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After announcing the vivo v7+, the Chinese OEM is back again with another Clearer Selfie offering, this time its the non-plus variant. The new smartphone is dubbed vivo V7 and comes with a 24 MP front camera, FullView display, and triple card slot for two nano-SIMs and one microSD.
Motorola has launched a new smartphone in India under the X-series - the Moto X4. It starts at Rs. 20,999 with attractive launch offers. Moto X4 falls right between the Moto G and Moto Z series, filling the big void in the mid-range segment.
OnePlus is all set to be unveiled on November 16, but before that happens, the usual round of leaks and live images are here to spoil the launch party. The latest set of images comes from ZDNet Germany publication.
If it isn't Pixel 2 XL, it's definitely iPhone X in the news for the wrong reasons. According to the latest report, the flagship offering from the Cupertino giant is facing screen issues in which the OLED panel gets unresponsive at low temperature. Even Apple has acknowledged the issue.
Nokia seems to be on the right track as far as the Android updates for their smartphones are concerned. After announcing the beta update last month for Nokia 8 buyers, the company has today revealed the testing is now over, and the official update will follow soon.
Flipkart has entered the smartphone foray with the launch of its first smartphone brand, Billion. And the retailers first offering is Billion Capture+. Flipkart says the brand is build around the Indian audience and will feature smartphones "Made in India".
Infinix Mobile, the Hong kong based smartphone maker which launched Hot 4 Pro and Note 4 in India couple of months ago, is all set to launch it's third device in the country. The launch event will take place in Dubai on November 14 with press invites sent already.
After launching the vivo v7+ two months ago in Champagne Gold and Midnight Black color variants, the company has announced a third variant today in Energetic Blue. This seems to be a common practice nowadays among most Chinese smartphone makers.