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Arrow Launcher

Microsoft has just pushed an update for its Arrow Launcher on the android platform. The latest update brings new customization features to the launcher app. "Customize the icon and name of individual app – Just long press on any app to change it," the change-log for the update explains.

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Redmi Note 4 Launched in India, Starting at Just Rs.9,999

Xiaomi has finally introduced the Redmi Note 4 in India. The Indian variant of Note 4 comes with Snapgragon 625 chipset opposed to Helio X20 in China. Redmi Note 4 has been priced pretty competitively like the Note 3 and starts at just Rs.10,999.

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Lenovo Z2 Plus slashed to 14999 INR, Should you buy it

Lenovo Z2 Plus has just received a price cut of up to Rs.3000 in India, and is now available on Flipkart too. The smartphone comes in two variants - 3GB RAM & 32 GB ROM and 4 GB RAM & 64 GB. While the first one is selling for Rs.14,999, the latter one costs Rs.17,999.

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HTC U Play announced with 5.2-Inch Full HD Display

Alongside the HTC U Ultra, HTC also unearthed the HTC U Play. While the former is a 5.7-Inch monster phablet, HTC U Play sports a compact frame. It supports a 5.2-Inch Full HD display with 1080p resolution along with HTC Sense Companion

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