best Buy, Huawei is also working with the following retailers: Target, Walmart, Amazon, NewEgg, and B&H. The sale through these retailers kicks off 8/20 and ends 8/26.

Huawei Fit for $ 69.99

Watch 2 Sport for $ 299.99

Watch 2 Classic for $ 379.79

We’ll be sure to update you with any other sales details from Huawei, as they hit.

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Deal: Xiaomi smartphones, tablets, and other products on sale (up to 60% off)


GearBest, one of the biggest Chinese online retailers that ships worldwide, is having a mid-year sale on Xiaomi products. Right now you can save up to 60 percent on a number of items including smartphones, tablets, headphones, cameras, and more.

The Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 smartphone, for example, can be yours for $ 157.99, 18 percent off its normal price. You can also pick up the Mi Mix with its bezel-less design for just $ 665.69 (11 percent off), while the Mi Note 2 is available for $ 487.69 (8 percent off), and the already affordable Redmi 4A is currently going for $ 94.99 (22 percent off).

Then there’s the company’s flagship device, the Mi 6, that you can get for $ 429.99 (28 percent off) or its predecessor, the Mi 5, which GearBest is selling for $ 222.99 (40 percent off).

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Xiaomi Mi 6 review

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In addition to smartphones, there are a bunch of other great deals available too. The Xiaomi Mi Pad 3 tablet is available for $ 223.99 (27 percent off), the Mi Band 2 can be yours for $ 22.99 (21 percent off), while the PLAY2 3D VR headset is priced at $ 20.99 (30 percent off).

There are a lot more deals to choose from, far too many to list in this short post. If you’re interested in checking them out, the best thing to do is visit GearBest’s website via the button below.

Please do keep in mind that the vast majority of items on sale are shipped from China, which means that you might have to pay import fees and other charges depending on where you live. This can really increase the final price of a product, so do make sure you check your local obligations before making a purchase.

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Deal: Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 available for $499.99 ($100-off), keyboard cover also on sale


The Samsung Galaxy Tab S3, which was announced at MWC 2017 back in February, is currently on sale. You can get $ 100 off the tablet or a little bit more depending on where you buy it. Amazon is offering the best deal, as it’s selling it for exactly $ 491.22, but you can also get the device, which normally retails for $ 599.99, from Samsung and Best Buy for $ 499.99.

Additionally, all three retailers are offering a big discount on the keyboard cover for the Galaxy Tab S3. The regular price is $ 129.99, but you can get your hands on it for $ 64.99 during the sale. This means you can get the tablet and the keyboard cover for as low as $ 556.21, which is $ 173.77 off the regular retail price — $ 729.98.

The high-end device can be yours in either the silver or black color option and will be shipped to your address for free. As a refresher, the Galaxy Tab S3 sports a 9.7-inch Super AMOLED display with a resolution of 2,048 x 1,536 pixels. You’ll find the Snapdragon 820 chipset under the hood along with 4 GB of RAM. There’s 32 GB of storage available, which you are able to expand for an additional 256 GB with a microSD card.

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The tablet features a 13 MP primary camera with an f/1.9 aperture, autofocus, and LED flash and is also equipped with a selfie snapper that has a 5 MP sensor. It packs a 6,000 mAh battery, has quad speakers, and runs Android 7.0 Nougat with Samsung’s custom user interface on top. Also, the popular S Pen is included in the retail box. To learn more, check out our review of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S3.

Those of you interested can order the Galaxy Tab S3 via a button below. According to Samsung’s website, it is available until June 17.

And if you’re looking for a high-end tablet that’s a little bit more affordable than the Galaxy Tab S3, Samsung and Best Buy are also offering the Galaxy Tab S2 (9.7-inch model) for $ 399.99, which is $ 100 off its list price.

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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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UPDATE: Sold Out! Nexus 6P Special Gold Edition now on sale in Japan


Update – Sold Out

And…it’s gone. Within just hours of sending “Wish List” confirmation emails, the Google Store is no longer listing the Nexus 6P Special Edition as in stock. In fact, it’s actually reverted to the pre-sale “Add to Wishlist” page on mobile devices. On a standard computer the following page appears however:

Nexus 6P Special Edition Out of Stock

The page specifies that the device is currently out of stock and allows customers to add (or remove) themselves from the wish list. For reference said list is not an actual reservation, rather just eligibility to receive an e-mail when the device is in stock.

It’s likely that as Google made a special site for the Special Edition, it doesn’t have an “Out of Stock” page to fall back on should customers check on a mobile device. SoftBank Mobile, meanwhile, is listing the Gold color as in stock.

The question now is when the Gold 6P will be restocked. Given that SoftBank is carrying it as a standard color, presumably the answer is sometime in the near future.

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Nexus 6P Special Edition in stock

The Japan-exclusive Gold Nexus 6P variant is now available.

After several months of waiting, the Gold colored “Nexus 6P Special Edition” is now available from the Google Store here in Japan, as well as SoftBank Mobile, the exclusive carrier of the Huawei handset. The phone was originally announced at the Nexus media event back in September, after having been rumored and leaked as a color option in the days and weeks prior to it.

Originally given a release date estimate of “late November”, the device has released 12 days after the start of December. It is unknown as to what caused the delay; it could have been a logistics issue, or it could have been quality control problems related to the limited production of a specific color variant.

Nexus 6P

At the moment, it is unclear as to how long the Nexus 6P Special Edition will be produced. While all signs point to it being a standard model for the Japanese market – just with an alternative name to denote its exclusivity – there is the possibility that it will only be produced for a set period of time. Likewise, it is unknown as to if or when this color variant will be released in other countries; many have already expressed confusion as to why Japan is the sole recipient of the Gold shade, especially given the  more significant appeal the color choice has outside of the country, in Asia.

The Nexus 6P Special Edition is available in a 64GB configuration only, and retails for the same 80,800 yen ($ 665) as the standard 64GB models. There is absolutely no difference whatsoever with respect to the device’s internals; the “special” element refers solely the color.

For those seeking to import

Softbank Nexus 6P Special Edition

Given the nature of the global market, it is likely only a matter of days, if not hours, before sellers on channels such as eBay begin to offer the device. It would not be surprising to see individuals seeking to make a major mark-up, charging in excess of $ 1000, perhaps even $ 1500, or $ 2000 for the product.

For those who may seek to purchase it, please be aware that SoftBank Mobile does not unlock devices, and thus unless a special exception has been made for this product, a SoftBank Nexus 6P will only work with a SoftBank SIM card. It is therefore imperative that only Google Store variants be purchased. Unfortunately as the packaging for Nexus devices this year in Japan, be they carrier or direct sales, are indistinguishable, the burden of trust will thus be placed on the seller.

How to verify the IMEI status

SoftBank IMEI verification

SoftBank’s network verification status IMEI check.

There is one way to check however. Similar to the ESN system used in the United States, SoftBank (as well as other carriers) has a database that allows owners to check on the payment status of their phone. By entering the IMEI number here, one of four possible symbols will appear: a “CIRCLE” which indicates the device has been paid off, a “TRIANGLE” which indicates the device is under an installment plan and therefore not paid off, and an “X” which means the device has yet to be registered on the network. If a “MINUS” appears however, it means that the device is NOT listed in a Japanese carrier database.

Testing a Taiwanese HTC One A9 and a Google Store Japan LG Nexus 5 in the system yielded a (-) “MINUS” which makes sense as neither device is sold by a Japanese carrier. By this same account, a Google Store variant of the Nexus 6P should also turn up as a “MINUS” thus to those importing, it is recommended you request the device IMEI and enter it into the above link to verify the “MINUS” result.

Wrap Up

Is anyone interested in the Nexus 6P Special Edition? Are you angry that Google has ignored your country with such a smartphone? Surprised by the price tag? Leave us your comments below and let us know!


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Nexus Player back on sale through Google Play


Nexus Player TV

Shortly after first setting the Nexus Player live for pre-orders on Google Play’s website, the Android TV device’s status read “out of inventory”. As it turned out, Google wasn’t really out of stock so soon, instead it had yet to receive full approval from the FCC for the sale of the device. Without the approval, Google couldn’t legally sell the unit and so it took it down from presale. Thankfully, the Nexus Player has now successfully passed through the FCC over the weekend and is back up for pre-order, with a shipping target of 3 to 4 weeks.

As before, the device is $ 99 but you’ll also need a $ 40 game controller if you want to take full advantage of the gaming aspects of the hardware. Unfortunately, the controller is currently listed as “Out of Inventory” on Google play with no word as to when they’ll get more controllers in stock.

For those that haven’t decided whether or not the Nexus Player is right for them, they’ll want to check out our original announcement post for more details. So how about it, did you order to the Nexus Player or not?

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