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Samsung Galaxy: Galaxy S II and newer, Note to Galaxy S8/S8+S7/S7 edge, GS10, GS10+, GS10e, GS9, GS9+, GS8, GS8+, GS7, GS7 Edge, GS6, GS6 Edge/Edge+, GS5, GS4, Galaxy Note9, Galaxy Note8, Galaxy Note5, Galaxy Note4, Galaxy Note3.
Xiaomi: Hongmi1S, Hongmi Note, Mi4
Vivo: X3T, Y15S/T, Y11, X5/ X5L/X5 Pro, X6/X6 Plus
SHARP: AQUOS ZETA/Crystal, Smartphone for Junior, Disney Mobile on docomo, AQUOS Phone EX/Xx/xx mini/SERIE/ZETA/st/sv/si/SL/CL, NERV, PANTONE 5
RIM: BlackBerry Priv
PANTECH: Vega IRON2, Vega Secret
Panasonic: ELUGA P/X/Power, LUMIX Phone
OPPO: R815T/W, R811, R7/R7 Plus/R7s, Find7/Find7A
NEC: MEDIAS X/W/ES/U/LTE, Disney Mobile on docomo
Motorola: DROID RAZR MINI(M)/Razr HD/Razr Maxx, ATRIX III, Moto G, Moto X, Droid Turbo2/Maxx2/Mini
LG: Optimus G/G Pro/G2/G3/G4/LTE/4X HD/ LIFE/it/Vu/Vu2/L5 II/L5 II Dual/L7 II Dual/L9, Lucid 4G, G Flex, isai, isai VL, PRADA phone, Nexus 4/5, V10, Lancet, G Vista, Flex2
Kyocera: URBANO L02/03, DIGNO M/S, BASIO, Honey Bee, Disney Mobile, Brigadier
Huawei: T8951, C8813, Ascend/G510/G520/D2, Stream 201HW, A199(china), Honor 6/6+/7, P7, P8, P8 Lite, Mate7, Maimang4, Ascend Y300, Mate8
HTC: J, One/X/X+/S/SV/V/M8, Proto, Butterfly, Desire X/XC/500(506e), EVO 4G LTE, INFOBAR A02, ThunderBolt, One M9, Desire 526/612
Fujitsu: ARROWS NX/A/KISS/ef/Me/V/X LTE, Disney Mobile on docomo, ANTEPRIMA, REGZA Phone
Google: Pixel, Pixel 2
Lenovo: A789, S720, A798T
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The Redmi Note 7 series just surpassed 2 million shipments last week and on Monday, a new Redmi Note phone has been added into the mix.One of the major highlights of the Redmi Note 7S is its 48MP rear camera which is an upgrade from the 12MP snapper on the Note 7.Xiaomi Redmi 7S price and availabilityRedmi Note 7S starts at Rs 10,999 for the variant with 3GB of RAM and 32GB storage.There's a second variant with 4GB RAM and 64GB storage at Rs 12,999.The phone comes in three colours- black, blue and red.
Right after hitting the two million sales milestone in India, Xiaomi is launching yet another phone in the Redmi Note 7 series of phones.Slotting in between the entry level Note 7 and the top-end Note 7 Pro is the Redmi Note 7S.The Redmi Note 7S in India is the same phone as the global variant of the Redmi Note 7 and as such strikes a good balance between the photography capabilities of the Pro and the performance of the entry level version.The highlight feature here is, of course, the 48MP primary camera that is paired with a secondary 5MP shooter for capturing depth information.The global Redmi Note 7 used the 48MP Samsung GM1 sensor instead of a Sony IMX586 sensor as seen on the Note 7 Pro.We suspect that the Samsung sensor is used on the Note 7S, but we’re still waiting for confirmation that this is the case.
With the massively anticipated OnePlus 7 series now public, we decided to look back at the outgoing models to see just how well they stack up in 2019 (spoiler alert: they’re still top-notch!).However, there are some key advantages to the OnePlus 6 and 6T over cheaper models, advantages that show themselves even when the devices are over six months old.Sure, these panels don’t quite match the OnePlus 7 Pro’s QHD or even UHD displays we see on some smartphones, but they don’t have to, and they come bearing advantages.The use of AMOLED screens has given OnePlus a massive advantage over its 2019 mid-range competition.The perfect blacks and deep contrast immerse you in a way that LCD just cannot, especially in the dark and when watching dark content, where LCD gives off an unnatural glow.I tested PUBG Mobile and Real Racing 3 to try and get these things to trip but they’re still as smooth as butter, a testament to their solid software and hardware combination.
Back in the day, the company sold phones that were more on the budget side of the market, so it made sense that the handsets were missing premium features.Now, though, OnePlus is selling the OnePlus 7 Pro — the only model available in the U.S. — for between $669 and $749.At cost point, the handset is closer in price to premium flagships.For not much more money, customers could buy phones with IP ratings, wireless charging, and better cameras.Here are some of the best comments from last week’s poll explaining why they voted the way that they did:If I were to buy one of these phones it would be the 7 not the Pro, which is too much of a brick for my tastes.
China's largest company in the ranks Xiaomi your smartphone for India user for quite quite popular. But on the other hand, when the company's smart TV launch of Xiaomi's business in India is booming.Indeed, the company has extremely low prices good features with your smart TV sent down, is to the Indian consumers quite like coming. The TV industry in the Xiaomi's to come after some time in India some companies have their own TV for the price review also.That company is now making claims that he 14 months in 20 million Samsung LED TV sold. The company says that these A Your you in the record and the current time in a milestone like that the company has in 14 months. After the launch from the company in India, the TV market in the success.Reports according to Xiaomi's philosophy innovation for even and for Mi Fans for the best and innovative technologies and offers are prepared. Market research company IDC, Smart Home Device Tracker according to the report, Xiaomi India in three consecutive quarter-on-quarter No. 1 Smart TV brand.Let me tell you in India Xiaomi 8 different Samsung TV models sells. These Mi TV 4A 32 inches which is the price the price is 12,499 rupees, Samsung TV 4A Pro 43 inches – price is 21,999 Rs, Mi TV 4A Pro 32 inch – price-12,999 Rs, Mi TV 4A Pro 55-inch – price 39,999 Rs, Mi TV 4 Pro 55-inch – price 44,999 Rs, Mi TV 4A Pro 49 inches – price is 29,990 rupees, Samsung TV 4A 43 inches – price 22,999 Rs, Mi TV 4C Pro 32 inch price – 12,999 Rs.
This new generation of cellular networking technologies promises to usher in a world of better-than-gigabit downloads on mobile devices and enable next-generation autonomous vehicles, remote telemedicine and high-speed IoT devices.Verizon shipped its Samsung Galaxy S10 5G smartphone this week.Huawei, LG, Xiaomi and OnePlus have announced 5G smartphone handsets, as have many smaller Chinese handset makers.New networks are reported on Ookla’s Twitter feed as they go online.Unfortunately, both enterprise and consumer adoption is at risk.Here’s the problem: 5G uses millimeter wave technology, which involves high-frequency radio waves.
Dave Burke, Google vice president of engineering for Android, mentioned today on Twitter that scrolling screenshots are “in the hopper” for Android R.Nothing is concrete, since Burke also said the Android team can “hopefully” implement scrolling screenshots in Android R. That said, Android software engineer Dan Sadler joined the thread and accepted Burke’s challenge.It’s good to see Google taking a more concrete stance on scrolling screenshots.As a fireside chat during Google I/O 2019, Burke said the feature was a “good idea” and that there’s “no reason not to do it.” Another Android lead agreed, but said adding the scrolling screenshots feature wasn’t a high-priority feature.The announcement is also somewhat of an about-face, since Google said in April that the feature “will not be able to be considered at this time.”Because Google might bake scrolling screenshots into Android R, don’t expect to see the feature in Android Q. That’s not a problem if you own a smartphone from Huawei, LG, OnePlus, Samsung, or Xiaomi, since their phones have natively offered the feature for several years.
What happened: Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi’s consumer finance subsidiary, Xiaomi Finance, has appointed Cao Qiang as its new chief risk officer.Cao previously served a similar role at electronics appliance giant GOME’s financial services arm.Why it’s important: Chinese media previously reported that Chen Xi, the head of risk and credit and loan services at Xiaomi Finance, would be leaving his post to lead the company’s new virtual banking business in Hong Kong.Xiaomi set up Xiaomi Finance in 2015, though it is still small, contributing less than 1% of the company’s 2018 revenue.The subsidiary—which provides a range of financial services including payment, wealth management, loans, and insurance—accounted for nearly 14% of Xiaomi’s total assets as of March 2018.According to its prospectus, Xiaomi intends to spin off the financial subsidiary into an independent entity.
Samsung Electronics reportedly has a plan to fix its Galaxy Fold tablet-smartphone hybrid, after problems emerged with its cutting edge display.The South Korean electronics giant is also said to be hoping to set a release date of next month, after the device initial release was postponed days before its slated release date.Samsung had planned to put its $2,000 (£1,800) device on sale in the US on 26 April and in the UK on 3 May.But the decision to delay the launch came after early reviewers reported faults with the folding display, which halted media events for the device in the Far East,Samsung had announced the Galaxy Fold earlier this year and was under pressure to bring it to market ahead of rivals Huawei and Xiaomi.But in April, a number of reviewers found one or both halves of the folding screen began flickering and finally died after less than 48 hours of use.
Mobile developer Gameloft is ready to take its long-running racing franchise to esports.Today, the company announced that it’s hosting the first edition of its Asphalt esports series, which will run this summer and conclude at the Gamescom convention — the biggest game show in the world — this August in Germany.According to market researcher Newzoo, esports will be a $1.65 billion business by 2021.And mobile esports could help it get there.For the Asphalt esports series, Gameloft is partnering with competitive gaming company ESL to organize the tournament.It also struck a deal with Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi to make the Black Shark 2 phone the official gaming device of the competition.
The Redmi Note 7 series has pulled in big sales figures since launching earlier this year.The Xiaomi sub-brand isn’t stopping at these two phones though, as it’s teasing a Redmi Note 7S too.According to Xiaomi’s website and the Redmi India Twitter account, the new phone will be equipped with a 48MP rear camera.RedmiNote7S with a Super 48MP camera is coming on 20th May!Know more: https://t.co/KMvcxG1eHb 48MPForEveryone pic.twitter.com/G5YQt2mO6h— Redmi India (@RedmiIndia) May 16, 2019
May 16, 2019: The global precision agriculture market is expected to reach USD 43.4 billion by 2025, according to a new report by Grand View Research, Inc.Precision agriculture is a farming technique which enables the efficient farming and improves the productivity with the application of various technologies.The technology provides the sustainable management of the resources for enhancing the food productivity.The fingerprint sensing technology has become a widespread and reliable biometric technology, resulting in further developments of the technology.The rising popularity of the sensing technology has largely attributed to the increasing development of electronic devices, such as smartphones, with the growing demand for security.Download sample Copy of This Report at: https://www.radiantinsights.com/research/precision-agriculture-market/request-sample With the growing advancements in the technology, the penetration of these sensors is expected to increase, owing to the flagship smartphones to be equipped with the technology.The growth in the market is dominated by tier one players, which include Samsung, Apple, Huawei, and other existing Chinese brands, such as Xiaomi, LeTV, and OnePlus, offering affordable flagships.Mobile payments are expected to further fuel the penetration and availability of fingerprint authentication technology.Approximately, 50% of the smartphones are expected to be embedded with precision agriculture, as services, such as Android Pay, Apple Pay, and Samsung Pay, are gaining traction.Complete Report Available @ https://www.radiantinsights.com/research/precision-agriculture-market With the increasing trend of online retailing through mobile phones, mobile commerce is also projected to boost the sensing technology over the forecast period.
Xiaomi is by all accounts on a move with its Smartphone launches.While it is yet to report any Mi marked cell phone in India, it propelled the Redmi 7 series,The Redmi Note 7 Series and the Redmi Y3 in A Span of one Month.Redmi Note 7S to Launch in India On May 20.The Smartphone is confirmed to highlight double back cameras with a 48MP fundamental sensor.The Smartphone is in all likely the Redmi Note 7 that was launched in China with Samsung’s 48MP GM1 sensor.
US-China trade war pushes Apple and Samsung deeper into India – Nikkei Asian ReviewWhat happened: Apple and Samsung, two of the world’s largest smartphone makers, are deepening their dives into the Indian market as the escalating trade war puts pressure on their operations in the US and China.Nikkei cites a source who says that Apple is close to choosing a site for its first retail store in India.In addition, the company is planning to expand local manufacturing, which would allow the iPhone to avoid the 20% tariff.In a similar move, rivals such as Samsung and Xiaomi are also strengthening production capabilities and sales channels in the country.Why it’s important: India, with its population of 1.3 billion and relatively low smartphone market penetration of 36% in 2018, presents an opportunity for smartphone makers looking to expand beyond slowing markets such as the US and China.
It seems like every manufacturer has a 48MP smartphone this year, ranging from Huawei and Meizu to Samsung and Xiaomi.Motorola is the latest company to join the party with the Motorola One Vision.The new phone features a 48MP primary rear camera (Samsung GM-1, f/1.7 aperture, OIS) as well as a 5MP depth sensor.Motorola is also going with a high-resolution snapper on the front, offering a 25MP punch-hole camera.The manufacturer is also bringing a few camera tricks to the phone, including a Night Vision mode (its take on Night Sight and night mode), portrait lighting, and auto-smile capture.The Motorola One Vision is definitely a mid-range device when you look at the power-related specs.
Boosted is a company best known for its electric skateboards, but now it’s looking to offer a new mode of transportation to the masses: electric scooters.Bird and Lime already dominate that market, and Boosted says it’s looking to offer something more stable than a skateboard but more compact and economical than a car.The Rev can hit a top speed of 24mph and climb hills with a grade of up to 25 percent, making it a lot more powerful than most of the scooter-share options on the market.Boosted showed me the scooter in comparison to a Xiaomi scooter which has become quite popular with consumers.The most interesting thing about this scooter is how you operate it.Unlike most electric scooters, which require you to twist the handle forward or backward, the Rev uses a system extremely similar to their Boosted Board controller.
We know Xiaomi is set to introduce a new fitness tracker by the end of 2019, and the latest leaked renders seem to confirm it will be the first wearable from the company to have a color display.Previous Xiaomi Mi Band products have been limited to a black and white screen, but the latest from SlashLeaks suggests the next-gen wearable will introduce a splash of color.It also suggests the company will be using a capacitive button at the bottom of the display to power on the tracker, where a physical button has been used on previous devices.Will it hit our best fitness tracker list?The leaked images also show the fitness tracker running Xiaomi's own voice assistant called Xiao AI.That feature has yet to debut outside of China, so it may be the company is only including this feature for those in that market.
Now, the brand has teased a few details about this first high-end release.Xiaomi India head Manu Kumar Jain took to Twitter to congratulate OnePlus for its OnePlus 7 launch.But Jain added that the “flagship killer 2.0” was on the way.There’s a new flagship in town.Flagship Killer 2.0: coming soon..— Manu Kumar Jain (@manukumarjain) May 15, 2019
With Taiwan’s NCC certification agency already giving us a first look at the Xiaomi Mi Band 4, renders leaked today on Slashleaks give us a clearer look at the upcoming fitness tracker.The renders seemingly confirm that the upcoming Mi Band is the first in its line to feature a color display.It also looks like the Mi Band 4 features Xiao AI, Xiaomi’s virtual assistant that debuted in April 2018.Similar to Google Assistant, Xiao AI checks the weather, controls smart appliances, performs translations, and more.Lastly, the physical button on the Mi Band 3 is seemingly replaced by a capacitive button on the fourth iteration.Based on a previous report, the Mi Band 4 features Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity and a heart rate sensor that is likely a photoplethysmography (PPG) monitor.